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About The Presenter
Jill Ory, Clean Water Services, Hillsboro OR
About This Presentation
Running time: 15 minutes and 54 seconds.
Production by: M.J. Furniss and J. Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations
- Why Set Priorities
- ...Over 1200 Culverts in Basin
- Data Collected for Each Culvert
- Where We Are
- Glacial Dams and the Bretz Floods
- Historical Land Surveys—1850
- Current Land Use
- Objectives of Watershed Analysis and Culvert Priority Setting
- Native Cutthroat Trout
- Some of the Best Habitat in Our Jurisdiction
- Creeks in Area With Less Impervious Cover
- Chicken and Cedar Creek Habitat Examples
- Tualatin Basin Substrate
- Good Tree Canopy Cover
- ...Compared to the Whole Basin
- Large Wood and Debris Jams
- Compared to the Whole...
- Zooming In...
- Basin Supports Some of Best Trout and Steelhead Habitat
- Many Culverts That Are Barriers
- Zooming In to Evaluate Culverts
- Limiting Substrate is Clay Substrate
- Screen Out Short-Length Culverts
- Further Examine and Rank Remaining Culverts