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Service Description: There are three main components to the ESI: shoreline habitats, sensitive biological resources, and human-use resources. The shoreline and intertidal areas are ranked based on sensitivity determined by: (1) Shoreline type (substrate, grain size, tidal elevation, origin); (2) Exposure to wave and tidal energy; (3) Biological productivity and sensitivity; and (4) Ease of cleanup. The biology layers focus on threatened/endangered species, areas of high concentration and areas where sensitive life stages may occur. Supporting data tables provide species/location-specific abundance, seasonality, status, life history, and source information Human use resources mapped include managed areas (parks, refuges, critical habitats, etc) and resources that may be impacted by oiling and/or clean-up, such as beaches, archaeological sites marinas etc. ESIs are available for the majority of the US coastline, as well as the US territories. ESI data are available in a variety of GIS formats as well as PDF maps. For more information go to or to download complete ESI data sets go to: http://response.restoration.noaa.gov/esi For more information or to download complete ESI data sets go to: http://response.restoration.noaa.gov/esi ESI data characterize the marine and coastal environments and wildlife based on sensitivity to spilled oil. There are three main components: shoreline habitats, sensitive biological resources, and human-use resources. The shoreline and intertidal areas are ranked based on sensitivity determined by: (1) Shoreline type (substrate, grain size, tidal elevation, origin); (2) Exposure to wave and tidal energy; (3) Biological productivity and sensitivity; and (4) Ease of cleanup. The biology layers focus on threatened/endangered species, areas of high concentration and areas where sensitive life stages may occur. Supporting data tables provide species/location-specific abundance, seasonality, status, life history, and source information Human use resources mapped include managed areas (parks, refuges, critical habitats, etc) and resources that may be impacted by oiling and/or clean-up, such as beaches, archaeological sites marinas etc. ESIs are available for the majority of the US coastline, as well as the US territories. ESI data are available in a variety of GIS formats as well as PDF maps. For more information or to download complete ESI data sets go to: http://response.restoration.noaa.gov/esi For information specific to the Columbia River ESI data go to: http://nosdataexplorer.noaa.gov/NOSDataExplorer/rest/find/document?searchText=esi%20AND%20columbia%20AND%20river&start=1&max=100&f=georss&dojo.preventCache=1342447922192 The Columbia River ESI data were compiled in 2004.

Map Name: Columbia River ESI

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Layers: Tables: Description: ESI data characterize the marine and coastal environments and wildlife based on sensitivity to spilled oil. There are three main components: shoreline habitats, sensitive biological resources, and human-use resources. The shoreline and intertidal areas are ranked based on sensitivity determined by: (1) Shoreline type (substrate, grain size, tidal elevation, origin); (2) Exposure to wave and tidal energy; (3) Biological productivity and sensitivity; and (4) Ease of cleanup. The biology layers focus on threatened/endangered species, areas of high concentration and areas where sensitive life stages may occur. Supporting data tables provide species/location-specific abundance, seasonality, status, life history, and source information Human use resources mapped include managed areas (parks, refuges, critical habitats, etc) and resources that may be impacted by oiling and/or clean-up, such as beaches, archaeological sites marinas etc. ESIs are available for the majority of the US coastline, as well as the US territories. ESI data are available in a variety of GIS formats as well as PDF maps. For more information or to download complete ESI data sets go to: http://response.restoration.noaa.gov/esi For information specific to the Columbia River ESI data go to: http://nosdataexplorer.noaa.gov/NOSDataExplorer/rest/find/document?searchText=esi%20AND%20columbia%20AND%20river&start=1&max=100&f=georss&dojo.preventCache=1342447922192 The Columbia River ESI data were compiled in 2004.

Copyright Text: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Ocean Service, Office of Response and Restoration, Emergency Response Division

Spatial Reference: 4269  (4269)


Single Fused Map Cache: false

Initial Extent: Full Extent: Units: esriDecimalDegrees

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Document Info: Supports Dynamic Layers: false

MaxRecordCount: 1000

MaxImageHeight: 4096

MaxImageWidth: 4096

Supported Query Formats: JSON, AMF, geoJSON

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Supports Datum Transformation: true



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