Stream Habitat Reach Summary - San Francisco Bay, Central Coast [ds159]

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aquatic, fish, fisheries, in-stream, habitat, hydrologic, hydrography, restoration, river, basin, planning, steelhead, stream, surveys, salmonids, coho, Chinook, watershed, Oncorhynchus, kisutch, mykiss, tshawytscha, North Coast, Albion River, Big River, Gualala River, Mattole River, Redwood Creek, Humboldt County, Mendocino County, Sonoma County


Summary

This database helps identify and describe instream habitat available to anadromous salmonids within the surveyed streams. The database is designed for use in conjunction with biological inventories and adult salmonid escapement surveys conducted later in the same year. The data were collected by Department of Fish and Game primarily to: 1) provide a useful source of information for evaluating, designing and monitoring stream habitat improvements for salmonids based on critical fish habitat needs and 2) aid in internal management decisions regarding stream restoration projects and potential. DATA LIMITATIONS AND ASSUMPTIONS For analytical purposes, users should assume that data collection methods were similar enough between streams, years, and observers to allow comparison of relative values. Observer bias is presumed to be low to non-existent. Reach-level in-stream habitat data are designed for suitability assessment of salmonid habitat at local levels. They should not be used for large watershed-level assessment tasks as assessment at this level would require either complete stream sampling or a statistically derived sample design providing for assignment of measured parameters, within acceptable error limits, on a watershed-wide basis. In addition, the shapefile comprising these data is a visual representation of the data and have not been calibrated to existing stream data from U.S. Geological Survey quadrangle maps. Therefore, spatial errors should be expected. KNOWN CAVEATS OF THE DATA: A significant scaling error often occurs in these data. Some of this error could be from mapping fine-scale ground measurements to a coarser map scale. The average in-stream habitat unit is approximately 55 feet (17 m) long while 1:24,000 scale maps may be accurate to the nearest 90 feet (30 m). In most cases, distances measured at a fine scale will exceed measurements at a course scale (Mandelbrot, 1982). Due to this and other error sources, habitat units for some streams may not be accurately placed on the map. Uncertainty of this mapped habitat unit precision increases with distance upstream. In many cases, the scaling error caused the length of the stream as measured during surveys to exceed the apparent stream length mapped on 1:24,000 scale digital hydrography. In these instances, a scaling factor was applied automatically by the NCNCR 'Stream Habitat' application (contact Karen Wilson, KLWilson@dfg.ca.gov, for information on this program). Even after application of the scaling factor, instances of the length discrepancy exceeding 1000 feet were found in the data where the surveys covered several miles. During processing of the files in the application, a "log file" is created that records errors or problems in each file. The folder containing the log files can be searched using the term "A scaling factor is needed" to rapidly locate these files. Habitat conditions can change drastically both from year to year and within a season. Factors to consider when comparing between years or seasons include variable stream flows (especially flood events), temperatures and silt loads. Use caution when analyzing these data with other time-dependent data such as stream biological inventories and salmon carcass surveys.

Description

The Stream Habitat - San Francisco Bay, Central Coast_[ds159] shapefile contains two years of in-stream salmonid habitat data at the reach level. The data have been summarized from habitat unit level data collected by DFG from June 1996 into September of 1997. The South Coast portion of the original dataset could not be represented at the stream reach level, so is not included here. The remaining 49 streams/stream surveys represent 180 miles of streams surveyed in the San Francisco Bay and Central Coast hydrologic regions of California. The database helps identify and describe in-stream habitat available to anadromous salmonids within watersheds of the California San Francisco Bay and Central Coast Hydrologic Regions. Data were collected using standardized survey techniques according to the version of the "California Stream Habitat Restoration Manual" (see Flosi et al.) that was current in the year of survey. Field survey teams measured up to 60 parameters for selected habitat units. Stream surveys typically started at the downstream confluence and proceeded upstream to the "limit of anadromy" as assessed by the survey crew. WHAT EACH RECORD REPRESENTS Each of the 100 records in this dataset represents in-stream habitat unit level data summarized at the stream reach level. A habitat unit is the base level for the stream habitat surveys and is generally determined by the occurrence of riffle, run and pool sections along the stream. Stream reaches are determined by changes in stream channel type as described by Rosgen (1994).

Credits

Use limitations

Use in accordance with the California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual.

