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Assessment of Powers Creek Rainbow Trout Carrying Capacity (August 1979) Tredger, C.D.
1988
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Abstract: In late July and early August 1979, the Fisheries Improvement Unit of the British Columbia Recreational Fisheries Branch, at the request of the regional fisheries biologist, undertook an intensive biophysical assessment of the first 2.7 km of Powers Creek, a tributary to Okanagan Lake. Evaluation was restricted to the first 2.7 km since further upstream passage by game fish (e.g., rainbow trout and kokanee) from Okanagan Lake is prevented by a series of impassable falls. Investigations were premised on the need to identify stream carrying capacity for juvenile rainbow trout prior to endorsing specific action(s) for trout habitat restoration and improvement. Assessment work in 1979 focussed on habitat occupation and standing crop of juvenile trout in relation to existing habitat diversity and quality in the accessible length of stream. In 1986, stream transect data was collected as part of the Fisheries Improvement Unit's involvement in kokanee enhancement opportunity assessment. The 1986 data was used as a co
 
Tredger, C.D., Wightman, J.C.. 1988. Assessment of Powers Creek Rainbow Trout Carrying Capacity (August 1979). Ministry of Environment and Parks. Fisheries Report. FRN318
 
Topic: Fish and Fish Habitats
Keywords: Powers Creek, steelhead, rainbow trout, longnose dace, prickly sculpin, burbot, kokanee salmon, density, biomass, size, growth, habitat, standing crop, carrying capacity, population estimates
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Lota lota, Oncorhynchus nerka, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Rhinichthys cataractae, Cottus asper
ISBN:  English Name: Longnose Dace, Sockeye Salmon, Prickly Sculpin, Burbot, Rainbow Trout
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