Road Stream Crossing Site TBW_TBMO161

Thunder Bay River Watershed, Webber Creek tributary
Fairrier Road
Rust Twp, Montmorency County
Information collected by:
Huron Pines
Site Location
GPS Coordinates: 44.91804 , -83.93433
T29N R4E Sec 10
Owned by Private
Perch Height: 0.5 ft.
Total Erosion: 6.3273 tons/year
Severity: Severe
Year Inventoried: 2017
Site ID
Upstream Conditions
Downstream Conditions
Road Approach - Left
Road Approach - Right
Crossing Information
Type of Crossing: culvert(s)
Number of Structures: 1
Structure Shape: Round
Inlet Type: Projecting
Outlet Type: At Stream Grade
Structure Material: Metal
Structure Substrate: None
General Conditions: Poor
Structure Interior: corrugated
Dimensions of Structure: Length 34 ft. , Width 2 ft. , Height 2 ft.
Percentage Plugged: Outlet: 51% to 75%
Perch Height: 0.5 ft.
Structure Inlet
Water Depth: 0.4 ft.
Embedded Depth of Structure: 0 ft.
Water Velocity*: 1 ft./sec.
Structure Outlet
Water Depth: 0.1 ft.
Embedded Depth of Structure: 0 ft.
Water Velocity*: 5.8 ft./sec.
*Water Velocities were measured at the Surface (with Meter)
Additional Comments
MULITPLE CULVERTS DIRECTING WATER (SEE DRAWING ON DATA SHEET), No Riffle taken because this connected with TBMO160 before an adequate riffle was observed
Stream Information
Stream Flow: Less than Bankfull
Road Information
Sand County Road
Road Condition: Fair
Road Width at Culvert: 22 ft.
Location of Low Point: At Stream
Runoff Path: Roadway
Fill Depth: 1 ft.
Slope: More than 1:2
Fill Depth: 1 ft.
Slope: More than 1:2
Left Approach
Length: 0 ft.
Slope: Less Than 1%
Vegetation: Heavy
LS Factor: 0.05
Erosion: 0 tons/year
Right Approach
Length: 600 ft.
Slope: 6% to 10%
Vegetation: Heavy
LS Factor: 1.74
Erosion: 6.3273 tons/year
Erosion Information
Total Erosion at Crossing: 6.3273 tons/year
Extent of Erosion: Stabilized
Erosion is occurring and corrective actions can be installed to address the problem.
Summary Information
Fish Passage is an area of concern for this site. CULVERT SIGNIFICANTLY UNDERSIZED
These non-native species were observerd at this site: Queen Anne's Lace, Spotted Knapweed, COMMON Buckthorn