Extent

West -122.587466 East -121.815261
North 38.450094 South 36.969049

Scale Range

ArcGIS Metadata

Topics and Keywords

Themes or categories of the resource planningCadastre


* Content type Downloadable Data


Place keywords North Coast, Albion River, Big River, Gualala River, Mattole River, Redwood Creek, Humboldt County, Mendocino County, Sonoma County

Thesaurus
Title California Geographical Names Information Service (USGS)




Theme keywords aquatic, fish, fisheries, in-stream, habitat, hydrologic, hydrography, restoration, river, basin, planning, steelhead, stream, surveys, salmonids, coho, Chinook, watershed, Oncorhynchus, kisutch, mykiss, tshawytscha

Thesaurus
Title ITIS Integrated Taxonomic Information System




Citation

* Title DS0159_20051115
Publication date 2005-02-24


Presentation formats * digital map


Citation Contacts

Responsible party
Organization's name Ron Rogers, California Department of Fish and Game, Wildlife and Habitat Data Analysis Branch,
Contact's role originator


Resource Details

Dataset languages English(UNITED STATES)


Status under development
Spatial representation type * vector


Graphic overview
File name streamhabitatreachsummsfbaycentcoasts[ds159]
File description A shapefile showing location instream habitat sampling efforts by stream reach
File type shp

Supplemental information
Streams of the California San Francisco Bay and Central Coast Hydrologic Regions (Calwater 2.2.1) were surveyed. In the San Francisco Bay Region, watersheds of the Napa River and Sonoma Creek in Napa and Sonoma counties respectively were surveyed. In the Central Coast Region, San Gregorio Creek and tributaries were surveyed in San Mateo County. Streams including tributaries surveyed in Santa Cruz County were: San Lorenzo River and Waddel, Scott, San Vicente, Soquel, and Aptos Creeks. This dataset consists of data collected in 1996 and 1997. The collection period ranged from June into October. DATA COMPILATION HISTORY The background describing development of salmonid stream habitat restoration projects and data is described in Flosi et al. (1998). A long-term decline in salmon and steelhead fisheries led to growing private and public interest in restoring salmonid stream habitat. By the late 1980's the department was leading major efforts in this area including development of this dataset. During the middle 1990's, Michael Byrne of DFG compiled these data and created routed hydrography using USGS 1:100,000 scale digital line graph hydrography and Arc Macro Language procedures to establish flow direction. Preliminary results and a detailed description of the process were published in a paper presented at the 1996 ESRI Users Conference (Michael Byrne, 1996). In the report he stated that "From Oregon to Sonoma County, 290 salmonid spawning streams (766 miles of stream) have been surveyed and georeferenced using this protocol". The work continued, but was not completed, especially in terms of editing for data quality. SPATIAL DATA CAPTURE METHODS: Initially, these files were in dBase IV (*.dbf) format. They had been processed using "HABITAT", a Department of Fish and Game DOS based program for entering, summarizing and analyzing data. The files have now been processed through an updated Visual Basic version of the "HABITAT" (NCNCR Stream Habitat, Version 2.0.11) and consolidated into one shapefile. Line events were routed in ArcGIS 9.0 using a 1:100,000 routed hydrography developed by California Department of Fish and Game in conjunction with the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission. The consolidated unit level file (not including South coast) contains 12,373 records and the reach summary file contains 100 records. The current data processing efforts are by Kevin Hunting, Ron Rogers, Jeanine Phillips and Karen Barbe of DFG's Wildlife Habitat and Data Analysis Branch with programming assistance from Karen Wilson of NCNCR. DFG employees and cooperators (such as Americorps and California Conservation Corps) who collected the data in the field are included in the records. REFERENCES: Michael Byrne, 1996.California salmonid habitat inventory: a dynamic segmentation application. http://gis.esri.com/library/userconf/proc96/TO250/PAP218/P218.HTM . Citation accessed 2/11/2005). Benoit B. Mandelbrot. 1982. The Fractal Geometry of Nature, New York, NY: W. H. Freeman and Company. California Interagency Watershed Mapping Committee. 1999. California Interagency Watershed Map of 1999 (Calwater 2.2.1). http://gis.ca.gov/casil/gis.ca.gov/calwater . Citation accessed 5/24/2005. P. A. Bisson, J. L. Nielsen, R. A. Palmson, and L. E. Grove. 1982. A system of naming habitat types in small streams with examples of habitat utilization by salmonids during low stream flow. Symposium on acquisition and utilization of aquatic habitat inventory information. Western Division, American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland. Flosi, G., and F. Reynolds. 1991. California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual. The State of California Resources Agency. Flosi, G., and F. Reynolds. 1994. California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual (2nd edition). The State of California Resources Agency. Flosi, G., S. Downie, J. Hopelain, M. Bird, R. Coey, and B. Collins. 1998. California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual (3rd edition). http://www.dfg.ca.gov/nafwb/manual.html . Citation accessed 2/24/2005. Rosgen, D. L. 1994. A classification of natural rivers. Catena, Vol. 22: 169-199. Elsevier Science, B. V. Amsterdam.
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ArcGIS item properties
* Name DS0159_20051115
* Location Server=; :; Database=; User=; Version=
* Access protocol ArcSDE Connection

Extents

Extent
Description
ground condition
Temporal extent
Beginning date 1996-01-01
Ending date 1997-01-01

