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					Appendix 7. Mesilinka watershed Arctic grayling and bull trout capture site features - 1997                                                                                   Page 1 of 2

 Trib. Status     Reach   Class SS # Spp. (#)    Stage                                                                Habitat
Mesilinka R.        3      S1    90   BT (1)       A   large (>800 mm) adult in a 1.3 m deep glide/run in in the middle of the channel, no cover in proximity
Lay Cr.            56      S3    122   BT (2)      A    shallow eddy/pools and plunge pools associated with boulders
Lay Cr.            57      S4    123   BT (3)      A    shallow pools associated with boulders
Mesilinka R.        1      S1     2    BT (1)      J    side channel, associated with woody debris in a 1.1 m deep glide/eddy along the edge of channel
Mesilinka R.        2      S1    85    BT (1)      J    side channel, associated with LOD along the bank at upstream end of reach
Mesilinka R.        3      S1    90    BT (2)      J    1-1.2 m deep glide/run habitats near the bank in proximity to cover (woody debris)
Mesilinka R.        7      S2    96    BT (4)      J    3 associated with boulder eddies in main channel, 1 in a fast-flowing, cobbly side channel
Louis Cr.          38      S3    129   BT (1)      J    boulder clusters in higher gradient section of reach
Abraham Cr.        41      S2    45    BT (1)      J    pools associated with boulders and outcroppings
Lay Cr.            55      S2    57    BT (2)      J    shallow pools associated with boulder eddies
Lay Cr.            56      S3    121   BT (9)      J    shallow pools, glides or runs associated with boulder eddies, undercut banks
Lay Cr.            57      S4    123   BT (2)      J    shallow pools associated with boulder eddies and undercut banks
Polaris Cr.        58      S2    58    BT (2)      J    boulder eddies in turbulent cascading run
III Tutizika R.    23B     S3    98    BT (4)      J    associated with undercut banks, LOD and boulder habitats
III Tutizika R.    25A     S2    99    BT (1)      J    boulder cluster
Matetlo Cr.        26A     S2    102   BT (4)      J    deep pools associated with boulders and bedrock outcroppings
Matetlo Cr.        27A     S3    103   BT (1)      J    pools associated with undercut banks
III Tutizzi Lk.    29A     S2    104   BT (8)      J    associated with LOD in debris jams, and boulders
III Tutizzi Lk.    29B     S2    105   BT (18)     J    boulder habitats in large open pools, run/glide along undercut banks and shallow pools in off-channel habitats
Estchitka Cr.      29E     S2    108   BT (3)      J    boulder clusters
II Hornway Cr.    29G      S3    110   BT (8)      J    boulder clusters and pool habitats
Klakring Cr.      29H      S2    111   BT (1)      J    associated with boulder eddy in mid-channel
Klakring Cr.       29I     S2    112   BT (3)      J    associated with boulder eddies in mid-channel
Moccasin Cr.       29K     S3    114   BT (1)      J    associated with undercut bank, LOD and boulder cover
Lay Cr.            53A     S2    119   BT (4)      J    3 in boulder eddies in fast-flowing run habitat, 1in a shallow riffle
III Tutizika R.    n/a     n/a   128   BT (1)      J    associated with branch debris in a 0.5 m deep run/glide along the bank
Lay Cr.            56      S3    122   BT (4)      P    pools associated with boulders and outcroppings
III Tutizika R.    23B     S3    98    BT (1)      P    boulder habitats
Matetlo Cr.        26A     S2    102   BT (3)      P    shallow slack water associated with channel margin, undercut banks
III Tutizzi Lk.    29B     S2    105   BT (1)      P    boulder habitat
Klakring Cr.      29H      S2    111   BT (3)      P    edge habitats with reduced water velocity and LOD
Klakring Cr.       29I     S2    112   BT (2)      P    edge habitats with reduced water velocity and boulders/LOD
III Tutizika R.    n/a     n/a   128   BT (2)      P    associated with large cobble/small boulder in lower portion of a shallow turbulent run
Mesilinka R.        2      S1     5    GR (1)      A    Tutizika R pool, >800m2 area of ~50% run, 30% glide, 15% eddy and 5% pool, 0.5-1.2m deep
Mesilinka R.        3      S1    90    GR (4)      A    all on bottom in water between 1.5-2.5 m deep, 3 in large deep runs associated with accumulations of LOD along banks, one in a
                                                        glide with some LOD near the bank
Abraham Cr.        41      S2    45    GR (1)      A    Abraham Creek - 1.3 m deep run/eddy/pool under a log/debris jam against the bank, ~30 sq. m. habitat area
Mesilinka R.        1      S1     2    GR (1)      Y    side channel - in sparse branch debris trailing into a small 0.25 m deep x 0.2 m/s glide/run with gravel substrates
Appendix 7. Mesilinka watershed Arctic grayling and bull trout capture site features - 1996                                                                 Page 2 of 2

