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ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
Record ID Number:
 
Unique Location ID:

A1. Field data collected by:

A2. Funding Agency/Organization:

A3a. BLM State Office:

A3b. BLM Field Office:

A3c. BLM Office Code:

A3d. Is the polygon in an active BLM grazing allotment? (Yes; No; NA):

If Yes, A3e (Allotment Information #1): A3f (Allotment Information #2):
Allotment Number:
Allotment Number:
Allotment ID:
Allotment ID:
Allotment Name:
Allotment Name:
Management Status:
Management Status:

A9. Year: A10. Date field data collected:

A11. Observers:

A12a. At least some part of this polygon has been inventoried more than once (resampled)? (Yes; No):

If No, go to item A13a. If Yes, A12b. This polygon coincides exactly with another inventoried polygon? (Yes; No):

A12c. Is this the latest inventory for this polygon? (Yes; No):

A12d. ID number(s) of other inventories of this polygon: , , , ,

A12e. Other years: 12f. This polygon shares common area with other inventoried polygon(s)? (Yes; No):

A12g. Other years:

A12h. ID number(s) of other records sharing area with this polygon: , , ,

A13a. Has a change in management occurred? (Yes; No):

If Yes, A13b. Year that changed occurred:

A13c. Type of management change applied:

 

LOCATION DATA

B1. State: B2. County:

B3. Allotment/Range unit:

B4a. Area name:

B4b. Tributary to:

B4c. Group name: B4d. Group number:

B5. Polygon Number:

B6a. The following Hydrologic unit code(s) is (are) from the USGS National Hydrography Dataset (NHD):

B6b. Sub-basin name (4th level HUC):

B7a. Upper end elevation (ft): (m): B7b. Lower end elevation (ft): (m):

B8. Stream Gradient (percent): %

B9a. Polygon latitude/longitude coordinates:            GPS Projection:

 
Deg

Min

Sec

N/S
Accuracy
+/- ft
Decimal    
Deg

Min

Sec

E/W
Accuracy
+/- ft
Decimal

Observer
Initial
& Waypoint

Upper End:
Lat:
  Lon:
Lower End:
Lat:
  Lon:
Other Point:
Lat:   Lon:













B9b. Other Point Comments:

B9c: UTM coordinates of polygon UPPER END: Easting: Northing: Zone: Map Datum:

B9d. UTM coordinates of polygon LOWER END: Easting: Northing: Zone:

B9e. UTM coordinates of any other point of interest in the polygon: East: North: Zone:

SELECTED SUMMARY DATA

C1. Wetland type:

C2. Polygon size (ac): ; (hect):

C3a. Is the entire polygon an upland: (Yes; No):

If No, C3b. Does the polygon consist entirely of functional wetland types? (Yes; No):

C3c. Functional wetland area (ac): ; (hect):

C3d. Percent of total polygon:

C4. Does the polygon contain a defined shoreline? (Yes; No):

C5. Polygon length (mi): ; (km):

C6. Number of miles the polygon represents (mi): ; (km):

C7a. Average polygon wetland width (ft): ; (m):

C7b. Polygon wetland width range (ft): to ; (m): to

 

PROPER FUNCTIONING CONDITION (HEALTH) ASSESSMENT SUMMARY

C8. Polygon Proper Functioning Condition (Health) Assessment

Rating Percent
Descriptive Category
Vegetation:
Soil/Hydrology:
Overall:

Rating Percent Range
Descriptive Category
80 - 100
Proper Functioning Condition (Healthy)
60 - 79
Functional At Risk (Healthy, but with Problems)
<60
Nonfunctional (Unhealthy)

 

VEGETATlON DATA

D1a. Wetland prevalence index:

D1b. Vegetation structural diversity:

 

Trees

D2a. Are trees present? (Yes; No):

D2b. Tree species by canopy cover class (%) and percent age group (%)

(use 6-letter code) Six Letter Code Database

SPECIES

 

Shrubs

D6a. Are shrubs present? (Yes; No):