Extent
Geographic extent
Bounding rectangle
Extent type Extent used for searching
* West longitude -122.587466
* East longitude -121.815261
* North latitude 38.450094
* South latitude 36.969049
* Extent contains the resource Yes

Extent in the item's coordinate system
* West longitude -13646374.279600
* East longitude -13560412.782000
* South latitude 4434793.459500
* North latitude 4643205.566200
* Extent contains the resource Yes

Resource Points of Contact

Point of contact
Individual's name Ron Rogers
Organization's name California Department of Fish and Game, WHDAB
Contact's position Environmental Scientist
Contact's role point of contact


Contact information
Phone
Voice (916) 322-1869
Fax (916) 324-0475

Address
Delivery point PO Box 944209
City Sacramento
Administrative area CA
Postal code 94244-2090
Country U.S.A.
e-mail address rrogers@dfg.ca.gov



Resource Maintenance

Resource maintenance
Update frequency as needed


Resource Constraints

Legal constraints
Limitations of use
Location data are accurate to the extent that they were correctly interpreted during the editing and processing for the GIS environment. Some errors will remain while editing procedures are being developed.
Security constraints
Classification unclassified
Classification system Not specified


Constraints
Limitations of use
Use in accordance with the California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual.

Spatial Reference

ArcGIS coordinate system
* Type Projected
* Geographic coordinate reference GCS_WGS_1984
* Projection WGS_1984_Web_Mercator_Auxiliary_Sphere
* Coordinate reference details
Projected coordinate system
Well-known identifier 102100
X origin -20037700
Y origin -30241100
XY scale 10000
Z origin 0
Z scale 1
M origin -227650.307072
M scale 3906.2499963620212
XY tolerance 0.001
Z tolerance 2
M tolerance 0.00051200000047683719
High precision true
Latest well-known identifier 3857
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Reference system identifier
* Value 3857
* Codespace EPSG
* Version 7.11.2


Spatial Data Properties

Indirect spatial referencing
1:24,000 routed hydrography

Vector
* Level of topology for this dataset geometry only


Geometric objects
Feature class name DS0159_20051115
* Object type composite
* Object count 100



ArcGIS Feature Class Properties
Feature class name DS0159_20051115
* Feature type Simple
* Geometry type Polyline
* Has topology FALSE
* Feature count 100
* Spatial index TRUE
* Linear referencing TRUE



Data Quality

Scope of quality information
Resource level dataset




Data quality report - Conceptual consistency
Measure description
These data were collected by trained field staff and processed by experienced analysts. However, both spatial and content errors are possible and should be expected. The most common error, present on every stream, is spatial location. Fine-scale habitat data were collected on the ground and habitat units measured in the middle of the stream. In contrast, routing was conducted on 1:24,000 scale stream line work hand-digitized from U.S.G.S. 1:24,000 scale maps. Therefore, the location of any habitat unit will not match locations on the ground. Other commonly encountered errors include data range (e.g. percentages exceeding 100), data entry, and data processing.




Geoprocessing history

Process
Process name shpsort_1
Date 2005-11-0916:04:54
Tool location P:\WorkArea\tools\BIOS Toolbox.tbx\shpsort
Command issued
Include in lineage when exporting metadata No


Process
Date 2011-07-2108:36:42
Tool location C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\ArcToolbox\Toolboxes\Conversion Tools.tbx\FeatureClassToFeatureClass
Command issued
Include in lineage when exporting metadata No


Process
Date 2013-06-2114:22:02
Tool location c:\program files (x86)\arcgis\desktop10.1\ArcToolbox\Toolboxes\Data Management Tools.tbx\Project
Command issued
Include in lineage when exporting metadata No


Distribution

Distributor
Ordering process

Transfer options
Online source
Description Downloadable data limited to data on screen.



Distribution format
* Name SDE Feature Class


Transfer options
Online source
Location ftp://ftp.dfg.ca.gov/BDB/GIS/BIOS/Public_Datasets/100_199/ds159.zip

Online source
Location http://bios.dfg.ca.gov/

Fields

Details for object DS0159_20051115
* Type Feature Class
* Row count 100


Field OBJECTID
* Alias OBJECTID
* Data type OID
* Width 4
* Precision 10
* Scale 0
Field description
Internal feature number.
Description source
ESRI
Description of values
Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.




Field SORTNUM
* Data type Integer
* Width 4
* Alias SORTNUM
* Precision 10
* Scale 0
Field description
A temporary unique number used to force the desired sort order following the routing process.


Field SURVEYYEAR
* Data type SmallInteger
* Width 2
* Alias SURVEYYEAR
* Precision 5
* Scale 0
Field description
Year of survey derived from the SurveyDate field. Used as a sort field to maintain integrity of the symbology used in the viewer.