 Trib. Status      Reach   Class SS # Spp. (#)   Stage                                                                Habitat
Mesilinka R.         4      S1    10   BT (1)      A   ~1.5 m deep x 0.5 m/s glide in center of channel with a large school of adult MW near Aiken Lk.
Osilinka R.         98      S1    83    BT (4)     A    1.5-2 m deep glide or eddy in >2,000 m2 habitat area @ Tenakihi Cr. confluence
Jeanne Cr.          10      S2    16    BT (1)     A    ~30cm of turbulent water under branches of partially submerged trees 60 m u/s of the Mesilinka
III Lay Cr.         71      S2    68    BT (1)     A    <25 cm deep near-shore run/riffle, water velocity ~0.6 m/s, surface turbulence was the only cover
II Lay Cr.          74      S2    72    BT (2)     A    m & f in spawning condition in 1.5 m wide side channel run/glide, ~0.4 m deep x 0.4 m/s
III Tutizika R.     24      S1    30    BT (2)     J    small side channel
Matetlo Cr.         26      S1    32    BT (6)     J    slow-flowing (~0.2 m/s) side channel
Lay Cr.             51      S1    53    BT (1)     J    large cobble along an undercut bank in a fast-flowing (~0.8 m/s) run
Lay Cr.             53      S1    55    BT (8)     J    large boulder clusters or small boulders in >0.5 m x 0.4-0.8 m/s runs, side channel and shoreline
Mesilinka R.         7      S2    13    BT (5)     J    small side channels with low water velocity (<0.1 m/s)
Mesilinka R.         8      S2    14    BT (6)     J    boulder groups, shoreline habitats (LOD, undercut banks) along the main channel
Jeanne Cr.          10      S2    16    BT (1)     J    undercut bank along a 1 m/s riffle
Carina Cr.          11      S2    17    BT (1)     J    associated with a small boulder and large cobble in mid-channel 0.6 m/s riffle
III Mesilinka R.    14      S2    20    BT (1)     J    0.4 m deep LOD pool with relatively turbulent flows
Matetlo Cr.         27      S2    33    BT (3)     J    undercut bank and boulder habitats
Lay Cr.             55      S2    57    BT (2)     J    in close association in a 0.5 m deep x 0.5 m/s run with large cobble and scattered boulders
Polaris Cr.         58      S2    58    BT (2)     J    unknown - at the confluence with Lay Cr.
III Lay Cr.         71      S2    68   BT (10)     J    2 in side channel, LOD pool and eddy habitats, large cobble or boulder and undercut banks
II Lay Cr.          74      S2    72    BT (3)     J    backchannel and sidechannel
III Tutizika R.     24      S1    30    BT (1)     P    side channel
Matetlo Cr.         26      S1    32    BT (4)     P    0.3-0.5 m deep fast-flowing (~0.8 m/s) side channel
Lay Cr.             53      S1    55    BT (1)     P    associated with small boulders in shoreline glide
Mesilinka R.         7      S2    13    BT (2)     P    1.2 m wide side channel with low (<0.1 m/s) water velocity and large cobble overlain with silt
II Mesilinka R.     15      S2    21    BT (3)     P    slower water in cobble/boulder and LOD along bank in turbuent 0.6-0.9 m/s runs
Lay Cr.             53      S2    56    BT (2)     P    1 in side channel, 1 associated with boulders in slow flowing (<0.4 m/s) glide in main channel
III Lay Cr.         71      S2    68    BT (1)     P    side channel
III Tutizika R.     23      S3    29    BT (2)     P    boulders and undercut banks
Mesilinka R.         3      S1     8    BT (1)     F    shallow (<10 cm) side pool along the main channel with little flow, water temp was 8C higher
Mesilinka R.         2      S1     5   GR (6)      A    Tutizika R pool, >800 m2 area of ~50% run, 30% glide, 15% eddy and 5% pool, 0.5-1.2 m deep
Mesilinka R.         2      S1     6   GR (1)      A    >800 m2 area of ~60% glide, 20% turbulent run, 10% pool and 10% eddy, 0.4-1.5 m deep
Mesilinka R.         3      S1     7   GR (2)      A    >300 m2 area of 1-2 m deep glide/eddy along banks with LOD and water velocity 0.3-0.5 m/s
Mesilinka R.         3      S1     9   GR (3)      A    evenly flowing water along banks with LOD, water velocity 0.6-0.8 m/s at depths of 1.3-1.5 m
Mesilinka R.         4      S1    10   GR (4)      A    1-1.5 m deep current breaks along >1 m deep runs near the bank, generally within 2 m of LOD
Lay Cr.             51      S1    53   GR (2)      A    ~150 m2 area of ~40% run, 30% glide, 25% eddy and 5% pool, 1.2 m max depth, 0.5 m/s glide
Osilinka R.         98      S1    83   GR (16)     A    Tenakihi Cr confluence, >2,000 m2 area, most in 0.6-1.2 m x 0.4-0.6 m/s glide and current breaks
Omineca R.          99      S1    84   GR (3)      A    Ominca R. -~1 m deep moderately turbulent run/glide, 1 in 0.5 m deep riffle/glide transition
Mesilinka R.         3      S1     9   GR (2)      J    together in a ~0.8 m x ~1 m/s, moderately-turbulent run within 2 m of submerged LOD along bank
Omineca R.          99      S1    84   GR (4)      J    Omineca R. - 1-1.5 m deep x 0-0.4 m/s x 100 m long glide and eddy along shoreline
III Mesilinka R.    14      S2    20   GR (1)      J    behind a ~0.6 m boulder in 0.3 m x >1 m/s turbulent run-riffle in the central portion of channel
II Mesilinka R.     15      S2    21   GR (1)      J    behind a ~0.7 m boulder in 0.3 m deep x >1 m/s turbulent run in the central portion of channel
III Mesilinka R.    16      S3     3   GR (3)      Y    associated with LOD in ~0.4-0.6 m/s x 0.2-0.4 m deep runs over sand/gravel substrates

				
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