The Ecosystem Management Decision Support (EMDS) system is a state-of-the-art application framework for designing and modeling spatially enabled decision support systems. EMDS supports the environmental analysis and planning functions at all geographic scales and resolutions.
The U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest Research Stations developed the Synthesis of Science to Inform Land Management within the Northwest Forest Plan Area.
The U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest Research Stations developed the Synthesis of Science to Inform Land Management within the Northwest Forest Plan area, which is now available electronically.
Summer Low Flows in Western Oregon: Processes, Trends, Uncertainties, and Management Implications
Workshop Goal: Explore the current science of summer low stream flows in western Oregon, identify/prioritize gaps in our knowledge on the topic, and consider management implications of the issue.
PNW-FIA held a successful Client Meeting and Data Workshop on October 11 & 12, 2017 at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham OR.
Bridgett Naylor, a spatial analyst for the elk modeling team from PNW Research Station, explains how the components of the nutrition model work together at the 2013 Pendleton, Oregon workshop. Credit: Mary Rowland
The second and final Blue Mountains elk modeling workshop was held on April 30-May 1, 2013 in Pendleton, Oregon. Over 80 attendees listened to a variety of presentations about the final Blue Mountains nutrition and habitat use models. The last two presenters described example applications of the models in local landscapes – McCoy Creek and Mount Emily. The day ended with a guided discussion
Participants of the first Blue Mountains elk workshop, held in April 2012 in Pendleton, Oregon.
An audience of more than 120 people attended the first Blue Mountains elk workshop on April 25, 2012, at the Wildhorse Resort in Pendleton, Oregon, to hear about the initial results of the elk modeling project in this region. The program included presentations by modeling team members of the background and need for the models, methods for collecting and analyzing data, and draft results.
The second Westside elk habitat modeling workshop on April 5-6, 2011 in Portland, Oregon.
Over 100 attendees listened to a full day’s slate of presentations describing the project background, modeling methods, the final models and results of their validation, model application in example landscapes, and a project summary.