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The Management Plan sections (and supplements, where they exist) were formally adopted into the Fish and Wildlife Program.

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 10m  Entire plan
 1.1mExecutive Summary
 2mManagement Plan
 60k1. Agencies and their jurisdictional responsibilities
 1.6m2. Climate summaries
 60k4. Brief geologic history
 110k5. Land forms
 7.7m6. Land-type association descriptions
7. Natural vegetation communities
 190k8. USFWS listed and candidate species
 140k9. General Descriptions of Major Wetland Plant Communities in
the upper portion of the Flathead Subbasin
10. Habitat type groups
 150k11. Descriptions of habitat groups
 570k12. MFWP comments
 180k13. Aquatic and terrestrial vertebrate species occurrences
 230k14. CSKT sensitive species and heritage program ranks for species
 880k15. Red and blue-listed vertebrate and vascular plant species
 80k16. Listed species and species of concern by agency
 80k17. Excerpt from Critical Lands Status Report
 460k18. Excerpt from Return to the River
 4.7m19. Excerpt on the Limnology of Flathead Lake
 160k20. 303(d) Impaired Waters Database
 6.4m21. Barriers map
 1.6m22. Draft nutrient management plan and total maximum daily load
 410k23-25. Bull trout baseline conditions
 290k26. Qualitative Habitat Assessment (QHA): Stream and Lake Habitat Attribute Scores
 270k27. Target species descriptions
 150k28. Geomorphology
 6.4m29. Ecologically Significant Wetlands: North Fork
 3m29b. Ecologically Significant Wetlands: Flathead, Stillwater, and Swan
 110k30. Fire effects on key ecological processes in forested ecosystems
 480k31. Disturbance processes and functions of habitat groups
 280k32. Historic vegetation conditions
 1.2m33. Forest resources
 2.7m34. Departure from historic vegetation conditions
 330k35. Pre-1850 species list
 100k36. KEFs by biome
 150k37. IBIS methods
 80k39. Historic records of bull trout
 80k40. Life history of bull trout
 7.6m41. Bull trout maps
 100k42. Brook trout streams
43. Summary of Section 7 consultation baseline reports
 640k44. USFS Region 1 Cohesive Strategy Team Vulnerabilty Analysis
 2m45. American Wildlands GIS-based coarse-scale analysis
 5.8m46. Westslope cutthroat trout (WCT) genetic distribution & status
 4.2m48. WCT distribution & conservation classes
 250k50. Creston National Fish Hatchery: HGMP
 120k51. WCT broodstock history
52. Montana trout genetic data set
 630k53. WCT status review
 5.4m54. WCT status review: Update
55. WCT risk scores
 740k56. Management of Montana amphibians
 2m57. Predicted distributions of terrestrial vertebrates species
 210k58. Flathead Forest Plan Amendment 21, Appendix IV Subbasins and Geographic Unit Descriptions
 5.7m59. The Transboundary Flathead
 23m60. Transboundary Cumulative Effects Analysis for the Grizzly Bear
 220k61. USGS Gaging Station hydrologic data
 200k62. QHA user's guide
 2m63. Hydrography maps
 100k64. Excerpt from Hungry Horse scientific framework
 920k65. Pathogens
 410k66. KEC analysis
 500k67. Review of bull trout life-history and habitat use in relation to compensation and improvement opportunities
 210k68. Bull trout data for Hungry Horse and South Fork Flathead
 1.5m69. Bull Trout Draft Recovery Plan. Chapter 3: Clark Fork
 510k70. Trilinear Water Quality Diagram
 web71. Hydrologic Click Map (web-based map navigation)
 6.5m72. The Nature Conservancy's SITES model wide-ranging carnivore resource selection functions map
73. Wildlife Habitat Impact Assessment Tool
 3.5m74. South Fork Flathead Watershed Westslope Cutthroat Trout Conservation Program Annual Report
 2.1m75. Key hydrologic attributes of HUC-6 watersheds
76. Land cover type of HUC-6 watersheds
77. Land use in HUC-6 watersheds
 390k78. British Columbia bull trout brochure
 720k79. British Columbia WCT brochure
 390k80. Sekokini Springs HGMP
 12m81. Inventory of Flathed River and Tributaries
 740k82. North Fork of the Flathead: A Canadian view (article)
 80k83. EDT explanation
 130k84. Bull trout glossary
 60k85. Historic bull trout articles
 130k86. Bull trout genetics GNP
 710k87. Further evidence that lake trout displace bull trout
 500k93. Impacts of climate change on the Pacific Northwest
 80k94. Study proposal for BPA-funded basin assessment
 1.7m95. New resident fish monitoring project called for by NPCC Mainstem Amendment
 1.2m96. ISRP presentation
  97. Near-term opportunities maps (too large to download; call for CD)
 110k98. Public involvement/communication component
 2.8m99. Big Creek TMDL

Updates: 10/31/05: Updated mgmt plan, inventory, 12/22/04: Added appendices; 10/15/04: Replaced plan with final amendment version