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Sample Design: Effectiveness Monitoring of Streambank Restoration in Granite Creek, John Day Subbasin

Study Design: CHaMP - John Day Watershed Habitat Monitoring Scientific Protocol for Salmonid Habitat Surveys within the Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program (CHaMP) v3.0

Sample Design: Effectiveness Monitoring of Streambank Restoration in Granite Creek, John Day Subbasin
ID: 383
State: Finalized
  • State: Finalized
  • Owner: Gene Shippentower
  • Spatial Design Category: Historic Precedent
  • Data Repository: <none>
  • Sites in Design: 2
  • Has Location Privacy: No

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Description

This design aims to monitor the treatment and control locations for effectiveness monitoring of the streambank restoration projects implemented by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla.   2013 efforts included three wood structures to stabilize streambanks all save one with associated willow cuttings, one small wood gravel bar structure with associated willow cuttings, and one buried rock weir.​  The treatments occurred at and above the upstream extent and ended ~100m below the lowest treatment, and the proposed sites within the treatment area were selected by CTUIR based on land ownership and feasibility.

Upper/lower coordinates for the Granite Creek restoration area: 44.8211107N - 118.488768W/44.8249366N – 118.4532153W

Upper/lower coordinates for control area: 44.80928700N/118.45906002W – 44.8121485N/118.4565070W

Sample Design Parameters

  • 1 Panel
  • Is categorized

Start Year

2013

Study Design

CHaMP - John Day Watershed Habitat Monitoring Scientific Protocol for Salmonid Habitat Surveys within the Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program (CHaMP) v3.0

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Stratum Panel Occasion

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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 (5 Year(s))
# Panel Name Panel Abbr. 1 2 3 4 5
1
Annual
Ann

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Distribution

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