3 edition of Recreational use of the upper Clark Fork River and its tributaries found in the catalog.
|Statement||Carol Hagmann ; Wilderness Institute [and] Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station in cooperation with Montana Department of Fish and Game.|
|Contributions||Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station., University of Montana (Missoula, Mont.). Wilderness Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Clark Fork, river in western Montana and northern Idaho, U.S. Rising near Butte, Mont., it flows in an irregular course north and northwest for about miles ( km) to enter Pend Oreille Lake in northern Idaho. From this point to the Columbia River, it is called the Pend Oreille River. Major. The Upper Clark Fork River Basin Steering Committee February 2, I. Introduction The Steering Committee was created in pursuant to Section MCA and directed by that statute to prepare by the end of a water management plan for the Upper Clark Fork River.
A river-use study in estimated ab people float the Clark Fork between the Van Buren Street and California Street footbridges between June 1 . The upper portion of the Clark's Fork River is small, often only 10 feet across but quickly widens as feeder streams add to its flow. The upper section of the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone (beginning at the Wyoming border) runs close to Highway for half of its 25 miles. It flows 67 miles through Wyoming before re turning to Montana.
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RECREATIONAL USE OF THE UPPER CLARK FORK RIVER AND ITS TRIBUTARIES By Carol Hagmann B.A., Willamette University, Presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA Hagmann, Carol, "Recreational use of the upper Clark Fork River and its tributaries" ().
Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. Author: Carol Hagmann. Rewater, Reconnect, Restore: We believe that a river system is only as healthy as its tributaries, which is why we enhance the mainstem Superfund cleanup with integrated stream restoration projects that heal the headwaters in the Upper Clark Fork basin.
Download our Aquatic Restoration Strategy here. use of the Clark Fork River and its tributaries, as well as improving the health and resiliency of the watershed. Key accomplishments include initiating a large-scale cleanup and restoration of the Upper Clark Fork to remove legacy mine waste, removal of Milltown Dam and restoration of.
Bull trout in the lower river can now reach historic habitat on the upper Clark Fork, and especially on higher quality spawning waters of the Blackfoot and its tributaries. Upper Clark Fork River Basin.
In DecemberGovernor Schweitzer approved a Final Upper Clark Fork River Basin Long Range Priorities and Fund Allocation Guidance Plan that allocated about $ million in natural resource damage settlement funds for the restoration of groundwater, aquatic, and terrestrial resources in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin (UCFRB).
In this section of the Clark Fork, the river turns from a large spring creek to a small river by the time it reaches Deer Lodge. Unlike further upstream, irrigation use of the river is heavy, leaving the river with low flows and warm temperatures later in the summer.
Full text of "Application for reservations of water in the upper Clark Fork River basin" See other formats. Exception: (1) Motorized watercraft of 20 hp or less are permitted from the headwaters to the confluence with the Clark Fork River from October 1 to January [View map of Restrictions (PDF)] Blackfoot River: Missoula, Powell Counties.
Closed to all motorized watercraft from the headwaters to the confluence with the Clark Fork River. Full text of "Draft environmental impact statement for water reservation applications in the Upper Clark Fork Basin" See other formats.
Map 1 of Upper Clark Fork River Basin This is especially true where fish populations use the tributaries for their entire life cycle including spawning, rearing and refugia. Where fish from populations use the mainstem for also involved the development of a passive-use recreational corridor along Silver Bow Creek that.
Restore the Clark Fork River and its tributaries n $ million on recreational amenities that enhance and protect injured areas, like parks, trails and fishing access sites along the river. Anglers ply the Clark Fork River in downtown Missoula. As one of the main tributaries to the mighty Columbia River drainage, the Clark Fork River pushes a lot of history through western Montana.
At its upper end, mining dominated the storyline. Clark Fork Site, such tributaries, the state property remedial commitments, and the s tate’s other obligations under State CD II. • CFR Restoration Account: $ million managed by the Natural Resource Damage Program.
T he state shall use the Clark Fork State Restoration Account solely to restore, rehabilitate, replace or acquire the equivalent of the injured natural resources as provided in the Clark Fork River Aquatic.
6/23/15 Errata 1 ERRATA SHEET FOR THE UPPER CLARK FORK RIVER TRIBUTARIES SEDIMENT, METALS AND TEMPERATURE TMDLS AND FRAMEWORK FOR WATER QUALITY RESTORATION This TMDL was approved by EPA on March 4, Several copies were printed and spiral bound for distribution, or sent electronically on compact Size: 1MB.
The Upper Clark Fork River drainage lies near the heart of western Montana, and extends from its headwaters near Butte downstream to the mouth of Flint Creek.
The drainage includes the uppermost segment of the Clark Fork River and its tributaries, including Silver Bow Creek, Warm Springs Creek, and the Little Blackfoot River. The Clark Fork River flows through the Montana cities of Deer Lodge and Missoula. MT runs along the upper river, while I follows the Clark Fork for most of its run to the Idaho border.
Access is easy due to the proximity of major roads and designated fishing access sites. Features: The Clark Fork River has a bad history. New real time water temperature gage provides valuable river information in the Upper Clark Fork.
The Clark Fork Coalition recently teamed up with the George Grant Chapter of Trout Unlimited, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP), and the Natural Resource Damage Program (NRDP) to fund a seasonal water temperature monitoring site on the upper Clark Fork River (near Garrison.
CLARK FORK (RIVER) AND THE MOUTHS OF SELECTED TRIBUTARIES, WESTERN MONTANA By T. Brosten and M. Jacobson U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Helena, Montana April UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR DONALD PAUL HODEL, Secretary GEOLOGICAL SURVEYCited by: 2.
Upper Clarks Fork The Clarks Fork Yellowstone River begins just east of the Yellowstone National Park, near Cook City, MT.
The Upper Clarks Fork flows downhill to the southeast, cutting a path between the Beartooth Mountains and the Absaroka Range. To reach the Upper Clarks Fork, drive north from Red Lodge on Highway (which turns into the. Clark Fork River: The settlement/consent decree provided the state with $95 million, plus interest, for the remediation of the Upper Clark Fork River and $ million, plus interest, for the restoration of the Upper Clark Fork River.
The DEQ is conducting the remediation activities.Map 1 of Upper Clark Fork River Basin Map 2 of Superfund sites in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin Table 1.
Criteria for rating the value of trout fisheries in relation to the three fishery goals for the Upper Clark Fork River and Silver Bow CreekCited by: 1.The Clark Fork has as its primary tributaries the Flathead, Blackfoot, and Bitterroot rivers.
The Kootenai River rises in Canada and crosses a small area in northwestern Montana. The Missouri and its major tributary, the Yellowstone River, are the principal rivers in eastern Montana.