Field STREAM
* Data type String
* Width 70
* Alias STREAM
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Stream name according to USGS 1:24,000 quad sheets or LLID (lattitude-longitude ID) if the stream is unnamed. See also field descriptions for UnNamdTrib (Un-named Tributaries) and LLID.


Field UNNAMDTRIB
* Data type String
* Width 50
* Alias UNNAMDTRIB
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Stream names for tributaries not named on 24k USGS quad sheets (for an exception - El Corte de Madera Creek - see below). Streams not named on the quad sheets, even if named and well-known locally, can be difficult to locate in GIS. The name is constructed from 24k Hydrography, but a temporary name for use in the field can be readily derived from quad sheets. The name begins with the name of the stream that the unnamed tributary flows into (receiving stream). An "LB" or "RB" is added to the name if the unnamed tributary enters from the left bank or right bank, respectively, looking downstream. The distance in feet from the most downstream point (mouth) of the named stream to the confluence with the unnamed tributary completes the name (e.g. East Austin Creek RB 54730). For a series of unnamed tributaries, each new stream, working upstream, is assigned an "LB" or "RB" designation plus the distance from the confluence to the mouth of the receiving stream. For example "East Austin Creek RB 54730 RB 1334" is an East Austin Creek unnamed tributary entering from the right bank 54,730 feet from the mouth of East Austin Creek. In turn, that tributary has an unnamed tributary entering from the right bank 1,334 feet from its confluence with East Austin Creek. Note: El Corte de Madera Creek is named on the quad sheets but does not appear in the Geographical Names Information System of USGS. It is also not named in the hydrography used to route these streams. For that reason it appears here as San Gregorio Creek RB 29781.


Field LLID
* Data type String
* Width 20
* Alias LLID
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
A unique Identification code for each stream mapped in the routed hydrography layer. It is derived by concatenating the latitude and longitude in degrees, minutes and seconds at the confluence of the stream.


Field OBSID
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias OBSID
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
A unique number for each stream survey. A survey on a particular stream may include records from several days of survey effort (all receiving the same ObsID) in a given year.


Field REACH
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias REACH
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
A length of channel uniform with respect to selected habitat characteristics or elements (discharge, depth, area, slope, population of hydrologic units), fish species composition, water quality, and type and condition of bank cover. Each stream channel type change proceeding upstream is designated by a new stream reach number.
Description source
California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual, 1998


Field CHANNLTYPE
* Data type String
* Width 9
* Alias CHANNLTYPE
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Channel type - (Alias CHANNLTYPE) channel type as described by Rosgen (1994) and determined using five measured parameters: 1) water slope gradient, 2) entrenchment, 3) width/depth ratio, 4) substrate composition, and 5) sinuosity.
List of values
Value A1
Description Steep, narrow, cascading, step-pool streams; high-energy debris transport associated with depositional soils; very stable bedrock channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 4-10% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly bedrock. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: < 1.2 SUITABILITY: Generally not suitable. High energy streams with stable stream banks, and poor gravel retention capabilities.


Value A2
Description Steep, narrow, cascading, step-pool streams; high energy/debris transport associated with depositional soils; boulder channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 4-10% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly boulders. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: < 1.2 SUITABILITY: Generally not suitable. High energy streams with stable stream banks, and poor gravel retention capabilities.


Value A3
Description "Steep, narrow, cascading, step-pool streams; high energy/debris transport with depositional soils; cobble channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 4-10% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly cobble. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: < 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders


Value A4
Description "Steep, narrow, cascading, step-pool streams; high energy/debris transport with depositional soils; gravel channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 4-10% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly gravel. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: < 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders


Value A5
Description "Steep, narrow, cascading, step-pool streams; high energy/debris transport with depositional soils; gravel channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 4-10% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly sand. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: < 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders


Value A6
Description "Steep, narrow, cascading, step-pool streams; high energy/debris transport with depositional soils; silt/clay channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 4-10% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly silt/clay XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: < 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders


Value B1
Description "Moderately entrenched, moderate gradient, riffle dominated channel with infrequently spaced pools; very stable plan and profile; stable banks; bedrock channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Moderately Entrenched 1.4 - 2.2 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly bedrock. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Excellent for bank-placed boulders.


Value B2
Description Moderately entrenched, moderate gradient, riffle dominated channel with infrequently spaced pools; very stable plan and profile; stable banks; boulder channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Moderately Entrenched 1.4 - 2.2 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly boulders. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: Excellent for plunge weirs; single and opposing wing-deflectors; log cover.


Value B3
Description Moderately entrenched, moderate gradient, riffle dominated channel with infrequently spaced pools; very stable plan and profile; stable banks; cobble channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Moderately entrenched 1.4 - 2.2 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly cobble. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: Excellent for plunge weirs; boulder clusters and bank placed boulder; single and opposing wing-deflectors; log cover.


