Table Hc03: Recorded habitat conditions at MDC fish sample sites in the Missouri portion of the White River

Recorded habitat conditions at MDC fish sample sites in the Missouri portion of the White River watershed during 1997.
Loc.1# Bank2 stability Bank vegetation* (%) Land use beyond riparian** (%) Corridor width (feet)
T S H N Left descending bank Right descending bank
2184 E 25 40 35 00 100F >100 >100
1608 G 10 20 30 50 100R >100 >50
2506 G 30 40 30 00 50F-50P >100 >50
2458 G 30 30 30 10 50F-50R 1-10 >100
2314 G 20 30 30 20 100R >50 >25
1624 F 10 20 40 20 75F-25P >100 >100
2511 G 20 55 40 05 50F-50P >50 >75
2507 G 20 40 30 10 100P >50 >75
2234 NA 20 30 50 00 100P >100 >75
2509 G 25 20 50 05 50F-50P >100 >100
1985 E 30 30 40 00 50P-50R >100 >100
1598 G 20 20 30 30 100P >50 >50
2507 G 20 30 30 20 100P >50 >50
1606 G 10 30 40 20 100F >100 >100
1601 E 30 30 40 00 100F >100 >100
1592 G 10 20 30 40 100P 1-10 1-10
2183 G 20 20 20 40 50F-50P >100 >100
2197 G 20 20 20 40 50F-50P >100 >100
1610 G 30 30 40 00 100R >100 >100
1975 G 20 20 20 40 50F-50P >100 >100
Total Avg. G=74% E=21% F=5% P=0% 20 29 35 16 >100 = 60% >75 = 7.5% >50 = 22.5% >25 = 2.5% 1-10 = 7.5%

1Location numbers correspond with those found in Figure BC01 and Table BC02.

2Bank stability was ranked as E=excellent, G=good, F=fair, and P=poor.

*Bank vegetation was classified as: T=trees, S=shrubs, H=herbaceous, and N=none.

**Land use beyond riparian corridor was classified as: F=forest, P=pasture, R=residential.

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