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DOWNLOAD THE ENTIRE STREAMNET DATABASE
IN MS ACCESS 2000-2003 FORMAT


The Microsoft Access 2000-2003 version of the StreamNet database contains most of the tables that make up StreamNet data, including time series ("trends") of adult returns, redd counts, etc. It also includes fish distribution, dams, barriers, hatchery facilities, references, lookup tables for most coded fields, and most georeferencing tables that use StreamNet mixed-scale hydrography. These files have primary keys and indexes already built, many relationships between tables established, and sample queries. The LocMaster table contains all locations used in the other StreamNet tables, and includes fields that identify the georeference codes applicable for each location, including HUC2 through HUC12 values (X's indicate multiple values are applicable to the location code). You can create queries using tables with names beginning with LocX that will filter the data by state, county, Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC_2 through HUC_12), NPCC province, NPCC subbasins defined in 2001, or SN_Region (24 = Columbia River Basin). Contact us for details on how to do this.

All data in the StreamNet database can be used for professional and personal purposes free of charge. We encourage the use of these data, but as a professional courtesy we ask the following:

  1. Please provide appropriate citation and acknowledgement for subsequent distribution or publication of any work derived from StreamNet data sets or other information obtained through the StreamNet web pages. Refer to our Citing StreamNet page for suggestions on how to cite us.
  2. Please send two reprints of any publications resulting from use of the data or other information to:
    StreamNet Program Manager
    Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission
    205 SE Spokane Street, Suite 100
    Portland, OR 97202

Substantial efforts are made to ensure the accuracy of data and information, but complete accuracy of data cannot be guaranteed. All data sets are provided "as is." StreamNet shall not be liable for damages resulting from any use, misuse, or misinterpretation of data.


 Most Recent Version at Top, With Older Versions Lower in Table

DES Version*
Date
Download Size Database Size Download File Additional Notes
2012.1 6/10/2014 78.8 MB 551 MB Download Now Notes
2012.1 12/05/2012 70.4 MB 547.2 MB Download Now Notes
2010.1 1/18/2012 69 MB 532 MB Download Now Notes
2010.1 5/3/2011 62 MB 465 MB Download Now Notes
2010.1 12/29/2010 58.8 MB 450.9 MB Download Now Notes
2006.1 5/12/2009 52.6 MB 367 MB Download Now Notes
2006.1 2/8/2008 56.9 MB 294 MB Download Now Notes
2005.1 9/30/2005 32.6 MB 307.6 MB Download Now Notes
2003.1 9/17/2004 31.1 MB 306.3 MB Download Now Notes
2002.1 3/13/2003 35.0 MB 336.0 MB Download Now Notes
2001.1 7/2/2002 36.3 MB 368.5 MB Download Now Notes
2001.1 8/1/2001 28.0 MB 269.2 MB Download Now Notes

* "DES Version" refers to the "Data Exchange Standard," which defines the basic structure of data in the database. The size of the downloadable zip file is shown in the Download Size column. The Database Size column shows the size of the Access file when unzipped, all indexes and relationships are created, and the database is subsequently compacted. If you don't have a program that will unzip the file you download, search the web for “zip programs” to locate a free or evaluation copy of a program that will unzip a file with a .zip extension.