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Streamline; Vol. 2; No. 2; Summer 1997 Soto, Christina (editor)
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Abstract: The Malksope River system, situated immediately south of Brooks Peninsula on Vancouver Island, British Columbia drains into Malksope Inlet and Checkleset Bay (Figure 1). The watershed comprises a total stream length of approximately 45.2 km and approximately 31 km of the wetted stream length is categorized as first order watercourse. Steep gradients prevent fish from utilizing the majority of stream habitat within these reaches. The mainstem extends only 9.7 km, and of this, 5.6 km are accessible to anadromous fish species that include chinook, coho, sockeye, and chum salmon, and steelhead and cutthroat trout. Pink salmon had not been documented in this system for 27 years but were observed in snorkel surveys in 1996.
 
Soto, Christina (editor). 1997. Streamline; Vol. 2; No. 2; Summer 1997. Ministry of Environment, Watershed Restoration Program. Streamline. Vol. 2. No. 2
 
Topic: Conservation + Management (Ecosystems-Habitat)
Keywords: malksope river, river system, stream, management
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