Fish Passage Site 20501070

Coordinates (dec. deg.): 61.61657°, -149.62575°
Legal Description: S018N002W27
Region: South Central
Road Name: East Norms Drive

Datum: NAD83
Quad Name / ITM: Anchorage C-7
AWC Stream #: 247-50-10330-2050-3050-4027-5061
Stream Name: Cloudy Lake Drainage


Site Comments: None

Multiple surveys have been conducted at this site — click on the drop down
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Survey UPDATE-1070

Project Supervisor: Gillian O'Doherty, ADFG
Observers: Mark Eisenman, Franklin Dekker

Overall Fish Passage Rating: Black

Tidal: No
Backwatered: No

Step Pools: No
Construction Year:

Comments: Site has been replaced by previous land owners. Current landowners requested an update to the database. Site visited on 8/23/18 for photos and basic measurements. Site still needs to be fully assessed for fish passage rating.

Culvert Measurements

ID: 1 Structure Type: Circular pipe (Corrugated steel) Fish Passage Rating: Black
Length(ft): 44.0
Inlet Type: Projecting
Outlet Type: Projecting
Corrugation Depth(in.): 0.5
Corrugation Width(in.): 2.75
Condition Rating(1-5): 3
Approach Angle:
Sedimentation At Inlet: Yes
Inlet Substrate: Gravel
Outlet Substrate: Gravel
Width(ft):3.75 3.5
Height(ft):2.5 3.0
Apron Length(ft):
Water Depth(ft):
Rustline Height(ft):0.5
Substrate Depth(ft):1.0 0.5
Backwatered?: No
Baffles Present: No
Embedded?: No
Outfall Height: 0.0
Outfall Type: At Stream Grade
Constriction Ratio:
Culvert Gradient:
Max Slope:
Max Slope Length:

Comments: Culvert does have substrate throughout culvert, but not to suffiecent depth to be considered embedded. Water surface mostly flat through culvert, but there is a small riffle at inlet so site is not backwatered.

Stream Measurements

Stream SubstratesUpstreamDownstream
Stream Slope(deg.):
Stream Flow Stage:High

No stream width data available.


No elevation data available.

Fish Sampling Efforts

No fish sampling occurred during this survey.

Fish Observations

No fish observations occurred during this survey.

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