D6b. Shrub species canopy cover(%), age/size groups, and utilization

(use 6-letter code) Six Letter Code Database

SPEClES

D6g. Tree AND shrub removal by other than browse (None (0-5%); Light (6-25%); Moderate (26-50%);
Heavy (>50%); NA; NC):

D6h. Basis of call:

 

Graminoids

D7. Graminoids present? (Yes No):

(use 6-letter code) Six Letter Code Database

SPEClES

 

Forbs

D8. Forbs present? (Yes; No):

(use 6-letter code) Six Letter Code Database

SPEClES

 

 

D9. Plant Group by Canopy Cover (%)

Layer
Trees
Shrubs
Graminoids
Forbs
3 (>6.0 ft):
2 (>1.5 - 6.0 ft):
1 (0 - 1.5 ft):

 

D10. Total canopy cover (%) by lifeform:

Trees:
Shrubs:
Graminoids:
Forbs:

D11. Total canopy cover (%) by woody species:

D12. Total canopy cover (%) by all plant lifeforms:

 

Weed Data

D13a. Are invasive weeds present? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, D13b. Enter the canopy cover and the density/distribution class for each of the following invasive species:

Species
Infestation
(Old Method)
Canopy Cover
(New Method)
 

Density/Distribution
Class

bluebuttons: (KNAARV)
 
Canada thistle: (CIRARV)
 
cheatgrass: (BROTEC)
 
common burdock: (ARCMIN)
 
common cuprina: (CRUVUL)
 
common hound's-tongue: (CYNOFF)
 
common tansy: (TANVUL)
 
dalmatian toadflax: (LINDAL)
 
diffuse knapweed: (CENDIF)
 
Dyer's woad: (ISATIN)
 
field bindweed: (CONARV)
 
field sowthistle: (SONARV)
 
Japanese brome: (BROJAP)
 
leafy spurge: (EUPESU)
 
musk thistle: (CARNUT)
 
orange hawkweed: (HIEAUR)
 
oxeye daisy: (CHRLEU)
 
perennial pepperweed: (LEPLAT)
 
purple loosestrife: (LYSTSAL)
 
Russian knapweed: (CENREP)
 
Russian olive: (ELAANG)
 
saltcedar (tamarisk): (TAMARI)
 
Scotch thistle: (ONOACA)
 
spotted knapweed: (CENMAC)
 
St. John's wort: (HYPPER)
 
sulphur cinquefoil: (POTREC)
 
tall buttercup: (RANACR)
 
teasel: (DIPFUL)
 
whitetop: (CARDRA)
 
yellow iris: (IRIPSE)
 
yellow starthistle: (CENSOL)
 
yellow toadflax: (LINVUL)
 
Others:
 
Others:
 

 
Coverage
Density/Distribution
 
Infestation
(Old Method)
Canopy Cover
(New Method)
(Class)
D13c. Cumulative totals for all invasive species:

D14a. Are undesirable herbaceous species present? (Yes; No; NC): (Not collected prior to 1991)

If Yes. D14b. Record the combined canopy cover (%) of all undesirable herbaceous species observed:

 

D15. Habitat Types and Community Types

Classification Type Name
Phase
Percent of Polygon
Successional State or Comments

D16. Polygon trend: Improving, Degrading, Static, or Status Unknown?

D17. Explain trend description and give other vegetation comments:

 

WATER QUALlTY DATA

E1. Waterbody number:

E2a. Is the waterbody a 303(d) listed impaired stream? (Yes; No)

If Yes, E2b. Year of listing?

E3. Waterbody TMDL priority:

E4. TMDL development status:

E5. Probable cause(s):

E6. Probable impaired uses:

E7. Probable source(s):

 

PHYSlCAL SlTE DATA

F1. Estimate the polygon breakdown into these NWI classes:

Emergent: Scrub/shrub: Forested:

F2. What is the primary water source on the polygon? (Perennial stream, Overland surface flow, Springs/seeps, Topographic contact with groundwater table, Unknown, Other):

Explain Other:

F3. Is the water body in a closed basin with no outlet? (Yes; No; NA; NC)

F4. Describe the water chemistry (Alkaline/Saline; Fresh; Unknown; NC):

