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Fort Erie Creeks Watershed Plan - Niagara Peninsula Conservation ...

Fort Erie Creeks Watershed Plan - Niagara Peninsula Conservation ...

Fort Erie Creeks Watershed Plan - Niagara Peninsula Conservation

FORT ERIE CREEKS - WATERSHED PLAN March 2008 GENERAL REPORT PHILIPS ENGINEERING LTD. in consultation with Parish Geomorphic Dougan & Associates C. Portt & Associates Blackport & Associates Shoreplan Engineering Ltd.

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  • Page 4 and 5: TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Page No.
  • Page 6 and 7: TABLE OF CONTENTS Subwatershed Loca
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  • Page 10 and 11: 1.5 Project Team The Project Team r
  • Page 12 and 13: 2.1.1 Background Information Collec
  • Page 14 and 15: The southern-most unit to the Lake
  • Page 16 and 17: Groundwater flow is expected to be
  • Page 18 and 19: overburden and a small number of la
  • Page 20 and 21: • Floodplain Mapping Frenchman’
  • Page 22 and 23: Two hydrograph algorithms have been
  • Page 24 and 25: The dominant land use in the area i
  • Page 26 and 27: Watershed / Subcatchment Schihl Dra
  • Page 28 and 29: Meteorological Data The design crit
  • Page 30 and 31: Black Creek Location Node TABLE 2.2
  • Page 32 and 33: 2.2.4 Summary of Significant Featur
  • Page 34 and 35: 2.3.3 Findings/Constraint Identific
  • Page 36 and 37: Culvert ID Watersheds TABLE 2.3.1:
  • Page 38 and 39: 2.3.4 Summary of Significant Featur
  • Page 40 and 41: Reach FRC-5 was surrounded by the R
  • Page 42 and 43: Black Creek This watercourse conflu
  • Page 44 and 45: planimetric adjustment. The index p
  • Page 46 and 47: Detailed Site Assessment The result
  • Page 48 and 49: The close proximity of the diverse
  • Page 50 and 51: iparian swamp for approximately 11
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    Kraft Drain Kraft Drain has one of

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    TABLE 2.5.1: C. PORTT AND ASSOCIATE

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    TABLE 2.5.3: ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM F

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    TABLE 2.6.1: TERRESTRIAL NATURAL HE

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    Available rural NAI field results a

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    well as consultation with NPCA and

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    Current Extent and Type Wetland loc

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    Long Term Change The original commu

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    TABLE 2.6.6 Con’t: CHANGES THROUG

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    lack of data for urban areas. Of th

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    • The shore of Lakeshore, Kraft D

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    All designations are current as of

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    adaptation, assuming breaching of B

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    Although the slough mosaic is not p

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    Associates, 2003). Similarly, assoc

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    2.7.1 Background Information Collec

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    Copper 0.005 mg/l E. coli 100 CFU/1

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    Site ID Date Nickel Nitrate as N Ni

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    Site ID Date Nickel Nitrate as N Ni

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    Site ID Date Nickel Nitrate as N Ni

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    Site ID Date Nickel Nitrate as N Ni

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    2.7.3.3 NPCA Provincial Groundwater

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    2.8.3 Findings The rural landowner

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    The review of the erosion data cont

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    Importance: 2.10 Land Use The Town

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    TABLE 3.1.1: SUMMARY OF ACTS AND GU

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    TABLE 3.1.1: SUMMARY OF ACTS AND GU

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    The Provincial Policy Statement (20

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    (b) River or stream valleys that ha

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    1. Maintain, without disruption, th

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    Class Authorization C: Authorized A

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    TABLE 3.1.3: SUMMARY OF POLICIES, S

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    Category Water Quality - Municipal

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    • Provide guidelines to carry out

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    • Maintain pre-development flow d

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    4. IMPACT ASSESSMENT As outlined in

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    Location TABLE 4.1.1: FREQUENCY FLO

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    Location TABLE 4.1.3: FREQUENCY FLO

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    Furthermore, the floodplain mapping

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    4.1.3 Erosion As part of the geomor

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    the channel bed and banks. Selectio

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    planning level estimate of the vari

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    A comparison of the Fort Erie Offic

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    Baker TABLE 4.3.1: POTENTIAL INCURS

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    TABLE 4.3.2: TERRESTRIAL NATURAL HE

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    Summary The factors that scored a H

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    maximize available agricultural lan

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    uffer zones. Livestock trampling an

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    stream bank conditions and minimize

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    5. WATERSHED MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITI

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    certain circumstances, the municipa

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    − − − Flooding and conveyance

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    Restoration The remaining watercour

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    • Alternate agriculture options t

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    • Improve conveyance (watercourse

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    These habitats provide a simple eco

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    TABLE 5.3.1: INTEGRATED WATERCOURSE

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    TABLE 5.3.1: INTEGRATED WATERCOURSE

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    TABLE 5.3.4: INTEGRATED RATING OF T

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    TABLE 5.3.6: INTEGRATED RATING OF T

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    TABLE 5.3.8: INTEGRATED RATING OF T

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    TABLE 5.3.10: INTEGRATED RATING OF

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    TABLE 5.3.12: INTEGRATED RATING OF

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    TABLE 5.3.14: INTEGRATED RATING OF

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    The local management opportunities

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    add many biological and hydrologica

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    (c) (d) (e) (f) Generally locate co

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    Watercourses (erosion, fisheries) T

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    Watercourses (erosion, fisheries) T

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    TABLE 5.4.8: SUMMARY OF LOCAL OPPOR

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    REACH NAME TABLE 5.4.12: PLANNING L

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    TABLE 5.4.16: PLANNING LEVEL BELT W

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    6. IMPLEMENTATION In section 5, a l

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    TABLE 6.1.1: SUMMARY OF PRIORITIZED

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    TABLE 6.1.4: SUMMARY OF PRIORITIZED

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    TABLE 6.1.8: SUMMARY OF PRIORITIZED

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    TABLE 6.1.11: SUMMARY OF PRIORITIZE

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    TABLE 6.1: SOME POSSIBLE INDICATORS

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    7. CONCLUSIONS The Fort Erie Creeks

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    Dillon Consulting, Brook McIlroy In

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    Ontario Ministry of Natural Resourc

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    Culvert Any closed channel or large

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    Forest Patch The polygon formed by

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    Master Drainage Plan A comprehensiv

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    Protection Where there are some thr

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    Upland An area where well or rapidl

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    STJ SWH SWM SWMHYMO THR WSPA WSEL Y

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