Hill Creek Spawning Channel

Integrated Ecological Research prepared this report for the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP) to document the effect of scarification on the levels of induced fine sediment and its dispersal at the Hill Creek Spawning Channel (HCSC).

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Data Collection Organization Integrated Ecological Research
Data Steward Email quamme@ecological.bc.ca
Citation Quamme, D. and Arndt, S. (2007). Hill Creek Spawning Channel - 2006 Scarification Monitoring and Suspended Sediment Assessment. Prepared for Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program - Columbia Basin. Prepared by Darcie Quamme, MSc., R.P. Bio. Integrated Ecological Research, Nelson, BC and Steve Arndt, MSc. Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program 103-333 Victoria St., Nelson, BC. Columbia Basin Water Hub (Resource). Nelson, BC. (DOI).
Dataset Upload Year 2021
Funding Description The FWCP is a joint initiative between BC Hydro, the Ministry of Environment and Fisheries & Oceans Canada to conserve and enhance fish and wildlife populations affected by the construction of BC Hydro dams in Canada's portion of the Columbia Basin.
Data Disclaimer No warranty or guarantee exists that the information is accurate, complete, current, or suitable for any purpose. The individual user must confirm the accuracy of the data and whether it will be appropriate for their purpose.
Data Type Stream
Keywords Fish,Habitat,Water Quality,People and Perspectives
Other Data Sources N/A
Brief description of location The HCSC is located 53 km north of Nakusp at the north end of Upper Arrow Lake.
Latitude 50.675155
Longitude -117.81242
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