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- Salmon Population Crosswalk Database
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Salmon Monitoring Advisor
PNAMP, working in partnership with the State of the Salmon Project, will host and maintain the Salmon Monitoring Advisor (SMA) website. The SMA site was developed by a working group of scientists through a series of workshops from March 2008 - March 2010, funded by a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. The grant was administered through the United States National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) in Santa Barbara, California. The working group was composed of 14 scientists with extensive experience in a variety of governmental and non-governmental organizations, many of which are involved in PNAMP.
In the future, PNAMP intends to expand the content to include information about monitoring watersheds, habitat, other interests in addition to the current emphasis, which is salmon population monitoring.
Guidance for this project is provided by the PNAMP Steering Committee. Hosting and development support are provided by Sitka Technology Group. Jacque Schei is the Project Lead for PNAMP. We are looking for participants who are interested in adding content to the site. Please contact Jacque if you are interested.
SMA transferred to PNAMP, moved to WordPress
Jul 2 2012 - 2:41pm
NCEAS staff helped with the migration of the SMA website to a PNAMP supported host. We are in the process of converting the site to WordPress to allow for easier editing of the content and to update the theme to match the other resources under MonitoringResources.org. In the coming months, we will do an initial update of the site to ensure that the language used on this site does not conflict with language used on MonitoringResources.org. We will also reconcile the MonitoringMethods.org glossary with the SMA glossary. When we are ready to transition to this revised site, we will go from salmonmonitoringadvisor.org to monitoringadvisor.org to accommodate future additions to the content. In the future, we will begin to integrate the content of the site into the Learn menus of MonitoringResources.org and the other tools.