Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative

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Show 10 Aquatic Ecosystems see monitoring strategy; http://deq.state.wy.us/wqd/watershed/Downloads/Monitoring/WY_strategy2010_final.pdf U.S. Geological Survey for Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Jeremy ZumBerge Project lead
Show 9 Mammal Bureau of Land Management Frank Blomquist, Wildlife Biologist, BLM Rawlins Field Office, 1300 North 3rd Street Rawlins, WY 82301, (307) 328-4207, fblomqui@blm.gov
Show 8 Water Bureau of Land Management Mary Read, Wildlife Biologist, BLM Rawlins Field Office, 1300 North 3rd Street Rawlins, WY 82301, (307) 328-4255, mread@blm.gov
Show 7 Bird Wyoming Game and Fish Department Andrea Orabona Stephanie Jones, Nongame Migratory Bird Coordinator, stephanie_jones@fws.gov
Show 6 Riparian/Wetland , Vegetation Community type cover and composition (%) of greenline (streamside) vegetation Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Bureau of Land Management, Big Sandy Working Group Paul Dey; BLM Rangeland Management Specialists at Field Office level (RSFO, RFO, PFO, KFO) Primary Contact or protocol author (Alma Winward, Regional Ecologist, USDA Forest Service Regional Office, Region 4, awinward@fs.fed.us)
Show 5 Stream Wyoming Game and Fish Department Gary Butler
Show 4 Stream Wyoming Game and Fish Department Gary Butler
Show 3 Riparian/Wetland Condition Assessment Qualitative observations of hydrology, vegetation, and erosion/deposition (soils) attributes (see pg. 63 of protocol). 17 physical attributes are assessed on the Lotic form and 20 on the Lentic form. They are answered in a Yes/No/Not Applicable format. Notes addressing each attribute can be included on the form. At the end of the form a summary rating for the stream or wetland is given as Proper Functioning, Functioning at-Risk, or Non Functioning. If Functioning at-Risk, an apparent trend assessed as Upward, Downward or not Apparent. The individual technical references can be used to identify all of the attributes. Note: For PFC assessments there are two technical references. One is for Lotic (moving water) riparian areas and the other is for Lentic (standing water or wetland) riparian areas. Bureau of Land Management, Partners This methodology is performed by an interdisciplinary team. Generally, the riparian coordinator for each office oversees the efforts: - RSFO: John Henderson, Fisheries Biologist, Rock Springs Field Office, 280 Hwy 191 N, Rock Springs WY 82901, (307) 352-0220, jhenders@blm.gov - PFO: Kellie Roadifer, Planning and Environmental Coordinator, Pinedale Field Office, 1625 West Pine Street, PO Box 768, Pinedale, WY 82941, (307) 367-5309, kroadife@blm.gov - KFO: Carl Bezanson, Rangeland Management Specialist, Kemmerer Field Office, 312 Highway 189 North, Kemmerer WY 83101, (307) 828-4522, cbezanso@blm.gov Primary Contact or Forest Service, BLM, NRCS.
Show 2 Vegetation Wyoming Game and Fish Department Gary Butler
Show 1 Wildlife Multiple indicators (pertaining to mule deer, antelope, sage grouse, raptors, and sensitive species population parameters and/or habitat use) Bureau of Land Management, Pinedale Anticline Project Office; (referenced Monitoring and Mitigation Plan was developed by the BLM, WGFD, and operators) Eric G. Decker, Project Coordinator, BLM Pinedale Field Office 1625 West Pine Street / PO Box 768 Pinedale, WY 82941 Phone: 307-367-5386 Email: egdecker@blm.gov