Value B4
Description Moderately entrenched, moderate gradient, riffle dominated channel with infrequently spaced pools; very stable plan and profile; stable banks; gravel channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Moderately entrenched 1.4 - 2.2 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly gravel. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: Excellent for low-stage plunge weirs; boulder clusters; bank placed boulders; single and opposing wing-deflectors; log cover.


Value B5
Description "Moderately entrenched, moderate gradient, riffle dominated channel with infrequently spaced pools; very stable plan and profile; stable banks; sand channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Moderately entrenched 1.4 - 2.2 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly sand. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Excellent for bank-placed boulders.


Value B6
Description "Moderately entrenched, moderate gradient, riffle dominated channel with infrequently spaced pools; very stable plan and profile; stable banks; silt/clay channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Moderately entrenched 1.4 - 2.2 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly silt/clay. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Excellent for bank-placed boulders; log cover.


Value C1
Description "Low gradient, meandering, point-bar, riffle/pool, alluvial channels with broad, well defined floodplain; bedrock channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slightly entrenched > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly bedrock. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Excellent for bank-placed boulders; and log cover.


Value C2
Description Low gradient, meandering, point-bar, riffle/pool, alluvial channels with broad, well defined floodplain; boulder channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slightly entrenched > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly boulder. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Good for plunge weirs; single and opposing wing-deflectors; channel constrictors; log cover.


Value C3
Description "Low gradient, meandering, point-bar, riffle/pool, alluvial channels with broad, well defined floodplain; cobble channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slightly entrenched > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly cobble. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Excellent for bank-placed boulders.


Value C4
Description "Low gradient, meandering, point-bar, riffle/pool, alluvial channels with broad, well defined floodplain; gravel channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slightly entrenched > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly gravel. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value C5
Description "Low gradient, meandering, point-bar, riffle/pool, alluvial channels with broad, well defined floodplain; sand channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slightly entrenched > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly sand. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value C6
Description "Low gradient, meandering, point-bar, riffle/pool, alluvial channels with broad, well defined floodplain; silt/clay channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slightly entrenched > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly silt/clay. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders; log cover.


Value D3
Description "Multiple channels with longitudinal and transverse bars; very wide channel with eroding banks; cobble channel. ENTRENCHMENT: No entrenchment GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly cobble. XRATIO: > 40 SINUOSITY: < 1.1 SUITABILITY: * Fair for bank-placed boulders; single and opposing wing deflectors; channel constrictors.


Value D4
Description "Multiple channels with longitudinal and transverse bars; very wide channel with eroding banks; gravel channel. ENTRENCHMENT: No entrenchment GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly gravel. XRATIO: > 40 SINUOSITY: < 1.1 SUITABILITY: * Fair for bank-placed boulders; single and opposing wing deflectors; channel constrictors.


Value D5
Description "Multiple channels with longitudinal and transverse bars; very wide channel with eroding banks; sand channel. ENTRENCHMENT: No entrenchment GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly sand. XRATIO: > 40 SINUOSITY: < 1.1 SUITABILITY: * Fair for bank-placed boulders; single and opposing wing deflectors; channel constrictors.


Value D6
Description "Multiple channels with longitudinal and transverse bars; very wide channel with eroding banks; silt/clay channel. ENTRENCHMENT: No entrenchment GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly sand. XRATIO: > 40 SINUOSITY: < 1.1 SUITABILITY: * Fair for bank-placed boulders; single and opposing wing deflectors; channel constrictors.


Value DA4
Description Multiple channels, narrow and deep with expansive well vegetated floodplain and associated wetlands; very gentle relief with highly variable sinuosities; stable stream banks; gravel channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Low to zero entrenchment > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 0.5% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly gravel. XRATIO: < 40 SINUOSITY: 1.1 - 1.6 SUITABILITY: Generally not suitable.


Value DA5
Description Multiple channels, narrow and deep with expansive well vegetated floodplain and associated wetlands; very gentle relief with highly variable sinuosities; stable stream banks; sand channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Low to zero entrenchment > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 0.5% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly sand. XRATIO: < 40 SINUOSITY: 1.1 - 1.6 SUITABILITY: Generally not suitable.


Value DA6
Description Multiple channels, narrow and deep with expansive well vegetated floodplain and associated wetlands; very gentle relief with highly variable sinuosities; stable stream banks; silt/clay channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Low to zero entrenchment > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 0.5% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly silt/clay. XRATIO: < 40 SINUOSITY: 1.1 - 1.6 SUITABILITY: Generally not suitable.


