Portland State University. Institute for Natural Resources, Endangered plants -- Oregon -- Databases, Oregon Natural Heritage Program, Biodiversity -- Oregon
The Oregon Biodiversity Information Center (ORBIC) is part of the Institute for Natural Resources (INR) located at Portland State University (PSU). ORBIC maintains extensive databases of Oregon biodiversity, concentrating on rare and endangered plants, animals and ecosystems. Since its creation in 1979 as the Oregon Natural Heritage Program, ORBIC has been part of the Natural Heritage network. ORBIC is a constituent member of NatureServe, a non-profit organization with a mission to provide the scientific basis for effective conservation action. NatureServe and Oregon manage data using standards and protocols used across the U.S., Canada, and much of Latin America.
ORBIC has a primary mission to track the distribution and status of all of Oregon’s flora and fauna, including all vertebrates and vascular plants, and as many invertebrates, fungi, and lichens as is possible. For species considered to be at-risk in Oregon or across the planet, location and population data is managed for all of the observations and occurrences in the state. These data, and the knowledge of the many professional and amateur biologists across the state, provide the basis of the status information in this book
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Oregon Biodiversity Information Center. 2019. Rare, Threatened and Endangered Species of Oregon. Institute for Natural Resources, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. 133 pp.
2019 ORBIC rare invertebrates list
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2019 ORBIC rare nonvascular plants list
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2019 ORBIC rare vascular plants list
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2019 ORBIC rare vertebrates list
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2019 ORBIC summary of changes to rare invertebrates list
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2019 ORBIC summary of changes to rare vertebrates list
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