Central Valley Salmonid Geodatabase

The purpose of the CVSalmonid geodatabase is to house the historical and current salmonid distribution GIS layers for the Central Valley, California and their supporting files for creating map documents. This geodatabase contains three tables and six feature data sets.

Download database: CVSalmonid.zip (144 MB)

This database accompanies the following publications:

Lindley, S. T., R. Schick, B. P. May, J. J. Anderson, S. Greene, C. Hanson, A. Low, D. McEwan, R. B. MacFarlane, C. Swanson, and J. G. Williams. 2004. Population structure of threatened and endangered chinook salmon ESUs in California's Central Valley basin. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SWFSC-360. 56 p.
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Schick, R. S., A. L. Edsall, and S. T. Lindley. 2005. Historical and current distribution of Pacific salmonids in the Central Valley, CA. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SWFSC-369. 25 p.
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Last modified: 7/26/2017