Value E3
Description "Low gradient, meandering riffle/pool stream with low width/depth ratio and little deposition; very efficient and stable; high meander width ratio; cobble channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slight entrenchment > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly cobble. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.5 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value E4
Description "Low gradient, meandering riffle/pool stream with low width/depth ratio and little deposition; very efficient and stable; high meander width ratio; gravel channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slight entrenchment > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly gravel. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.5 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value E5
Description "Low gradient, meandering riffle/pool stream with low width/depth ratio and little deposition; very efficient and stable; high meander width ratio; sand channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slight entrenchment > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly sand. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.5 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value E6
Description "Low gradient, meandering riffle/pool stream with low width/depth ratio and little deposition; very efficient and stable; high meander width ratio; silt/clay channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Slight entrenchment > 2.2 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly silt/clay. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.5 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value F1
Description "Entrenched meandering riffle/pool channel on low gradients with high width/depth ratio; very stable if bedrock controlled channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly bedrock. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value F2
Description Entrenched meandering riffle/pool channel on low gradients with high width/depth ratio; boulder channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly boulders. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: Fair for plunge weirs; single and opposing wing deflectors; log cover.


Value F3
Description "Entrenched meandering riffle/pool channel on low gradients with high width/depth ratio; cobble channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly cobble. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders; single and opposing wing deflectors.


Value F4
Description "Entrenched meandering riffle/pool channel on low gradients with high width/depth ratio; gravel channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly gravel. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value F5
Description "Entrenched meandering riffle/pool channel on low gradients with high width/depth ratio; sand channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly sand. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value F6
Description "Entrenched meandering riffle/pool channel on low gradients with high width/depth ratio; silt/clay channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: < 2% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly silt/clay. XRATIO: > 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.4 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value G1
Description "Entrenched ""gully"" step-pool and low width/depth ratio on moderate gradient; stable if in a bedrock controlled channel. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly bedrock. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Fair for log cover.


Value G2
Description Entrenched "gully" step-pool and low width/depth ratio on moderate gradient. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly boulders. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: Fair for log cover.


Value G3
Description "Entrenched ""gully"" step-pool and low width/depth ratio on moderate gradient. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly cobble. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value G4
Description "Entrenched ""gully"" step-pool and low width/depth ratio on moderate gradient. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly gravel. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value G5
Description "Entrenched ""gully"" step-pool and low width/depth ratio on moderate gradient. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly sand. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.


Value G6
Description "Entrenched ""gully"" step-pool and low width/depth ratio on moderate gradient. ENTRENCHMENT: Well entrenched < 1.4 GRADIENT: 2-4% SUBSTRATE: Predominantly silt/clay. XRATIO: < 12 SINUOSITY: > 1.2 SUITABILITY: * Good for bank-placed boulders.




Field UNITS
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias UNITS
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of habitat units in reach
Description source
ISH


Field LENGTH
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias LENGTH
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Stream length of reach in feet. Determined by summing all habitat unit lengths in the reach.
Description source
ISH, WHDAB


Field FROM_
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias FROM_
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
For each Reach, this is the downstream (beginning) position in feet from the confluence of the stream. It is calculated from cumulative lengths of habitat units. In the field name, "FROM_" contains an underscore to distinguish it from the reserved SQL term "FROM" used in ArcGIS.
Description source
ISH, WHDAB


Field TO_
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias TO_
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
For each Reach, this is the upstream (ending) position in feet from the confluence of the stream. It is calculated from cumulative lengths of habitat units. In the field name, "TO_" contains an underscore to distinguish it from the reserved SQL term "TO" used in ArcGIS.


Field STARTDATE
* Data type Date
* Width 36
* Alias STARTDATE
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
starting date for reach habitat typing
Description source
ISH


Field ENDDATE
* Data type Date
* Width 36
* Alias ENDDATE
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
ending date for reach habitat typing.
Description source
ISH


Field FLOW
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias FLOW
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Mean flow (cfs) in reach. The same value was usually applied to all reaches in a survey. From the restoration manual "Record of stream flow in cubic feet of water per second conducted at the beginning and end of a survey at the same location."
Description source
California Salmonid Stream Habitat Restoration Manual, 1998; WHDAB


Field WATER_MAX
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias WATER_MAX
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Maximum water temperature (degrees F) in reach.
Description source
ISH


Field WATER_MIN
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias WATER_MIN
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Minimum water temperature (degrees F) in reach.
Description source
ISH


Field AIR_MAX
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias AIR_MAX
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Maximum air temp (degrees F) in reach.
Description source
ISH


Field AIR_MIN
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias AIR_MIN
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Minimum air temp (degrees F) in reach.
Description source
ISH


Field DOMBKVEG
* Data type String
* Width 20
* Alias DOMBKVEG
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Dominant bank vegetation.
Description source
ISH
List of values
Value 5
Description Grass


Value 6
Description Brush


Value 7
Description Deciduous trees


Value 8
Description Coniferous trees


Value 9
Description No vegetation




Field PCT_BKVEG
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_BKVEG
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent of the bank vegetated
Description source
ISH


Field DOMBKSUB
* Data type String
* Width 20
* Alias DOMBKSUB
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Dominant bank substrate.
Description source
ISH
List of values
Value 1
Description Bedrock


Value 2
Description Boulder


Value 3
Description Cobble/Gravel


Value 4
Description Silt/Clay/Sand




Field MEANMAXDEP
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias MEANMAXDEP
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Mean maximum depth (feet).


