Snow Depth Survey of the Parsnip and Finlay River Drainages, Williston Reservoir Watershed, March 1994Microform - 2002
Snow depth measurements are relatively good indicators of winter habitat suitability for grazing & shrub-browsing ungulates. This report presents results of a 1994 snow depth survey of mainly low-elevation sites within the Parsnip & Finlay drainages of the Williston Reservoir watershed in British Columbia. Measurements were made at 104 sites, 61 of which had been surveyed in a snow-depth study in 1990. Survey procedures are described and results are presented, with comparisons where possible to the results of the 1990 survey. Based on the results, areas of potential winter range for ungulates are identified.
Publisher: Prince George, BC : BC Hydro, Peace/Williston Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program, 2002
Description: 23 p. : maps, ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 105-02376