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CROSSING EG079C

Deep, Goose, Eagle 2004 Fish Passage Assessment

Watershed:   Eagle Creek

Stream:   Tributary of NF Eagle Creek

Road:   Private Rd

Latitude:   45.30070878

Longitude:   -122.2121662

Elevation:   1,276 feet

Ownership:   Private

Fish Use:   Anadromous

Type:   Round metal culvert pipe (1)

Slope:   2.8%

Habitat Description

Channel habitat type:   High gradient, confined

Catchment acreage:   531

Avg. bankfull width:   13 feet

Distance from Clackamas R.:   11.5 miles

Upstream fish-bearing length:   1.6 miles

Comments:   This 3′ dia CMP culvert is a complete barrier. However, it is ranked 10th because it has no low-moderate channel habitat type reaches upstream of it. It is a barrier because it has a steep culvert slope and a moderate outlet jump that empties out onto a 35 foot bedrock chute.     

Prioritization and Cost Information

Degree of fish passage blockage:   Complete

Habitat priority:   33

Habitat and cost priority:   16

Fix solution:   Low Profile Arch

Span:   3 ft

Rise:   ft

Length:   34 ft

Fill Height (ft):   2.75 ft

Utilities concerns:   Unlikely

Traffic volume:   Light

Total Estimated Project Cost:   $38,000

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