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Bi-State Program, Additional Reports. The Health of the River 1990 - 1996 Integrated Technical Report.

08.17.12

Tetra Tech May 20, 1996 The Health of the River 1990-1996 Integrated Technical ReportLower Columbia River Bi-State Water Quality Program Bacteria Studies Sept-Oct 1992, Nov-Dec 1992 Washington Department of Ecology.

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Lower Columbia River Restoration Prioritization Framework

11.01.12

The Restoration Prioritization Framework was designed as a decision-making tool for the Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership, to help identify the highest priority sites for restoration. This report describes the concept for developing the Tier 1 impact assessment, or 'disturbance scores' for the lower Columbia River floodplain. The 'Tier 1' terminology is no longer being applied in the greater Habitat Restoration Strategy, with the data set now referred to as simply the 'Landscape Disturbance' model. The GIS based data set was developed by the Battelle Pacific Northwest National

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Lower Columbia River and Estuary Restoration Reference Site Study: 2011 Post-study Restoration Analysis

11.01.12

The research presented in this report is part of the regional habitat restoration program in the lower Columbia River and estuary (LCRE). As part of this program, we have established a suite of reference sites to help meet the goal of understanding and restoring wetland habitat. The data collected at these reference sites from 2005 through the present were analyzed in this study to meet two primary objectives: 1) to inform restoration planning and design by quantifying the ecological and hydrological conditions necessary for development of wetland plant communities and tidal channel networks

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2010 Land Cover Project Final Report

11.01.12

The Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership recently completed a high resolution land cover classification map for the Lower Columbia River and Estuary. The classification was done by the Sanborn Map Company, and incorporated recent (2009) aerial imagery, LiDAR, LandSAT and other supporting data sets. Additional support for this project was provided by the NOAA Coastal Services Center Coastal Change Analysis Program (C-CAP). Image classification utilized an innovative high resolution, image segmentation and object based approach that has been refined by Sanborn. The chosen classification

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1999 Management Plan

11.05.12

The complete 1999 Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan consists of three volumes.Volume 1:Management Plan for the Lower Columbia RiverVolume 2: Aquatic Ecosystem Monitoring Strategy for the Lower Columbia River; Information Management StrategyVolume 3:Base Program Analysis and Inventory; Federal Consistency ReportVolume 1 and Volume 2 can be downloaded below using the Adobe Acrobat Reader.Volume 1: Chapter 1 (4.52 MB) Volume 1: Chapter 2 (13.2 MB) Volume 1: Chapter 3 (1.21 MB) Volume 1: Chapter 4 (1.22 MB) Volume 1: Chapter 5 (2.27 MB) Volume 1: Chapter 6 (1.26 MB)Volume 2: (2.1 MB

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