F5. Degree of artificial drawdown (Not Subjected; Minor; Moderate; Extreme, NC):

F6a. Is there an overflow strructure? (Yes; No; NA; NC)

If Yes, F6b. Indicate type (Concrete; Pipe; Rock armored; Unprotected; Other): Explain Other:

F6c. Does the overflow structure appear stable? (Yes; No; NA; NC) Explain:

F7a.Does the polygon contain a defined shoreline? (Yes; No; NC)

If F7a = Yes, F7b. Are shore materials visible? (Yes; No; NC) :

If F7b = Yes, F7c. Give the percent of each size (must approx. 100%):

>20 inches (Medium Boulders +)

0.6 - 2.5 inches (Coarse Gravel)
10 - 20 inches (Small Boulders)
0.08 inches - 0.6 inches (Fine Gravel)
5 - 10 inches (Large Cobbles)
0.062 mm - 2 mm (Sand)
2.5 - 5 inches (Small Cobbles)
<0.062 mm (Silt and Clay)

F8. Percent of the shoreline with deep, binding root mass (0-35%; 36-65%; 66-85%; over 85%; NC):

F9a. What percent of the polygon vegetation has been altered by human activities?

F9b. Breakdown the causes of human-caused alteration to the polygon vegetation (must approx. 100%):

Grazing
Timber harvest
Cottage devel.
Recreation
Cultivation
Mining
Construction
Other
Explain "other":

F9c. Breakdown the kinds of human-caused alteration to the polygon vegetation (must approx. 100%):

Clearing
Replace Native to Non-native Species
Other
Replace Tall to Short
Replace Woody to Herbaceous
   
Explain "other":

F9d . Comment on the nature and extent of human-caused alteration to the vegetation:

F10a. Percent of the polygon has been physically altered by human activities (aside from the vegetation)?

F10b. Breakdown the causes of human-caused alteration to the physical polygon site (must approx. 100%):

Grazing
Timber Harvest
Cottage Development
Recreation
Other
Cultivation
Mining
Construction
Water Management
   
Explain "other":

F10c. Breakdown the kinds of human-caused alteration to the physical polygon site (must approx. 100%):

Animal Trampling (hum-pug, trails, paths, wallows, etc)
Hydrologic change (ditching, draining, flooding, berms, etc.)    
Human Impervious surface (pavement, roofs, walks, etc.)
Topographic change (Landscaping)
   
Bank alteration (hoof shear, riprap, berms, etc.)
Plowing/tilling
Other
Explain "other":

F10d. Choose a category to describe the severity of the alteration recorded in F9a. (None, Slight, Moderate, Severe):

F10e . Comment on any odd or unusual aspect of human-caused alteration to the physical polygon:

F11a. Is there exposed soil surface (bare ground)? (Yes; No; NC): If No or NC, go to item F12.

F11b. Percent (%) of the polygon which is exposed soil surface (bare ground):

F11c. Of this, how much is due to Natural Processes: Human-caused disturbance: (must approx.100%)

F11d. Within each category (natural and human-caused), how much resulted from the listed processes?

NATURAL PROCESSES (must approx. 100%) HUMAN-CAUSED PROCESSES (must approx. 100%)
Erosional
Type Dependent
Grazing
Construction
Depositional
Saline/Alkaline
Timber Harvest
Mining
Wildlife Use
Within Veg. Channel Bottoms
Cultivation
Recreation
Other    
Other    
Explain"Other":

 

F12. Non-vegetated ground cover. (Note: Bare ground and vascular plant cover recorded above.)

