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Table Hy01: Permanence of stream flow (fishable waters) in third-order and larger streams in the Bourbeuse River watershed

Table Hy01: Permanence of stream flow (fishable waters) in third-order and larger streams in the Bourbeuse River watershed

(Funk 1968). Note: Dry reaches constitute the difference between total length of permanent streams and intermittent pools.
Stream Name Order1 Permanent Stream2 Intermittent Pools2 Total Length Miles3
Miles Miles
Bourbeuse River   106.5 11.5 147
Lower Bourbeuse Hydrologic Unit 100-002,001
Birch Creek (Franklin) 3   4 7.90
Voss Creek (Franklin) 3   0.5 4.40
Spring, Boone, & Red Oak creeks Hydrologic Unit 090-007, 006, 005
Spring Creek (Franklin) 4 3 3.5 14.90
Boone Creek (Crawford) 4 2.5 9.5 16.35
Little Boone Creek (Franklin) 3   1.5 6.10
Red Oak Creek (Gasconade-Franklin) 4 5.5 8 18.37
Kriete Creek (Franklin) 3   0.5 2.70
Soap Creek (Gasconade) 3   0.5 6.95
Little Bourbeuse River & Brush Creek Hydrologic Unit 090-003, 002
Little Bourbeuse River (Crawford- Franklin) 4 11 3 20.40
Brush Creek (Crawford Gasconade) 5 15.5 3 24.27
Prairie Creek (Crawford) 4 2.5 1.5 5.72
McDadeSpring Lateral (Crawford) 3 1 1.5 4.35
Dry Fork Hydrologic Unit 040-002,001
Dry Fork (Maries-Gasconade) 4 11.5 13 34.33
Brush Creek (Gasconade) 3   1 4.50
Lower Peavine Creek (Maries) 3   2 6.55
Upper Peavine Creek (Maries) 3   0.5 7.70
Middle Bourbeuse River Hydrologic Unit 090-008, 004, 001
Big Creek (Franklin) 4   3 6.90
Price Creek (Gasconade) 3   2 6.15
Lanes Fork & Upper Bourbeuse River Hydrologic Unit 020-002, 003, 001
Lane Fork (Maries-Phelps) 3   11.5 8.30
Pin Oak Branch (Maries) 3   0.5 5.12
Clear Creek (Phelps) 4   2 9.85

1 Stream order taken from 7.5" topographic maps.

2 Taken from Funk 1968.

3 As determined using hand dividers from 7.5" topographic maps by East Central Regional and St. Louis Regional Fisheries personnel.

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