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Arrow Reservoir Limnology and Trophic Status - Year 2 (1998/99) Report Pieters, Roger
1999
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Abstract: This report reviews the second year (1998) of limnological work examining the trophic status of Arrow Lakes Reservoir, as driven by rapidly declining native kokanee stocks (Oncorhynchus nerka). Arrow Reservoir was formed from the Upper and Lower Arrow Lakes by completion of the Hugh Keenleyside Dam in 1967. Arrow Reservoir is part of the Columbia River and has two upstream dams, Revelstoke (1984) and Mica (1973).The resulting upstream reservoirs act as nutrient traps, reducing the already naturally low levels of nutrients in Arrow Reservoir. Unlike its neighbour Kootenay Lake, which is one of the most studied in British Columbia, Arrow Reservoir has historically received little limnological attention. 1998 was dominated by an ENSO (El Nino/Southern Oscillatiion) event. It saw some very fine weather ...
 
Pieters, Roger, Thompson, Lisa C.; Vidmanic, Lidija; Roushorne, Meghan; Stockner, John; Hall, Ken; Young, Mark; Pond, Steve; Derham, Matthew; Ashley, Ken; Lindsay, Bob; Lawrence, Greg; Sebastian, Dale; Scholten, George;McLaughlin, Fiona; Wuest, Alfred; Matzinger, Andreas; Carmack, Eddy. 1999. Arrow Reservoir Limnology and Trophic Status - Year 2 (1998/99) Report. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Fisheries Project Report. RD 72
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: Arrow Reservoir, Lower Arrow Lake, Upper Arrow Lake, limnology, water quality, biological assessment, kokanee, Mysis relicta
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Oncorhynchus nerka
ISBN:  English Name: Sockeye Salmon
Other Identifier: FPR RD 72
 
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