[gis_info] Rivers GIS data question

Michele Long michele.l.long at state.or.us
Mon Nov 2 16:12:58 PST 2009

Hi Erik,

I know you've already gotten replies, but here is the link that should
have what you are looking for.  It is the GIS download site for provided
by the State. http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/EISPD/GEO/alphalist.shtml#R  It
has a several hydro layers of different scales to choose from.  On the
page, go to the "R" section and select the Rivers GIS Data link that is
the version you want.


Another good link to keep in your favorites folder is


Good Luck,


ODFW - North Coast Watershed District

Tillamook, OR



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Sent: Monday, November 02, 2009 2:35 PM
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Subject: [gis_info] Rivers GIS data question


I'm wondering if someone might be able to point me in the right
direction for a particular data set. I've used a bazillion different
river/stream data sets over the years, but haven't found the perfect one
for our needs.  I'm looking for something that is just a notch below the
common layers out there showing every stream and tributary. In other
words, I'd like to see most streams, but not every tiny tributary to
it(too busy looking).  1:24k accuracy and stream names in the attribute
table would be a big plus.  From what I've seen it's either data that
shows every single stream and trib or you only get the biggest rivers.
Hopefully I've just overlooked an obvious source that someone could
point out.

Thanks in advance for any tips,

Erik Fernandez
Wilderness Coordinator
Oregon Wild, formerly ONRC
(503) 283-6343 x202

Protecting and restoring Oregon's wildlands, wildlife, and waters since
1974. Donate today at www.oregonwild.org!

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