Use the following links to access the metadata for data associated with the National Wild Fish Health Survey Database. Please review the description preceding each table for an explanation of the metadata.
A Web Map Service (WMS) is a standard protocol for serving georeferenced map images over the Internet. The specification was developed and first published by the Open Geospatial Consortium in 1999. The following WMS layers have been developed for the NWFHS database and are available for use. The WMS GetCapabilities document describes the WMS and the available layers.
|Basic Base Layer||html txt xml|
|Geolocation (NWFHS Sample Sites)||html txt xml|
|NWFHS Sampled HUCs||html txt xml|
|NWFHS HUC (Sample Status)||html txt xml|
|North American Flowline||html txt xml|
|North American Waterbody||html txt xml|
One of the main goals of the NWFHS Database web interface is to provide access to reports derived from Survey data. Currently, only the Case Report is implemented. However, additional reports are under development (watershed, state, waterbody, and agency). Reports are available in both HTML(web page) and PDF formats.
|NWFHS Case Report||html|
One of the goals of the NWFHS Database web interface is to provide access to Survey data in a format that is familiar and accessible to users. Data is available for download in tabular and spatial formats.
|Comma-Separated Values (CSV)||html|
|KML Download File||html|