Field PCT_RFL_L
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_RFL_L
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent riffle by length for reach. Riffles are units having HAB_TYP numbers 1.1-2.2
Description source
ISH


Field PCT_FW_L
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_FW_L
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent flat (flat water) by length for reach. Flat are units having HAB_TYP numbers 3.1-3.5
Description source
ISH


Field MW_MEASL
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias MW_MEASL
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Total length (feet) of units that have MEAN_WIDTH measured.


Field MEAN_WIDTH
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias MEAN_WIDTH
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Average of MEAN_WIDTH weighted by unit length.


Field TOT_PLS
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias TOT_PLS
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of units in reach that are pools. Pools are HAB_TYP numbers 4.1-6.5.


Field TOT_PLSL
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias TOT_PLSL
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Total length (feet) of units in reach that are pools.


Field PLS_MEAS
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PLS_MEAS
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of pool units in reach measured. Measured if MEAN_WIDTH was taken.


Field PLS_MEASL
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PLS_MEASL
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of pool units in reach measured.


Field PCT_POOL
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_POOL
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent pools by stream length. TotalPoolLength / TotalReachLength * 100.


Field POOL_FREQ
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias POOL_FREQ
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Pool frequency (percent). TotalPools / TotalUnits * 100.


Field EMBED_L1
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias EMBED_L1
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of pool tails in reach with embeddedness rating 1 (0 to 25%).


Field EMBED_L2
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias EMBED_L2
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of pool tails in reach with embeddedness rating 2 (26 to 50%).


Field EMBED_L3
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias EMBED_L3
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of pool tails in reach with embeddedness rating 3 (51 to 75%).


Field EMBED_L4
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias EMBED_L4
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of pool tails in reach with embeddedness rating 4 (76 to 100%).


Field EMBED_L5
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias EMBED_L5
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of pool tails in reach with embeddedness rating 5 (unsuitable for spawning).


Field PCT_EMB1
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_EMB1
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent units in reach with embedded=1 (0 to 25%).


Field PCT_EMB2
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_EMB2
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent units in reach with embedded=2 (26 to 50%).


Field PCT_EMB3
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_EMB3
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent units in reach with embedded=3 (51 to 75%).


Field PCT_EMB4
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_EMB4
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent units in reach with embedded=4 (76 to 100%).


Field PCT_EMB5
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_EMB5
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent units in reach with embedded=5 (unsuitable for spawning).


Field NUM_EMBED
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias NUM_EMBED
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Number of units in reach where embedded was measured.


Field LSL_PCTL
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias LSL_PCTL
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent log-formed scour pool habitat by pool length; HAB_TYP number 5.2.


Field LSR_PCTL
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias LSR_PCTL
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent rootwad-formed pool habitat by pool length; HAB_TYP number 5.3.


Field MCP_PCTL
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias MCP_PCTL
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent main channel pool habitat by pool length; HAB_TYP number 4.1-4.4.


Field SCL_PCTL
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias SCL_PCTL
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent scour pool habitat by pool length; HAB_TYP number 5.1-5.6.


Field BWP_PCTL
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias BWP_PCTL
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent backwater pool habitat by pool length; HAB_TYP number 6.1-6.5.


Field PCT_DLT2
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_DLT2
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent residual pool depth < 2 feet. (Count of Pools with residual depth <2ft) / (Count of all pools in which residual depth was measured) * 100.


Field PCT_DGE2L3
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_DGE2L3
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent residual pool depth 2 to 2.9 feet. (Count of Pools with residual depth 2 to 2.9ft) / (Count of all pools in which residual depth was measured) * 100.


Field PCT_DGE3L4
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_DGE3L4
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent residual pool depth 3 to 3.9 feet. (Count of Pools with residual depth 3 to 3.9ft) / (Count of all pools in which residual depth was measured) * 100.


Field PCT_DGE4
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_DGE4
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent residual pool depth >= 4 feet. Where residual pool depth = pool depth - depth of pool-tail crest.


Field NP_DLT2
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias NP_DLT2
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
number of pools w/ residual pool depth < 2 feet. Where residual pool depth = pool depth - depth of pool-tail crest.


