LOTIC PROPER FUNCTIONING CONDITION (PFC) CHECKLIST SEARCH

 


 

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06/27/2017 13:04:45

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:

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

HYDROLOGIC
1. Floodplain is inundated in "relatively frequent" events (1-3 years).
2. Active/stable beaver dams are present.
3. Sinuosity, width/depth ratio, and gradient are in balance with the landscape setting (i.e., landform, geology, and bioclimatic region).
4. Riparian zone is widening or has achieved potential extent.
5. Upland watershed not contributing to riparian degradation.
VEGETATIVE
6. Diverse age-class dstnbubon (recruitment for maintenance/recovery).
7. Diverse composition of vegetation (for maintenance/recovery).
8. Species present indicate maintenance of riparian soil moisture characteristics.
9. Streambank vegetation is comprised of those plants or plant communities that have root masses capable of withstanding high streamflow events.
10. Riparian plants exhibit high vigor.
11. Adequate vegetative cover present to protect banks and dissipate energy during high flows.
12. Plant communities in the riparian area are an adequate source of course and/or large woody debris.
EROSION DEPOSITION
13. Floodplain and channel characteristics (i.e., rocks, overflow channels, course and/or large woody debris) adequate to dissipate energy.
14. Point bars are revegetating.
15. Lateral stream movement is associated with natural sinuosity.
16. System is vertically stable.
17. Stream is in balance with water and sediment being supplied by the watershed (i.e., no excessive erosion or deposition).

Remarks:


SUMMARY DETERMINATION

Functional Rating:
Trend for Functional—At Risk:


Are factors contributing to unacceptable conditions outside the agency's control or management?
Yes: No:

If Yes, what are those factors?

Flow Regulations Mining activities Upstream channel conditions
Channelization Road encroachment Oil field water discharge
Augmentedflows Other (specify):