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Sample Design: Clear Creek Aquatic Habitat Condition Assessment Reaches

Monitoring Project: Clear Creek Aquatic Habitat Condition Assessment and Fish Population Monitoring

Sample Design: Clear Creek Aquatic Habitat Condition Assessment Reaches
ID: 1436
State: Finalized
  • State: Finalized
  • Owner: Keith Steele
  • Spatial Design Category: Census: Full
  • Data Repository: <none>
  • Snapshot: 8/5/2015
  • Snapshot by: Paul Clayton
  • Sites in Design: 66
  • Has Location Privacy: No

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The details of this Sample Design, including all the parameters used to generate it, are included below. Sample designs must belong to a Monitoring Project which may be associated with a Monitoring Program.

Description

The objective of the Aquatic Habitat Condition Assessment and Fish Population Monitoring project is to provide an inventory of habitat conditions, establish a baseline for impact analyses, and to document fish distribution and relative abundance in the Clear Creek watershed on the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest near Kooskia, Idaho. Results from the assessment will serve as a reference point for comparison with future surveys to evaluate habitat conditions and processes, water quality parameters, and population changes over time as a result of resource management in the basin. Of particular importance is the current spatial distribution and relative abundance of
salmonid species in the basin. The location of quality habitat for steelhead and salmon spawning and rearing, the overall importance of the drainage for these species, and the existence of upstream barriers will inform resource management decisions within the watershed.

Sample Design Parameters

  • 1 Panel
  • Is not categorized

Start Year

2015

Monitoring Program/Project


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Map of Sites

Stratum Panel Occasion

Below is a list of User Samples from which this design is drawing sites.


Panel designs can help address sampling objectives by increasing the total number of samples at a lower overall cost. A common panel structure involves one or more panels with a high revisit frequency (e.g. an “Annual” panel), and other panels with a lower revisit frequency (e.g. a three year “Rotating” panel).

Panel Sampling Occasion (1 Year(s))
# Panel Name Panel Abbr. 1
1
Annual
A

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Distribution

The histogram charts below show the distribution of this sample design’s sites across the various panels and strata.