Database Search Forms, Printable Forms, and User Manuals

The database is comprised of several types of forms. To learn more about our databases, click on "Background of the Various Databases." To search the different databases or database sections, click on "Search the Database" in the column to the right of each type of form. To learn more about each of the forms, click on "Brief Description of Form." To download a printable copy or the user manual of a certain form, click on "Printable Form" and/or "User Manual."

NOTE: The "Printable Form" and "User Manual" files listed below, are provided in Adobe Acrobat ® (.pdf) format. The Adobe Acrobat Reader ® is required to read these files. If you do not have the reader, download it free from Adobe's web site.


Background on the Various Databases

Check our web site for the most current version of our forms/codes and instructions. We are continually making improvements/corrections to them. Each form/code and instruction has a date located in the footer for each page to assist in determining the most current version.

Click here to download a PDF describing the Development of our Riparian and Wetland Methodologies

SEARCH FORMS
Lotic Wetland (e.g., flowing water; streams, rivers)
United States
Canada
Lotic Proper Functioning Condition (PFC) Checklist
Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form

Printable Form

User Manual

 

Lotic Wetland Health Assessment for Streams and Small Rivers (survey)

Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form

Printable Form

User Manual

Printable Form

User Manual

Lotic Wetland Health Assessment for Large River Systems (survey)

Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form

Printable Form

User Manual

Printable Form

User Manual

Lotic Wetland Inventory (detailed inventory)
Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form

Printable Form

User Manual

Printable Form

User Manual

Lotic Wetland Health Assessment for Large Rivers (derived from Lotic Wetland Inventory)

 

Printable Form

User Manual

Lotic Wetland Health Assessment for Streams and Small Rivers (derived from Lotic Wetland Inventory)
Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form

Printable Form

User Manual

Printable Form

User Manual

Pfankuch Channel Assessment
Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form

Printable Form and User Manual

 
Lentic Wetland (e.g., still water; lakes, ponds, potholes)

Lentic Proper Functioning Condition (PFC) Checklist

Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form

Printable Form

User Manual

 
Lentic Wetland Health Assessment (survey)
Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form

Printable Form

User Manual

Printable Form

User Manual

Lentic Wetland Inventory (detailed inventory)
Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form


Printable Form

User Manual

Printable Form

User Manual

Lentic Wetland Health Assessment (derived from Lentic Wetland Inventory Form)
Search the BLM Database
Brief Description of Form

Printable Form

User Manual

Printable Form

User Manual

Upland Sites
Upland Inventory (detailed inventory)    

Printable Form

User Manual

 
Upland Forest or Woodland Site Health Assesment (derived from Upland Inventory Form)    

Printable Form

User Manual

 
Upland Shrubland Site Health Assesment (derived from Upland Inventory Form)    

Printable Form

User Manual

 
Upland Grassland Site Health Assesment (derived from Upland Inventory Form)    

Printable Form

User Manual

 
Upland Modified Site Health Assesment (derived from Upland Inventory Form)    

Printable Form

User Manual

 
Other Databases
BLM Whirling Disease Data Sets
Search the BLM Database
 
Non-Riparian BLM Data Sets
Search the Database

 

The vegetation part of both the Lentic and Lotic Wetland Inventory Forms displays habitat types (HT) and community types (CT) as the climax or dominant overstory species and understory species "6-letter codes or 7-letter codes" separated by a slash followed by an "HT" or a "CT". If, after viewing the data, you have questions about the identity of HT or CT, you can query the HT/CT Database or view the HT/CT Code List to get the scientific and common names of types for which you need a translation of the 6-letter codes (United States) or 7-letter codes (Canada).

Click here to look up the common name, scientific name, or code for a plant.

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