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At any given time several distinct crawls are running, some for months, and some every day or longer.
View the web archive through the Wayback Machine.
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Effective November 8, 2016, the DataExplorer website will
be reachable only via encrypted connections. This change
could disrupt your access to information contained on this
site. For more information, see our
NWFSC Data Explorer
Welcome to the Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC) Data Explorer. This site
hosts R Shiny applications created at the center.
Below are links to the program pages for R Shiny applications.
Economic and Social Science Research Program:
The Economic and Social Science Research
Program examines the impact of West Coast fishing on communities and
regional economies, including how fishery management decisions affect
communities and environmental conditions. The FISHeries Economics Explorer (FISHEyE) provides interactive
analysis for many economic topics in the West Coast Groundfish Fishery inluding data to evaluate the effectiveness and outcomes of the
Catch Share Program.
The Conservation Biology Division conducts science to support the
conservation of marine species and the ecosystems upon which they
depend. Effective conservation requires understanding how human and
natural factors influence the viability of marine species and their
ecosystems. Supplied within are web accessible tools used for
modeling, forecasting, and data-exploration to support the
Conservation Biology Division's mission. Click on the link below for a
description of each tool.