Fisheries Resources and Fisheries Potential of Williston Reservoir and Its Tributary Streams, Vol. II
Fisheries Resources Potential of Williston Lake Tributaries : A Preliminary OverviewMicroform - 1985
In 1975, a study of the Williston Lake fisheries resource was initiated as one component of the Williston Potentials Study. An important part of the fisheries study was to survey streams in the reservoir watershed, to locate and describe important spawning areas in tributaries and evaluate reproductive and rearing capacity for stream resident and reservoir fish, and to determine fish species and diversity. Williston Lake is located 240 km north of Prince George and was formed by construction of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam on the Peace River. The physical habitat was described and samples were taken of fish and water for chemical analysis. Assessments were made of the streams of the Parsnip Reach Basin, the Finlay Reach Basin and the Peace Reach Basin.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Environment, 1985
Description: 150 p. : maps, ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 90-06966