SUGAR CAMP CREEK ISGS #74 - Illinois Department Of Transportation

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SUGAR CAMP CREEK WETLAND COMPENSATION SITE FAP 312 Sequence #9282 Franklin County, Northern Township, Illinois Primary Project Manager: Gregory A. Shofner Secondary Project Manager: Geoffrey E. Pociask ISGS #74 SITE HISTORY C December 2004: ISGS submitted an Initial Site Evaluation Report to IDOT. C MarchBApril 2005: IDOT issued a task order for a Level II hydrogeologic characterization of the site, and ISGS data collection was initiated with installation of wells, stage gauges, and data loggers. C May 2005: IDOT constructed an earthen dam, approximately 30 m (100 ft) southeast of RDS 2, in the north/south ditch within Area A. C July 2005: IDOT issued a separate task order for hydrologic monitoring of a 7.9-ha (19.5-ac) wetland mitigation area in the southeast portion of the site, called Area A in this report. Area A is considered to be in post-construction monitoring. WETLAND HYDROLOGY CALCULATION FOR 2005 We estimate that 4.4 ha (10.9 ac) of the total site area of 50.6 ha (125 ac), including Area A, satisfied wetland hydrology criteria (Environmental Laboratory 1987) for greater than 5% of the growing season in 2005, whereas 1.3 ha (3.1 ac) satisfied wetland hydrology criteria for greater than 12.5% of the growing season. Within Area A, 1.1 ha (2.8 ac) satisfied wetland hydrology criteria for greater than 5% of the growing season, of which 0.9 ha (2.2 ac) satisfied wetland hydrology criteria for greater than 12.5% of the growing season. This estimate is based on the following factors: C According to the Midwestern Climate Center, the median date that the growing season begins in nearby Du Quoin, Illinois, is April 5 and the season lasts 207 days; 5% of the growing season is 10 days, and 12.5% of the growing season is 26 days. C Precipitation was 87% of normal for the monitoring period. January to March precipitation ranged from above normal to normal, but the early growing season was dry due to unusually low precipitation from April through June, when it was 47% of normal. Precipitation during late August to mid September produced more extensive wetland hydrology within Area A, but not elsewhere on the site. C Wells 2S, 4S, 8S, 9S, 12S, 14S, and 19S satisfied wetland hydrology criteria for greater than 5% of the growing season. Wells 4S, 12S, 14S, and 19S satisfied wetland hydrology criteria for greater than 12.5% of the growing season. C In Sugar Camp Creek, logger data from Gauge A showed a maximum stage of 123.6 m (405.7 ft), which was not sufficient to inundate any portion of the site. 219

C In the northern part of Area A, RDS 2 recorded surface-water levels at or above 123.28 m elevation (404.46 ft) for greater than 5% of the growing season, and at or above 123.23 m (404.30 ft) elevation for greater than 12.5% of the growing season. C Active drainage ditches in the southeastern and western parts of the site promoted drainage of those areas, likely restricting the extent of wetland hydrology in the vicinity of the ditches, including Area A. An exception is in the northwestern part of Area A, where surface water was retained in low areas north of the earthen dam after construction in May 2005. C Areas satisfying wetland hydrology criteria were calculated using GIS methods, and wetland hydrology polygons were drawn on an IDOT topographic map (0.1-m contour interval). Instrument locations were determined using GPS. PLANNED FUTURE ACTIVITIES C Additional monitoring instruments will be deployed within Area A, and at other locations on the site. C A Level II hydrogeologic characterization report is in preparation. 220

Sugar Camp Creek Wetland Compensation Site (FAP 312) General Study Area and Vicinity from the USGS Topographic Series, Ewing, IL 7.5-minute Quadrangle (USGS 1974) contour interval is 10 feet 14 ILIL14 t Ben o 8 n- mile s 0 0 600 m 2,400 ft Site boundary 221

Sugar Camp Creek Wetland Compensation Site (FAP 312) Estimated Areal Extent of 2005 Wetland Hydrology based on data collected between March 30, 2005 and September 20, 2005 Map based on USGS digital orthophotograph, Ewing SE quarter quadrangle, aerial photography from April 1988 (ISGS 2000) Gauge D Gauge A 10S 9S 2005 Wetland Hydrology 1S 5% of the growing season 2S 3S 22S-RDS 12.5% of the growing season 23S 23M 22L 20S 22M 19S 4S In-Situ data logger monitoring well rain gauge staff gauge RDS data logger 5S 6S 11S 13S 12S Area A Earthen dam 14S Gauge B RDS1 15S 16S 21S Gauge C RDS2 17S 0 0 7S 8S 18S 222 200 m 600 ft