Field NP_DGE2L3
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias NP_DGE2L3
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
number of pools w/ residual pool depth 2 to 2.9 feet. Where residual pool depth = pool depth - depth of pool-tail crest.


Field NP_DGE3L4
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias NP_DGE3L4
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
number of pools w/ residual pool depth 3 to 3.9 feet. Where residual pool depth = pool depth - depth of pool-tail crest.


Field NP_DGE4
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias NP_DGE4
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
number of pools w/ residual pool depth >= 4 feet. Where residual pool depth = pool depth - depth of pool-tail crest.


Field CAN_DENS
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias CAN_DENS
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Canopy density (percent). TotalCanopy / CountTotalCanopy


Field PCT_CONIF
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_CONIF
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Coniferous component (percent), where percent deciduous + percent coniferous = 100 percent


Field PCT_DECID
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias PCT_DECID
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Deciduous component (percent).


Field SHLRTN_AVG
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias SHLRTN_AVG
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Mean shelter rating where shelter rating = shelter value * percent cover. The shelter value is taken from the "Instream Shelter Complexity" table below.
List of values
Value 0
Description * No shelter.


Value 1
Description * a) One to five boulders. b) Bare undercut bank or bedrock ledge. c) Single piece of large wood > (12 inches diameter and 6 feet long) defined as large woody debris LWD.


Value 2
Description * a) One or two pieces of (LWD) associated with any amount of small wood (< 12 in. diameter) defined as small woody debris (SWD). b) Six or more boulders per 50 feet. c) Stable undercut bank with root mass, and < 12 inches undercut. d) A single root wad lacking complexity. e) Branches in or near the water. f) Limited submersed vegetative cover. g) Bubble curtain.


Value 3
Description * Combinations of (must have at least two cover types): a) LWD/boulders/rootwads, b) Three or pieces of LWD combined with SWD, c) Three or more boulders combined with LWD/SWD, d) Bubble curtain combined with LWD or boulders, e) Stable undercut bank with greater than 12 inches undercut, associated with root mass or LWD, f) Extensive submersed vegetative fish cover.




Field LWD_PCT_P
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias LWD_PCT_P
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Percent shelter from LWD. Where PCT_COVER has value, multiply PCT_COVER * (PER_LWD/100), then average weighted by length.


Field DRY_LENGTH
* Data type Double
* Width 8
* Alias DRY_LENGTH
* Precision 19
* Scale 11
Field description
Dry length (feet) for reach.


Field DOM_SHELT
* Data type String
* Width 25
* Alias DOM_SHELT
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Dominant shelter from a list of nine types: undercut bank, swd (d<12 inches), lwd (d>12 inches), root mass, terrestrial vegetation, aquatic vegetation, bubble curtain, boulders (d>10 inches) and bedrock ledges.


Field HYDROREG
* Data type String
* Width 50
* Alias HYDROREG
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
Field description
Hydrologic Region. Along the coast of California each hydrologic region includes the watersheds of several rivers and numerous smaller coastal streams. The four hydrologic regions along the coast are North Coast, San Francisco Bay, Central Coast and South Coast.
Description source
Calwater 2.2.1


Field SHAPE
* Alias Shape
* Data type Geometry
* Width 4
* Precision 0
* Scale 0
* Field description
Feature geometry.
* Description source
ESRI
* Description of values
Coordinates defining the features.




Field Shape.STLength()
* Alias Shape.STLength()
* Data type Double
* Width 0
* Precision 0
* Scale 0






References

Aggregate Information
Association type cross reference


Aggregate resource name
Title streamhabitat_reachsumm_sfbaycentcoasts_[ds159].txt
Publication date
Indeterminate date inapplicable
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Edition Version 1


FGDC geospatial presentation format TBA


Responsible party
Organization's name DFG
Contact's role originator




Metadata Details

Metadata language English(UNITED STATES)
Metadata character set utf8 - 8 bit UCS Transfer Format


Scope of the data described by the metadata dataset
Scope name * dataset


* Last update 2014-04-28


ArcGIS metadata properties
Metadata format ArcGIS1.0
Metadata style FGDC CSDGM Metadata


Created in ArcGIS for the item 2014-03-0615:28:58
Last modified in ArcGIS for the item 2014-04-2809:23:54


Automatic updates
Have been performed Yes
Last update 2014-04-2809:23:54


Metadata Contacts

Metadata contact
Individual's name Ron Rogers
Organization's name California Department of Fish and Game, WHDAB
Contact's position Environmental Scientist
Contact's role point of contact


Contact information
Phone
Voice (916) 322-1869
Fax (916) 324-0475

Address
Type both
Delivery point 1807 13th Street
City Sacramento
Administrative area CA
Postal code 95814
Country US
e-mail address rrogers@dfg.ca.gov



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Description of enclosure original metadata
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