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Main Title A user guide to assessing proper functioning condition and the supporting science for lentic areas /
Author Prichard, Don ; Prichard, Donald E.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Berg, Forrest.
Publisher U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, National Applied Resource Sciences Center,
Year Published 1999
Report Number BLM/RS/ST-99/001+1737
Stock Number TR 1737-16
OCLC Number 42815057
Subjects Riparian areas--United States--Management. ; Wetland conservation--United States. ; Stream conservation--United States. ; Environmental monitoring--United States. ; Environmental impact analysis--United States. ; Riparian areas--Management.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
Internet Archive, BLM Library https://archive.org/details/userguidetoasses00pric
http://www.blm.gov/or/programs/nrst/files/Final%20TR%201737-16%20.pdf
Internet Archive, BLM Library https://archive.org/details/blmlibrary
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Status
ELBM  QH541.5.R52P744 1999 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 10/15/2019
Collation vi, 109 pages : illustrations (some color), forms ; 28 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 103-106). "Work group: Forrest Berg; Warren Hagenbuck ; Russ Krapf ; Robert Leinard ; Steve Leonard ; Mary Manning ; Chris Noble ; Janice Staats." "BLM/RS/ST-99/001+1737." "TR 1737-16 1999"--Cover. Agencies participating in the National Riparian Service Team: U.S. Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Contents Notes
"This document provides guidance for assessing the condition of any riparian-wetland area other than a lotic (riverine) area. These areas, which are called lentic areas, not only include jurisdictional wetlands...but also nonjurisdictional areas (e.g. deep water, freshwater, saline, marine, and estuarine) that provide enough available water to the root zone to establish and maintain riparian-wetland vegetation"--Page 1. Introduction -- Method development -- Definitions -- Proper functioning condition (PFC) assessment procedure : review existing documents ; analyze the definition of PFC ; assess functionality ; institute the process -- Quantification of checklist items : hydrology ; vegetation ; erosion/deposition -- Summary -- Appendix A : Riparian-wetland lentic checklist -- Appendix B : Potential and capability examples -- Appendix C : Lentic riparian-wetland examples -- Appendix D : PFC--what it is and what it isn't -- Appendix E : Common wetlands -- Appendix F : Problem wetlands -- Literature cited -- Glossary of terms.