Fig. 10. Clark Fork River, Montana, with proposed Rosgen C-type channel alignment superimposed on 1907 (predam) topographic map. Flow in the Clark Fork is from the southeast to the northwest (lower right to upper left). Milltown Dam is located just downstream of the confluence of the Blackfoot River, which enters the Clark Fork from the northeast. Each square section is 1 mile (1.6 km) per side. Original map published by the U.S. Geological Survey at 1:62,500 scale. The proposed meandering channel, based on plans presented in Land & Water Consulting, Inc. and Rosgen (2003), is shown in red. (Figure courtesy of John Moore, University of Montana.)