LOTIC WETLAND INVENTORY SEARCH


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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 (ac): ; (hect):

C3d. Percent of total polygon:

C4. Does the polygon contain a defined streambank or channel? (Yes; No):

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

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

C7a. Average riparian zone width (ft): ; (m):

C7b. Riparian zone width range (ft): to ; (m): to

C8a. Was the Pfankuch rating used? (Yes; No): If Yes, C8b. Pfankuch Score:

PROPER FUNCTIONING CONDITION (HEALTH) ASSESSMENT SUMMARY

C9. 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. Does the polygon have potential for preferred woody species? (Yes; No; NC):

D6c. 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:bluebuttons:

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
 
Infestation
(Old Method)
Canopy Cover
(New Method)

Density/
Distribution
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 (HT) and Community Types (CT) (use 6-letter code) HT/CT Database

Classification Type Name
Phase
Percent of Polygon
Successional Stage 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. Does the polygon contain a stream bank or channel bottom? (Yes; No; NC): If No, go to item F17a.

F2a. Is the channel bottom visible? (Yes; No; NC): (Not collected prior to 1990, and part of 1991)

If Yes, F2b. 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)

F3a. Are bank materials present? (Yes; No; NC): (Not collected prior to 1990, and part of 1991)

If Yes, F3b. 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)

F4a. Is there active lateral cutting of stream? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, F4b. How much of the stream length displays active lateral cutting (%):

F5. Percent of the total bank length unstable (0-5%; 6-25%; 26-45%; over 45%; NC):

F6a. Is the streambank altered by on-site human activities? (Yes; No; NC): (Not collected prior to 1991)

If Yes, F6b. Percent (%) of the bank length that has human-caused alterations?

F6c. Of this, how much resulted from: (must approx. 100%)

Grazing
Mining
Construction
Other
Roads
Timber Harvest
Recreation
Explain "other":

F6d. Distribute the total streambank alteration among these kinds: (must approx. 100%)

Hoof shear/trampling
Roads/RR
Berms
Other
Veg Removal
Trails
Riprap
Explain "other":

F7. Percent of the streambanks with deep, binding root mass (0-35%; 36-65%; 66-85%; over 85%; NC):

F8. Percent of polygon with sufficient fine material to hold water and act as a rooting medium (0-35%; 36-65%; 66-85%; over 85%; NC): (Not collected prior to 1990, and part of 1991)

F9. Rosgen stream types recorded and the percent of the stream length accounted for by each:

Rosgen l:
/
Rosgen 2:
/
Rosgen 3:
/
Rosgen 4:
/
 

F10a. Do available maps accurately represent the sinuosity of the stream? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

If No, F10b. Determine sinuosity in the field; If Yes, determine sinuosity in the office from topo map:

F11. Average non-vegetated stream channel width: (ft) ; (m) : (Not collected prior to 1989)

F12. Stream gradient (percent):

F13a. Active downcutting of the stream? (Yes; No; NC): If Yes, F13b. Percent (%) of stream actively downcutting:

F14a. Headcuts present? (Yes; No; NC): If Yes, F14b. Number of headcuts:

F14c. Average headcut height (ft): F14d. Location of headcut(s):

F15a. Is the stream channel braided (has multiple active channels during normal flows)? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, F15b. Percent of the stream channel that is braided: (Not collected prior to 1991)

F16. Indicate the best description of channel incisement (None, Slight, Moderate, Severe): (Not collected prior to 1990)

F17a. Is there exposed soil surface (bare ground)? (Yes; No; NC): If No or NC, go to item F19.

F17b. Percent (%) of the polygon which is exposed soil surface (bare ground):

F17c. Of this, how much is due to Natural Processes: Human-caused disturbance: (must approx.100%)

F17d. 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
Logging
Mine tailings
Wildlife Use
Within Veg. Channel Bottoms
Recreation
Other
Other Explain "Other":

 

F18. Non-vegetated ground cover. (Note: Bare ground and vascular plant cover recorded above.)

Rocks (>2.5 in.):
Moss:
Litter and duff:
Wood:
Human Imperv. Surf :
Other:

F19. Are channel point bars revegetating? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F20a. Are side drainages and hillslopes contributing to degradation of the system? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

If Yes, F20b. Human-caused? (Yes; No; NA; NC): Causes:

F20c. Natural cause? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

Major soil parent material:

F21. Is there a nearby source on the system for large woody debris to enter the stream? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F22. Is the average riparian zone widening? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F23. Sinuosity, width/depth ratio, and gradient are in balance with the landscape setting? (Yes; No; NA; NC):

F24a. Is the polygon away from the streambank physically altered(Yes; No; NA; NC): If Yes, F24b. What Percent:

