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Results of Implementation of the Okanagan Lake OLAP Andrusak, H.
2000
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Abstract: This report is the third in a series of the activities undertaken by participants involved in the Okanagan Lake Action Plan (OLAP). Results from 1999 fieldwork are reported and discussion is provided on future direction(s). The OLAP is attempting to gain a much better understanding of whole lake biological relationships as well as defining limiting factors and remedial measures that will result in recovery of the lakes' kokanee populations. Decline of lake productivity, mysid competition with kokanee for macrozooplankters and loss of kokanee spawning habitat have all been implicated in the dramatic decline in kokanee over the last three decades. In 1999, much of the study focus was aimed at habitat protection and restoration, estimates of primary and secondary production and feasibility of mysid harvest. Baseline limnological sampling and monitoring of kokanee spawner numbers continued while less emphasis was placed on large scale experiments and functional studies. Monitoring of stream flows has become a pri
 
Andrusak, H., Sebastian, D.; McGregor, I.; Matthews, S.; Smith, D.; Ashley, K.; Pollard, S.; Scholten, G.; Stockner, J.; Ward, P.; Kirk, R.; Lasenby, D.; Webster, J.; Whall, J.; Wilson, G.; Yassien, H.. 2000. Results of Implementation of the Okanagan Lake OLAP. Ministry of Environment. Fisheries Report. FRN320
 
Topic: Conservation + Management (Ecosystems-Habitat)
Keywords: okanagan lake action plan, olap, okanagan
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