-- Aug 12 Links to Online Tools and Resources
||Oregon Coast Birding Trail Guide|
A birding guide to the Oregon coast, divided into four sections that list 173 sites. The guide is complete with maps, site descriptions, directions, and a listing of the birds you may see, along with site services and facilities. A birding checklist shows the 250 birds most likely to be detected and the ease of detecting them.
||Oregon Coastal Atlas|
The Oregon Coastal Atlas is a depot for traditional and digital information which can be used to inform decision-making relating to the Oregon Coastal Zone. It provides background information for different coastal systems, access to interactive mapping, online geospatial analysis tools, and direct download access to various planning and natural resource data sets relating to coastal zone management.
||Oregon Involved -- database of non-profit organizations, statewide |
Oregon Involved is a statewide effort to make it easy to get involved and make a difference in your community:
• Celebrates the positive impact nonprofits make in every community.
• Makes it easy to connect with nonprofits working in your community and around the state.
• Provides tools to help Oregonians already involved as volunteers, donors, board members, staff and participants help their nonprofits succeed.
||National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Services, NESDIS|
NESDIS operates NOAA's National Data Centers for Climate, Geophysics, Oceans, and Coasts. Through these Data Centers and other centers of data, NESDIS provides and ensures timely access to global environmental data from satellites and other sources, provides information services, and develops science products.
||Nature of the Northwest|
A full range of outdoor-related books, publications, maps, software, and much more. The Nature of the Northwest is operated as a partnership between the State of Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries and the USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region.