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Washington Framework Hydrography Project
 2007 Shared Hydrography Project

Rick Jordan
WA Department of Ecology
360-407-7128
rjor461@ecy.wa.gov

The Washington Hydrography Framework Project is the cooperative effort of many federal, state, local, and tribal governmental organizations, as well as private organizations to define, implement, and maintain a single high resolution hydrography network for Washington State.

The ultimate goal of the Framework Project is to establish a common "core" set of spatial and tabular hydrography information to which all organizations can attach their business specific requirements. Those requirements that are common to each Framework partner have been identified and will reside in the Framework database. The primary benefits of the Hydrography Framework Project include the ability to effectively store, access, analyze, model, and trade hydrographic data between interested parties. These benefits will be realized by the implementation of a single surface water information system for the region that will provide common ground for all organizations using hydrography data.

Anyone interested in learning more about the project or becoming a partner should contact

      Rick Jordan
      WA Department of Ecology
      360-407-7128
      rjor461@ecy.wa.gov

 

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