In 1975 a study of the Williston Lake fisheries resource was initiated by the Fish and Wildlife Branch. This study was one component of the Williston Potentials Study. During surveys of Williston Lake tributaries in the Parsnip, Finlay and Peace basins of Williston Lake, numerous photographs were taken. These pictures document various characteristics; e.g., streambed composition, flow character, streambank and upland disturbance, falls, rapids, effects of drawdown, erosion, presence of spawning, rearing and overwintering habitats, beaver dams, access, net sampling locations, and reach attributes. Because of the large numbers of photographs involved, a supplementary report was the most efficient format in which to present this ancillary information.
Bruce, P.G, Starr, P.J.. 1985. Photo-documentation of Williston Lake Tributaries for the 1975 Assessment of Fisheries Resource Potential. Ministry of Environment. Fisheries Technical Circular. FTC69A
Topic: Fish and Fish Habitats
Keywords: williston lake, fisheries, fisheries resource, fish and wildlife branch
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