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Data last updated July 27, 2021
Metadata last updated May 8, 2022
Created July 27, 2021
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Data collection infoWolverton Creek was field assessed in September and October 2006. Observations regarding sediment sources, sediment delivery mechanisms, sediment transport, channel morphology and historical flooding were made during the field review as well as an assessment of riparian condition and function. Additional information regarding the physical condition of the watershed and hillslope processes was gained through analysis of recent air photographs, terrain stability maps, forest cover and development maps.
Data processingReport prepared by Kim Green, P. Geo of Apex Geoscience Consultants Ltd.
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Resource citationGreen, K. (Apex Geoscience Consultants Ltd.). (2006). Wolverton Creek Hydrogeomorphic Risk Assessment (Apex File: HA-06-KL-01). Prepared for Stan Hadikin, R.P.F. Kalesnikoff Lumber Co. Ltd. Columbia Basin Water Hub [Resource]. Nelson, BC. https://doi.org/10.48511/6F6P-Q042
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Resource locationRoughly 500 metres of the channel above Naychuck Road and 2.5 km of channel in the headwaters portion was field assessed. The outlet of Coolie Lake was also inspected during the field investigation. The central portion of the stream was not field assessed due to poor access and the presence of steep bedrock canyons.
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Citation (Required) Green, K. (Apex Geoscience Consultants Ltd.). (2006). Wolverton Creek Hydrogeomorphic Risk Assessment (Apex File: HA-06-KL-01). Prepared for Stan Hadikin, R.P.F. Kalesnikoff Lumber Co. Ltd. Columbia Basin Water Hub [Resource]. Nelson, BC. https://doi.org/10.48511/6F6P-Q042
Resource Location Roughly 500 metres of the channel above Naychuck Road and 2.5 km of channel in the headwaters portion was field assessed. The outlet of Coolie Lake was also inspected during the field investigation. The central portion of the stream was not field assessed due to poor access and the presence of steep bedrock canyons.
Data Collection Information Wolverton Creek was field assessed in September and October 2006. Observations regarding sediment sources, sediment delivery mechanisms, sediment transport, channel morphology and historical flooding were made during the field review as well as an assessment of riparian condition and function. Additional information regarding the physical condition of the watershed and hillslope processes was gained through analysis of recent air photographs, terrain stability maps, forest cover and development maps.
Data Processing Report prepared by Kim Green, P. Geo of Apex Geoscience Consultants Ltd.
Data Disclaimer No warranty or guarantee exists that the information is accurate, complete, current, or suitable for any purpose. The individual user must confirm the accuracy of the data and whether it will be appropriate for their purpose.
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