Rocks (>2.5 in.):
Moss:
Litter and duff:
Wood:

F13a. Is open water standing on the polygon?? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

If Yes, F13b. Percent (%) of polygon affected:

F14a. Animal-caused pugging and/or hummocks present? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, F14b. Percent (%) of polygon affected:

F15a. Are side drainages and hillslopes contributing to degradation of the system? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

If Yes, F15b. Human-caused? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

Causes:

F15c. Natural cause? (Yes; No; NA; NC): List major soil type:

F16. Water quality is sufficient to support wetland plants? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F17. Lentic wetland zone is enlarging or has reached potential extent? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F18. Lentic wetland area is saturated, or ground water is near or above the surface? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F19. Wetland plants exhibit high vigor? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F20. Frost or abnormal hydrologic heaving is evident? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F21. Favorable microsite conditions (i.e., woody debris, water temp., etc.) maintained by nearby site characteristics? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F22. Chemicals affecting plant productivity/composition not apparently accumulating on the site? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F23. Saturation (ponding frequency and duration of inundation) is sufficient to form and maintain hydric soils? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F24. Underlying geolocic structure (i.e., soil, parent material, permafrost) capable of restricting percolation? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F25. The wetland is in balance with water and sediment supply (no excessive erosion or deposition)? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F26. Islands and shore protected adequately from wind and wave energies by rock and/or large woody debris? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F27. Comments (Summarize unique characteristics or problems not evident from the data collected. Include topics related to any of the optional data. Consider current and historic attributes resulting from human-caused and natural processes.):

F28. Detailed description of the polygon boundaries if it does not include the entire wetland area at the site:

PHOTOGRAPH DATA

G1a. Identification of photos taken at the north end of polygon: Roll Number: Photographer:

Photo numbers: (northerly/westerly): (southerly/easterly): (others):

G1b. Location of all photos:

Glc. Description of views (northerly/westerly):

(southerly/easterly):

(others):

G2a. Is there an adjacent polygon northerly/westerly of this polygon? (Yes; No):

G2b. Is there an adjacent polygon southerly/easterly of this polygon? (Yes; No):

G3a. Identification of photos (taken at south or east end of polygon): Roll Number: Photographer:

Photo numbers: (northerly/westerly): (southerly/easterly): (others):

G3b. Location of all photos:

G3c. Description of views (northerly/westerly):

(southerly/easterly):

(others):

G4. Film and Camera Specifications

Film brand: Film speed (ASA): Lens diameter (mm):

Lens focal length (mm):

 

OPTIONAL DATA

H1. Vegetative use by animals (0-25%; 26-50%; 51-75%; 76-100%):

H2. Adjacent uplands (Agriculture; Grassland; Shrubland; Forest; or Other):

H3a. Were Category 2 (threatened and endangered) plant species observed? (Yes; No):

If Yes, H3b. Species:

H3c. Location(s):

H4. Percent of shoreline accessible to livestock:

H5a. Has the shoreline configuration been modified by construction? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, H5b. How much of the shoreline length is modified (%)?

H5c. What part resulted from the various sources: (must approx.100%)

Dikes:
Road Construction:
Railroads:
Berms:
Water Diversion Structures:
Mining:
Dams:
Vegetation Removal:
Bridges:
Rip-rap:
Channelization:
Logging:
Other:
Explain "Other":

H5d. Location(s):

 

Waterfowl Data

H6a. Were waterfowl nests or broods observed? (Yes; No): If Yes, H6b. Describe:

Fishery Data

H7a. Does the polygon contain a fishery? (Yes; No; Unknown):

If Yes, H7b. Is it a sport fishery, non-sport fishery, or unknown:

H7c. Fish types present, if known (use common names or descriptions):

H7d. How many fish were observed? (0; 1 -10; 11 -50; greater than 50):

H7e. If the polygon does not contain a fishery, is there potential for one? (Yes; No; Unknown):

Explain:

 

Amphibian and Reptile Data

H8a. Were amphibians observed? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, H8b. Number observed: Frogs: Toads: Salamanders:

H9a. Were reptiles observed? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, H9b. Number observed: Snakes: Turtles: Lizards:

H10. List amphibian or reptile species and the quantity of each identified in the polygon.

Species #1:
Number: Location:
Species #2:
Number: Location:
Species #3:
Number: Location:
Species #4
Number: Location:

 

Threatened and Endangered Species Data

H11a. Were threatened and endangered animal species observed? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, H11b. What species? Peregrine Falcon: Bald Eagle: Bull Trout:

Peregrine Falcon Nest: Bald Eagle Nest:

H11c. Other species observed?

Species
Number
 
 
 
 

H11d. Location in polygon where threatened and endangered animals or nests were sighted: