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Missouri River Emergent Sandbar Habitat Monitoring Plan

Mark H. Sherfy

Missouri River Emergent Sandbar Habitat Monitoring Plan

a conceptual framework for adaptive management

by Mark H. Sherfy

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Habitat conservation -- Missouri River,
  • Least tern -- Missouri River,
  • Piping plover -- Missouri River,
  • Habitat surveys -- Missouri River,
  • Sand bars -- Missouri River

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mark H. Sherfy, Jennifer H. Stucker, and Michael J. Anteau ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 2008-1223, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 2008-1223.
    ContributionsStucker, Jennifer H., Anteau, Michael J., United States. Army. Corps of Engineers., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH76 .S48 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 51 p. :
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24076227M
    ISBN 109781411322158
    LC Control Number2009416788

    In the upper Missouri River basin, Least Tern populations were impacted when natural sandbar nesting habitat and habitat connectivity were lost due to establishment of large dams and reservoirs. @article{osti_, title = {Modeling to Support the Development of Habitat Targets for Piping Plovers on the Missouri River}, author = {Buenau, Kate E.}, abstractNote = {Report on modeling and analyses done in support of developing quantative sandbar habitat targets for piping plovers, including assessment of reference, historical, dams present but not operated, and habitat construction.

    Missouri River emergent sandbar habitat monitoring plan—a conceptual framework for adaptive management. 51 U.S. Geological Survey, Elliott-Smith E, Haig by:   Ap The MRRIC makes recommendations and provides guidance to federal agencies on the existing MRRP. The MRRIC is composed of over 70 members representing various interests, Tribes, states, and agencies from within the Missouri River basin. In , the MRRIC and USACE established the Independent Science Advisory Panel (ISAP).

    Missouri River emergent sandbar habitat monitoring plan- a conceptual model for adaptive management. Sherfy MH, Anteau MJ, Shaffer TL, Sovada MA, Stucker JH. Foraging ecology of Least Terns and Piping Plovers nesting on Central Platte river sandpits and by: 6. Emergent sandbars on the Missouri River are actively managed for two listed bird species, piping plovers and interior least terns. As a plunge-diving piscivore, endangered least terns rely on ready access to appropriately sized slender-bodied fish.


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Missouri River Emergent Sandbar Habitat Monitoring Plan by Mark H. Sherfy Download PDF EPUB FB2

An extensive program of habitat monitoring will be needed to address this complexity and support the management of least terns and piping plovers under the Missouri River Recovery Program. These needs are being addressed, in part, through a program of habitat creation and management targeted at improving quality and quantity of habitats for terns and plovers.

Get this from a library. Missouri River Emergent Sandbar Habitat Monitoring Plan: a conceptual framework for adaptive management. [Mark H Sherfy; Jennifer H Stucker; Michael J Anteau; United States.

Army. Corps of Engineers.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Tern and Plover Habitat. The purpose of the Tern and Plover Habitat Program is to provide sandbar habitat for two federally listed species of birds, the endangered interior population of least tern (Sternula antillarum) and the threatened Northern Great Plains piping plover (Charadrius melodus).

Least terns and piping plovers prefer sparsely vegetated sandbars that are not connected to adjacent banks as nesting and foraging habitat. Evaluation of Vegetation Removal and Control Methods to Create Emergent Sandbar Habitat on the Upper Missouri River– Huber, USACE farmland. Bow Creek is 1 Factors Affecting the Reproductive Status, Movements, and Habitat Use of Pallid Sturgeon and Shovelnose Sturgeon in the Missouri River – Flood PhotopointsDeLonay, USGS.

Research, Monitoring & Evaluation Do so while continuing to serve the Missouri River authorized purposes and accounting for human considerations. The plan will include an environmental impact statement and Mechanical creation of river Emergent Sandbar Habitat. This Adaptive Management (AM) Report for Emergent Sandbar Habitat (ESH) represents the first complete iteration within the draft AM strategy being implemented for the interior least terns (Sternula antillarum) and piping plovers (Charadrius melodus) within the Missouri River Mainstem System based on the Amended Biological Opinion (BiOp).

4 BUILDING STRONG Missouri River Recovery Program Elements Habitat Construction Shallow Water Habitat Emergent Sandbar Habitat Propagation / Hatchery Support Research, Monitoring & Evaluation. The Missouri River Recovery Program - Emergent Sandbar Habitat Value Engineering Study focuses on the assessment of the Missouri River Recovery Program (MRRP) Habitat Creation Project with specific focus on the creation of emergent sandbar habitats, examining current plans and programs to seek out alternative approaches and ideas that will improve the overall performance of.

Missouri River Planning describes the historic role of sediment in the Missouri River, evaluates current habitat restoration strategies, and discusses possible sediment management alternatives.

The book finds that a better understanding of the processes of sediment transport, erosion, and deposition in the Missouri River will be useful in furthering river management objectives, such as protection of. Missouri River basin drains approximately 1/6 of the U.S.\爀椀渀挀氀甀搀攀猀 ㄀ 猀琀愀琀攀猀Ⰰ ㈀㠀 䤀渀搀椀愀渀 吀爀椀戀攀猀 愀渀搀 瀀愀爀琀 漀昀 䌀愀渀愀搀愀⸀屲 miles \൩n the state of Missouri\爀䄀 猀礀猀琀攀洀 栀攀愀瘀椀氀礀 爀攀氀椀愀渀琀 漀渀 刀漀挀欀礀 䴀漀甀渀琀愀椀渀 猀渀漀眀瀀愀挀欀 File Size: KB.

Figure 1 Missouri River Sandbar Habitat Recent High Flows and Sandbar Monitoring: Discharge from Gavins Point Dam excee cubic feet per second (cfs) from late August through mid-December (see Figure 2)—the first instance of extended flows of this size since the ESH program began.

Flow. The proposed project includes mechanical construction of sandbar habitat, up to 40 acres in size, at one of three existing sandbar habitat sites between river miles and.

North Dakota Emergent Sandbar Habitat (ESH) Team Represents: Local, state and federal entities responsible for water resource and wildlife related issues, including the Missouri River Joint Water Board, Water Commission, North Dakota Game and Fish Department, the Corps, and FWS.

Purpose: The Corps consults with and obtains recommendations from the ND ESH Team on protecting existing. Emergent sandbar habitat (ESH) in the Missouri River Mainstem System is a critical habitat element for several federally listed bird species: the endangered interior least tern (Sterna antillarum) and the threatened Northern Great Plains piping plover (Charadrius melodus).Author: Corey A.

Duberstein. Predictive models for adaptive management of emergent sandbar habitat to support recovery of least terns and piping plovers on the Missouri River 1 Kate E. Buenau1, Tim L. Hiller2, Michael G. Anderson1, Craig A. Fleming3, Tim M. Fleeger3, Carol S. Hale4, Ronald M. Thom1, Andrew J.

Tyre2 1 Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Emergent sandbar habitat (ESH) in the Missouri River Mainstem System is a critical habitat element for several federally listed bird species: the endangered interior least tern (Sterna antillarum) and the threatened Northern Great Plains piping plover (Charadrius melodus).

OMAHA, Neb. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, J at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, 8th Street SW in Washburn, North Dakota, to seek input on the draft environmental assessment for a proposed Emergent Sandbar Habitat (ESH) site within the Missouri River between Garrison and Oahe dams in North Dakota.

Emergent sandbar habitat (ESH) in the Missouri River Mainstem System (MRMS) is an important habitat element for two federally listed bird species: the endangered interior least tern (Sternula antillarum athalassos) and the threatened Northern Great Plains piping plover (Charadrius melodus).

Emergent sandbar habitats are essentially sandbars that form in the channel of the. The Missouri River Recovery Program J.

Craig Fischenich, PhD, PE Missouri River Recovery Program (MRRP) initiated in to implement requirements in the BiOp. 5 Emergent Sandbar Habitat Construction System Operation to Reduce Nest Damage Monitoring and Size: 8MB. • Rapid Prototype for Emergent Sandbar Habitat Creation activities below Gavins Point Dam.

– Corps activities (Dams & water management) caused loss of habitat – tern and piping plover federally listed – Birds utilize exposed sandbars for nesting, brooding and rearing – BO on river operations included emergentFile Size: 1MB.

According to USACE, the proposed project includes mechanical construction of sandbar habitat, up to approximately 24 acres in size, at river mile (near Washburn, North Dakota).Emergent sandbars on the Missouri River are actively managed for two listed bird species, piping plovers and interior least terns.

As a plunge-diving piscivore, endangered least terns rely on.Monitoring Entry, Decision Making Missouri River Recovery Program Vision Stakeholders Emergent Sandbar Habitat Adaptive Management Timeline for each ESH Objective Modeling & Analysis CORE TEAM October Oct-April April - Aug Aug - October Annual Repeat Program Assessment Cooperating for Recovery Team & Stakeholders Every 3 rd year.