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Fish Distribution Diversity and Habitat Use in the Similkameen Watershed Rosenfeld, Jordan
1996
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Abstract: To evaluate the potential impact of timber harvest on individual fish species and total fish species diversity, the degree of potential risk from logging needs to be evaluated for each species. The degree to which a species will be at risk from adverse effects of logging will be largely related to its habitat. Although the cumulative effects of poor logging practices may extend downstream to higher order reaches (Hartman and Scrivener 1990), species at greatest risk from the direct effects of logging are most likely to be either resident in small streams or species that are dependent on smaller streams (e.g., as spawning or rearing habitat) at some stage in their life history. This study has two objectives: (1) identify the habitats used by different fish species in the Similkameen watershed in order to identify which species occur in habitats that are most likely to be directly impacted by timber harvesting, and (2) identify habitat features that are correlated with high fish diversity within a watershed. Th
 
Rosenfeld, Jordan. 1996. Fish Distribution Diversity and Habitat Use in the Similkameen Watershed. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Fisheries Project Report. FPR52
 
Topic: Fish and Fish Habitats
Keywords: Similkameen, fish, habitat, diversity, logging, timber harvesting, kokanee salmon, common carp, chiselmouth, peamouth, brook trout, mountain whitefish, longnose dace, Umatilla dace, northern squawfish, pikeminnow, redside shiner, bridgelip sucker, coarsescale sucker, largescale sucker, prickly sculpin, mottled sculpin, slimy sculpin, torrent sculpin
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Cottus cognatus, Rhinichthys umatilla, Salvelinus fontinalis, Prosopium williamsoni, Catostomus macrocheilus, Catostomus columbianus, Ptychocheilus oregonensis, Cottus asper, Rhinichthys cataractae, Richardsonius balteatus, Cottus bairdii, Cottus rhotheus
ISBN:  English Name: Brook Trout, Longnose Dace, Largescale Sucker, Umatilla Dace, Slimy Sculpin, Pikeminnow, Torrent Sculpin, Prickly Sculpin, Redside Shiner, Bridgelip Sucker, Mottled Sculpin, Mountain Whitefish
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