Sponsors and Cooperators
Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District
KRIS East Marin-Sonoma Version 2.0 was funded by the Marin County Flood Control and Water Conservation District. The District is staffed by the Marin County Department of Public Works.
Sonoma County Water Agency
The Sonoma County Water Agency provides water to residential and agricultural customers in Mendocino, Sonoma and Marin counties. The agency funded Version 1.0 of KRIS East Marin-Sonoma and projects for other basins to gather information as a partner in recovery planning.
San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board
The San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board provided data and GIS coverages for KRIS East Marin-Sonoma.
Sonoma Ecology Center
Sonoma Ecology Center provided data and photographs for KRIS East Marin-Sonoma.
San Francisco Estuary Institute
The San Francisco Estuary Institute provided data (in conjunction with Robert A. Liedy of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) and GIS coverages from the San Francisco Bay Area EcoAtlas (1997) for the KRIS East Marin-Sonoma project.
Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program
The Marin County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Program, a part of the Marin County Department of Public Works, provided data and photographs for the KRIS East Marin-Sonoma project.
Laurel Collins, environmental consultant
Laurel Collins provided data and photographs for KRIS East Marin-Sonoma.
California Department of Fish and Game
The California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG) provided data for the KRIS East Marin-Sonoma project. In addition, Region 3 CDFG was particularly instrumental in the KRIS East Marin-Sonoma project success because it supplied valuable historical documents, which included fisheries data
North Bay Riparian Station and Mill Valley StreamKeepers
The North Bay Riparian Station, in conjunction with the Mill Valley StreamKeepers, provided photographs and data for KRIS East Marin-Sonoma.
The California Environmental Digital Library Network
The California Environmental Digital Library Network (CalEDLN) is a collaborative program dedicated to the development of an open network of digital libraries that share information about California's natural environment. The contents of KRIS East Marin-Sonoma are available through the Northbay Environmental Information Commons, the first implementation of CalEDLN.
Friends of Corte Madera Creek Watershed
The Friends of Corte Madera Creek Watershed provided photographs and data for KRIS East Marin-Sonoma.
Friends of Novato Creek
Friends of Novato Creek provided photographs for KRIS East Marin-Sonoma.
Petaluma Tree Planters
The Petaluma Tree Planters provided data for KRIS East Marin-Sonoma.
MarinMap, a consortium of public agencies in Marin County, provided GIS coverages for the KRIS East Marin-Sonoma Map project.
Conservation Technology Support Program and ESRI
The Conservation Technology Support Program, with the support of the Earth Science Research Institute (ESRI), awarded a grant for hardware and software to the Institute for Fisheries Resources (IFR), which made it possible to assemble the KRIS East Marin-Sonoma Map project. The Conservation Technology Support Program (CTSP) annually awards grants for equipment, software and training to tax-exempt conservation organizations to build their Geographic Information Systems (GIS) capacity.
USFS Spatial Analysis Lab, Sacramento, CA
The USFS Spatial Analysis Lab in Sacramento provided forest stand and vegetation coverages for the KRIS East Marin-Sonoma Map and database projects. The USFS works cooperatively with CDF FRAP on this and other projects.
California Department of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology
The California Division of Mines and Geology (CDMG), a part of the Department of Conservation, provided preliminary geological information for the KRIS East Marin-Sonoma Map project.
American Fisheries Society
The American Fisheries Society (AFS) allowed inclusion of some of its journal articles in the KRIS Bibliography. AFS has posted recent journals on the internet, and the entire contents of these journals are available with a subscription. Article abstracts may be viewed at no cost. All AFS journal articles in KRIS are still fully covered by copyright and may not be re-used without written permission from AFS.