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Evaluation of four instream flow methods applied to four trout rivers in southwest Montana by Frederick A. Nelson

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Published by Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks in Bozeman, MT .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Stream measurements -- Missouri River Watershed.,
  • Stream measurements -- Montana.,
  • Fishes -- Effect of water levels on -- Missouri River Watershed.,
  • Fishes -- Effect of water levels on -- Montana.,
  • Streamflow velocity -- Montana.

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Statementby Frederick A. Nelson ; prepared for U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service.
ContributionsU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service., Montana. Dept. of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks.
The Physical Object
Pagination105 p. :
Number of Pages105
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23298587M
OCLC/WorldCa37720829

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Evaluation of selected instream flow methods in Montana Item Preview remove-circle Evaluation of selected instream flow methods in Montana by Nelson, Frederick A; Montana. Dept. of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks. Publication date Topics Fishes, Rivers, Stream measurements, Streamflow Publisher [Montana: Montana Dept. of Fish, Wildlife and Pages: These procedures are the Montana method (Tennant, ); the wetted perimeter method (Collings, ; Cochnauer, ) and the IFIM method (Instream Flow Incremental Methodology; Bovee, ). An analysis is then made of some regionalisation criteria based on these methods, from which useful suggestions can be drawn for the development of a Cited by: “Species of Special Concern” in Montana (Montana Natural Heritage Program ), and were considered for federal listing as an endangered species (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ). The four main life history types recognized for westslope cutthroat trout are fluvial, fluvial-adfluvial, lacustrine-adfluvial, and allacustrine (Varley and. Nelson, F. A. Supplement to evaluation of four instream flow methods: applied to four trout rivers in southwest Montana. Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and parks report to USFWS. Contract No. Bozeman, Montana. 55 p. Google ScholarCited by:

specific instream flow analyses. The report outlines the approach taken to estimate minimu m interim instream flow needs of the aquatic resources within the main stem Klamath River i n California. The purpose of this effort is to recommend minimum flows within the main ste m. An Evaluation of Trout Passage through Six Highway Culverts in Montana ied are located at four sites in Montana. The two culverta on Cedar Creek, a tributary to the Ycl- lowstone River, are positioned side by side. These the west culvert rtcaivts the greater flow, and. using the above instream flow evaluation information and are recommended to promote the continued viability of the Big Sur River steelhead population. 1 Stream Evaluation Report No. , July Water Branch Instream Flow Program. One segment was selected for instream flow water rights filing consideration on Dell Creek, a tributary of the Hoback River near Bondurant, WY. The segment was selected considering land ownership, hydrology, and stream channel characteristics to maintain or improve the Snake River cutthroat trout (SRC) fishery in this stream. The species is common.