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MetaData for Nestucca/Neskowin Watersheds Culvert Prioritization

Nestucca/Neskowin Watersheds Culvert Prioritization

Identification Information
Originator: Tillamook Estuaries Partnership and BLM
Publish Date: April 2006
Online Link:
BPA Project #:
Contact Information
Agency: Watershed Councils
Name: Rachel Hoffman
Job Position: Environmental Project Manager
Telephone: 503-322-2222
E-Mail Address:
Abstract: This dataset includes the information collected for the Nestucca/Neskowin Watershed Culvert Prioritization Action Plan. The Action Plan is posted seperately.

Purpose: The intent of this dataset is to identify high and medium priority fish passage barriers.

Time Period of Content:
Geographic Extent: Nestucca and Neskowin Watersheds
Status: Final
Use Constraints:
Format: Excel File

Data Quality Information

Data Information
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Entity and Attribute Information
Attributes Description:
Field Names Descriptions
Culvert # Number used to uniquely identify culverts
Priority Priority code given to each culvert in regards to repair/replacement
County County in which the culvert is located
Watershed Name Name of the watershed where the culvert is located
Tributary Waterbody into which the stream flows
Stream_Name Stream name on which the culvert is located
Road Name Name of road on which the culvert is located
Road Owner Owner of the road where culvert in located
Adjacent Landowner Landowners adjacent to the road on which the culvert is located
Taxlot Taxlot
T Township
R Range
S Section
1/4 of 1/4 direction
Shape Culvert shape
Length (ft) Culvert length (feet)
Width (in) Width (inches)
Height (in) Height (inches)
Construction What the culvert is constructed of
Material Material the culvert is made of
Inlet_Block % blockage of the culvert inlet
Baffles Material the baffles are constructed of
Culvert_Sub Substrate inside the culvert
Channel_Sub Substrate in the channel
Natural Substrate in Culvert %
Inlet % Channel gradient from the inlet of the culvert, upstream one pipe diameter
Up % Channel gradient beginning at a point upstream of the inlet (above the culvertinfluence
Up Bank (ft) Bankfull Width (feet) - Bankfull flow is a winter high or peak flow that usually occurs on average every 1 to 2
Bank Ratio [Inlet Width / Bankfull Width] The bankfull ratio is a measure of channel constriction
Vertical Leap (ft) Vertical distance from the surface of the water to the culvert
Culvert %
Habitat Length (based on grad)
(Step 1) Habitat Points
Quality of Upstream Points Quality of upstream habitat
(Step 2) Quality of Habitat Points
Species Fish species that are impacted by the culvert
Fish Presence Whether fish accessing culvert are resident or anadromous
(Step 3) Fish Points
Barrier Severity Color code for the severity of the barrier
(Step 4) Barrier Severity Points
Total Sum Ranking Sum of points from each step - gives rank to each culvert
Easting UTM easting coordinates
Northing UTM northing coordinates
Comment Additional information
Highs High priority barriers
Mediums Medium priority barriers
Clustering Strategy Strategy used to cluster culverts
Cluster Location grouping used to cluster culverts

Is a physical copy maintained for reference at Headquarters? Unknown

File Name File Type Category File Uploaded File Description
Nestucca-Neskowin Culverts for review.xls Data File 10/25/2007 1:34:55 PM

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