Sugar Camp Creek Wetland Compensation Site September 1, 2004 to September 20, 2005 Water-Level Elevations at Monitoring Instruments Located on the East Side of Sugar Camp Creek Well 9S Well 10S Well 11S Well 12S Well 13S Well 14S Well 15S Well 16S Well 17S Well 18S Well 19S Well 20S Well 23S Well 23M Gauge B Gauge C water not detected RDS 1 RDS 2 124.0 123.5 123.0 Oct 2005 Sep 2005 Aug 2005 Jul 2005 Jun 2005 May 2005 Apr 2005 Mar 2005 Feb 2005 Jan 2005 Dec 2004 Nov 2004 Oct 2004 Sep 2004 122.5 Aug 2004 223 Elevation (in m referenced to NAVD, 1988) 124.5

Sugar Camp Creek Wetland Compensation Site September 1, 2004 to September 6, 2005 Depth to Water at Monitoring Instruments Located on the East Side of Sugar Camp Creek Well 9S Well 10S Well 11S Well 12S Well 13S Well 14S Well 15S Well 16S Well 17S Well 18S Well 19S Well 20S Well 23S Well 23M 0.0 0.5 1.0 Oct 2005 Sep 2005 Aug 2005 Jul 2005 Jun 2005 May 2005 Apr 2005 Mar 2005 Feb 2005 Jan 2005 Dec 2004 Nov 2004 Oct 2004 Sep 2004 1.5 Aug 2004 224 Depth (in m referenced to land surface) -0.5

Sugar Camp Creek Wetland Compensation Site September 1, 2004 to September 6, 2005 Water-Level Elevations at Monitoring Instruments Located on the West Side of Sugar Camp Creek 125.0 Well 1S Well 2S Well 3S Well 4S Well 5S Well 6S Well 7S Well 8S Well 21S Well 22S tape Well 22M Well 22L tape water not detected Well 22S RDS Well 22L In-Situ 124.0 123.5 123.0 122.5 122.0 121.5 Oct 2005 Sep 2005 Aug 2005 Jul 2005 Jun 2005 May 2005 Apr 2005 Mar 2005 Feb 2005 Jan 2005 Dec 2004 Nov 2004 Oct 2004 Sep 2004 121.0 Aug 2004 225 Elevation (in m referenced to NAVD, 1988) 124.5

Sugar Camp Creek Wetland Compensation Site September 1, 2004 to September 6, 2005 Depth to Water at Monitoring Instruments Located on the West Side of Sugar Camp Creek -0.5 Well 1S Well 2S Well 3S Well 4S Well 5S Well 6S Well 7S Well 8S Well 21S Well 22S Well 22M Well 22L water not detected Well 22S RDS Well 22L In-Situ 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 Oct 2005 Sep 2005 Aug 2005 Jul 2005 Jun 2005 May 2005 Apr 2005 Mar 2005 Feb 2005 Jan 2005 Dec 2004 Nov 2004 Oct 2004 Sep 2004 3.0 Aug 2004 226 Depth (in m referenced to land surface) 0.0

Sugar Camp Creek Wetland Compensation Site September 1, 2004 to September 6, 2005 Water-Level Elevations at Monitoring Instruments Located in Sugar Camp Creek 124.0 123.0 122.5 Gauge D Gauge A In-Situ 122.0 121.5 121.0 Oct 2005 Sep 2005 Aug 2005 Jul 2005 Jun 2005 May 2005 Apr 2005 Mar 2005 Feb 2005 Jan 2005 Dec 2004 Nov 2004 Oct 2004 Sep 2004 120.5 Aug 2004 227 Elevation (in m referenced to NAVD, 1988) 123.5

Sugar Camp Creek Wetland Compensation Site September 2004 through August 2005 Total Monthly Precipitation Recorded On Site and at the Du Quoin, IL Weather Station 12 11 10 8 on-site rain gauge installed 03/22/2005 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Aug 2005 Jul 2005 Jun 2005 May 2005 Apr 2005 Mar 2005 Feb 2005 Jan 2005 Dec 2004 Nov 2004 Oct 2004 0 Sep 2004 Precipitation (inches) 9 monthly precipitation recorded at weather station (Midwestern Regional Climate Center) monthly precipitation recorded on site by ISGS 1971-2000 monthly average precipitation (National Water and Climate Center) 1971-2000 monthly 30% above average threshold (National Water and Climate Center) 1971-2000 monthly 30% below average threshold (National Water and Climate Center) data incomplete Graph last updated October 24, 2005 228

Sugar Camp Creek Wetland Compensation Site September 1, 2004 to September 20, 2005 Water-Level Elevations at Monitoring Instruments Located on the East Side of Sugar Camp Creek 122.5 123.0 123.5 124.0 124.5 Aug 2004 Sep 2004 Oct 2004 Nov 2004 Dec 2004 Jan 2005 Feb 2005 Mar 2005 Apr 2005 May 2005 Jun 2005 Jul 2005 Aug 2005 Sep 2005 Oct 2005

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