F24c. Of this, how much resulted from these causes: (must approx. 100%)

Grazing
Timber Harvest
Construction
Other
Cultivation

Mining

Recreation
Explain "other":

F24d. Distribute the total polygon non-streambank alteration among these kinds: (must approx. 100%)

Soil Compaction
Hydrologic Change
Topographic Changes
Other
Plowing/tilling
Roads
Impervious Surfaces
Explain "other":

F25a. Percent (%) of polygon affected with hummocks/pugging:

F25b. Distribution of hummocks/pugging: Within streambanks: Remainder of polygon: (must approx.100%)

F26a. Are seeps or springs present? (Yes; No; NC): ( Not collected prior to 1993)

If Yes, F26b. Number of seeps and springs:

F26c. How many springs and seeps had hummocks and/or pugging in 25% or more of the wetted area?

F26d. Location of the springs and seeps:

F27a. Is wetland type a pooled channel of an intermittent stream (item C1)? (Yes; No; NC): (Not collected prior to 1991)

If Yes, F27b. Percent of the channel length with pooled water:

F27c. Is this pooled water expected to remain at the surface through the remainder of the growing season? (Yes; No):

F27d. Location of the pools:

F28a. Is there evidence of beaver in the polygon? (Yes; No; NC): (Not collected prior to 1992 and most of 1993)

If Yes, F27b. (Active; Inactive):

F28c. Describe the type and amounts of beaver activity observed:

F27d. Number of beaver dams and lodges observed:

F28e. Level of beaver activity (number of stems chewed). (1-25; 26-100; over 100; NC):

F28f. How many beavers were observed? Where?

F29. 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.):

F30. Detailed description of upper and lower ends of the polygon:

 

PHOTOGRAPH DATA

G1a. Identification of photos (taken at the upstream end of polygon): Roll No.: Photographer:

Photo numbers: (upstream): (downstream): (others):

G1b. Location of "other" photos:

Glc. Description of views (upstream): (downstream): (others):

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

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

G3a. Identification of photos (taken at downstream end of polygon): Roll Number: Photographer:

Photo numbers: (upstream): (downstream): (others):

G3b. Location of "other" photos:

G3c. Description of views (upstream): (downstream): (others):

G4. Film and Camera Specifications

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

Lens focal length (mm):

 

OPTIONAL DATA

H1. Aspect:

H2. Vegetative use by animals (0-25%; 26-50%; 51-75%; 76-100%):

H3. Adjacent uplands (Agriculture; Grassland; Shrubland; Forest; or Other):

H4a. Were Category 2 (threatened and endangered) plant species observed? (Yes; No):

If Yes, H4b. Species:

H4c. Location(s):

H5a. Do subsurface water supplies, independent of flowing surface water in the area, appear to influence area vegetation? (An example of this is a hardwood draw with riparian vegetation, but rarely flowing surface water.) (Yes; No):

If Yes, H5b. Describe the situation:

H6. Bankfull width/depth ratio:

H7. Entrenchment ratio (floodprone width/bankfull width) (less than 1.4; 1.4-2.2; greater than 2.2):

H8. Distribution of exposed soil surface (item F17b) (must approx. 100%):

Inside/outside the bank/channel area: Inside: Outside:

H9. Percent of streambank accessible to livestock:

H10a. Has the bank configuration or channel profile been modified by construction? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, H10b. How much of the bank or channel length is modified (%)?

H10c. 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":

H10d. Location(s):

H10e. If human-caused channel modifications are present, are they stable? (Stable; Unstable):

H10f. What is the effect of the modifications on the immediate and downstream channel?

Waterfowl Data

H11a. Were waterfowl nests or broods observed? (Yes; No: NC): If Yes, H11b. Describe:

Fishery Data

H12a. Does the polygon contain a fishery? (Yes; No; Unknown):

If Yes, H12b. Is it a sport fishery, non-sport fishery, or unknown:

H12c. Fish types present, if known (use common names or descriptions):

H12d. How many fish were observed? (0; 1 -10; 11 -50; greater than 50):

H12e. If the polygon does not contain a fishery, is there potential for one? (Yes; No; Unknown):

Explain:

 

Amphibian and Reptile Data

H13a. Were amphibians observed? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, H13b. Number observed: Frogs: Toads: Salamanders:

H14a. Were reptiles observed? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, H14b. Number observed: Snakes: Turtles: Lizards:

H15. 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

H16a. Were threatened and endangered animal species observed? (Yes; No; NC):

If Yes, H16b. What species? Peregrine Falcon: Bald Eagle: Bull Trout:

Peregrine Falcon Nest: Bald Eagle Nest:

H16c. Other species observed?

Species
Number
 
 
 
 

H16d. Location in polygon where threatened and endangered animals or nests were sighted: