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Weyerhaeuser Company Limited North Island Timberlands. Block 40259,Weyerhaeuser Company Limited,North Island Timberlands. Block 40259, On April 6 2004 assessments were carried out on a stream located within and adjacent to the. proposed Block, The purpose of the survey was to determine the appropriate riparian classifications to comply. with the Forest Practices Code regulations, The assessments were carried out visually using accepted stream habitat criteria The. assessments and conclusions are consistent with the Forest Practices Code Fish stream. Identification Guidebook and the Riparian Management Area Guidebook. Assessment conditions were considered good, The fieldwork was conducted by Cindy Hannah R P Bio of FishFor Contracting Ltd.
Stream 1 was assessed It has fish access to a located barrier with no suitable resident fish. habitat upstream, Anadromous access to the assessed level of the drainage is unknown. Stream classifications with the descriptions of upstream fish limits and stream characteristics. are included in this report Habitat data and maps delineating classifications are enclosed. April 2004 FishFor Contracting Ltd i, Weyerhaeuser Company Limited North Island Timberlands. Block 40259,1 0 INTRODUCTION, The waterways within and adjacent to the proposed Block flow to the Elk River watershed code. 920 725300 11100 There is very little information noted in Fisheries Information Summary. System FISS Anadromous access to the assessed level of the drainage is unknown Trout. and Dolly Varden char have been sampled in the drainage. The proposed Block is located 6kms south of the village of Sayward. Block 40259,Not to Scale, Figure Area map showing the general location of the proposed Block. 1 1 Limitation, Conclusions are based upon an inspection of the streams mentioned in this report No other.
warranty is made either expressed or implied This report has been prepared for use and. distribution by Weyerhaeuser Company Limited,April 2004 FishFor Contracting Ltd 1. Weyerhaeuser Company Limited North Island Timberlands. Block 40259,2 0 METHODOLOGY, The assessments were carried out visually using accepted stream habitat criteria The. assessments and conclusions are consistent with the Forest Practices Code Fish stream. Identification Guidebook and the Riparian Management Area Guidebook. Methods and materials used in the assessment include. Available historical data and local knowledge were obtained. The area was accessed by truck and the individual stream was located on foot. Field sampling methods consisted of visual assessments and reconnaissance walking. Gradient measurements were taken using a clinometer. Stream widths were measured using a folding measuring stick. Ground distances were measured with a hip chain and are expressed as slope distance. Waterways flowing to S5 S6 classified streams are considered non fish bearing. Photo Documentation and a 1 5000 Scale Block Map are attached as Appendices A and B. 3 0 RESULTS OBSERVATIONS, Assessments were conducted April 6 2004 The weather was clear At the time of the. assessment creek flows were low Assessment conditions were considered good. April 2004 FishFor Contracting Ltd 2, Weyerhaeuser Company Limited North Island Timberlands. Block 40259, Table Riparian Stream Classification Summary Block 40259.
Waterway Reach Riparian Stream Fish Access Anadromous Fish Species Barrier. Gradient Morphology,ID ID Class Width Potential Access Captured. Conf Elk Creek,1 S3 1 6m 10 RP Y Unk,to 12m u s ARMn. 1 12m u s ARMn S6 1 6m 10 20 R N N Drop,Tribs to Non. S5 S6 Fish, u s Upstream d s Downstream Conf Confluence Str Stream FL Falling Line RL Road Location ARMn Adam River Main. NCD Non Classified Drainage FSZ Fisheries Sensitive Zone Morphology RP Riffle Pool CP Cascade Pool SP Step Pool. Species CT Cutthroat Trout DV Dolly Varden Char RB Rainbow Trout CO Coho PK Pink CM Chum CH Chinook SK Sockeye. Y Yes N No Unk Unknown, The access potential is the probability of fish to access an assessed reach based on the field observations and conclusions of the field crew.
Fish species captured is the actual fish that were identified within the sampled reach. The access of anadromous fish species is determined by the identified presence of a downstream barrier that is of sufficient magnitude to deny anadromous. fish access falls cascades gradients that are above the accepted range for anadromous access or usage. April 2004 FishFor Contracting Ltd 3, Weyerhaeuser Company Limited North Island Timberlands. Block 40259,Stream 1 S3 S6, POC 000m confluence with Elk Creek POT 210m upstream. Upstream of the confluence with Elk Creek this seasonal stream is 1 6m wide with a gravel. substrate The stream has a riffle pool morphology and offers good quality fish habitat There. was minimal water in the stream indicating that it likely goes dry during the summer months. The stream is confined within 20cm high cut banks Streamside vegetation includes. salmonberry and devil s club In the lowest reach there is abundant skunk cabbage along the. Upstream 75m the stream crosses the Adam River Main road. Upstream 87m 12m upstream of the road there is a 1 5m high drop over compact soil. There is no plunge pool see photo, Upstream of the drop the gradient is 10 for 80m The stream is mostly riffle with few pools. Upstream 167m the gradient increases to 18, Upstream 210m the gradient increases to 20 The gradient continues to increase. Conclusion, There is fish access from Elk Creek to 87m upstream 12m upstream of the Adam River Main.
road crossing The 1 5m high drop is a definable barrier to upstream fish movement The. seasonal nature of the stream precludes resident fish habitation. The northeast ditchline is low gradient When the new road is constructed a ditch block should. be installed to prevent fish access into the ditchline. April 2004 FishFor Contracting Ltd 4, Weyerhaeuser Company Limited North Island Timberlands. Block 40259,PHOTO DOCUMENTATION, Upstream 12m from the Adam River Main road crossing there is a 1 5m high drop This is the. upper limit of fish access in the stream,April 2004 FishFor Contracting Ltd 5. S6 Elk Creek,STREAM CLASSIFICATION,FISHFOR CONTRACTING LTD. Prepared for,WEYERHAEUSER COMPANY LIMITED,NORTH ISLAND TIMBERLANDS.
Area Block 40259 Scale 1 5000 Date April 2004,Drainage Unnamed stream that flows to Elk Creek. STREAM NAME RIPARIAN BREAK,CLASSIFICATION SAMPLE SITE. Weyerhaeuser Company Limited North Island Timberlands Block 40259 April 2004 FishFor Contracting Ltd 4 Stream 1 S3 S6 POC 000m confluence with Elk Creek POT

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