Riparian/Wetland , Stream , Vegetation
Multiple indicators, selections are specific to the site and monitoring objectives. 4 short-term, livestock/herbivore grazing use indicators, and 6 long-term, resource condition indicators. - Short term: 1) Stubble height, 2) Streambank alteration, 3) Woody species use, and 4) Streambank stability and cover - Long-term: 5) Greenline composition, 6) Woody species height class, 7) Woody species age class, 8) Greenline to greenline width, 9) Substrate, 10) Residual pool depth and pool frequency.
Bureau of Land Management
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, firstname.lastname@example.org - PFO: Kellie Roadifer, Planning and Environmental Coordinator, Pinedale Field Office, 1625 West Pine Street, PO Box 768, Pinedale, WY 82941, (307) 367-5309, email@example.com - KFO: Carl Bezanson, Rangeland Management Specialist, Kemmerer Field Office, 312 Highway 189 North, Kemmerer WY 83101, (307) 828-4522, firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary Contact or Protocol Authors (Steven J. Smith, Team Leader and Rangeland/Riparian Specialist, National Riparian Service Team, USDI Bureau of Land Management, (541) 416-6703, email@example.com, Timothy A. Burton, Retired, and Ervin R. Cowley, Retired)