CalFish is a cooperative program involving a growing number of agency and organization partners. Such cooperative support has and will continue to guide the future development of CalFish and ensure the longevity and continued usefulness of the CalFish site. There are many programs in California that are actively gathering, compiling and analyzing fish and aquatic habitat data. Bringing all of this information together and making it available to a variety of users is crucial to the success of fisheries and habitat monitoring, evaluation, and management within the state. Centralizing access to California fisheries data makes it much easier to develop and maintain state-wide data standards and promote further development of related data programs in California. CalFish addresses the needs of a variety of natural resource management agencies by serving as both data publisher and data clearinghouse, providing access to original data and links to sites with related fish and aquatic habitat information. CalFish provides direct access to many different types of data relating to fish and aquatic habitat data.
Science activities associated with California Cooperative Anadromous Fish and Habitat Data Program (CalFish) acting as the lead organization.
Individuals associated with California Cooperative Anadromous Fish and Habitat Data Program (CalFish) and their corresponding roles.