Copper River Knowledge System CD v1.1 (CRKS)
CRKS contains 20 print ready maps of the Copper River watershed, such as this one of Chinook salmon.
In addition there are several interactive maps which allow you to explore the Copper River watershed using ArcExplorer.
Welcome to the Copper River Knowledge System CD version 1.1. The Copper River Knowledge Systems CD is an information system designed to help local citizens, conservationists and resource managers to better understand the Copper River Watershed in which they live and work. The purpose of CRKS is to facilitate the exchange of information about the natural and human resources of this region. To use this CD most effectively, you will need to first download ArcExplorer 2.0, the free Geographic Information System viewer contained on this CD.
CRKS provides easy access to extensive biophysical and socioeconomic information describing the Copper River Watershed. The information cataloged on CRKS was gathered and developed by numerous organizations, agencies, and residents. Included on this CD are more than one hundred different geographic data layers as well as additional information in the form of reports, maps, and photographs about the Copper River Watershed. Use these hyperlinked pages to learn about the information available in the system, examine available data layers, view photos, and read associated metadata.