Watershed Health Scores are calculated to show patterns of health within each of the five components for the state of Minnesota. Using a consistent scale of 0 (least healthy/red) to 100 (best health/green), the health scores compare and contrast ecologically significance relationships across the state.
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Component scores are combined into an overall Watershed Health Score:
- Combined Watershed Health Score
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Download the WHAF Health Scores as GIS Data (Minnesota Geospatial Commons)
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Download health reports for Minnesota's 81 major watersheds.
Review the approach taken for developing watershed health index scores.