The relationship between streamside vegetation and salmonid stream ecology has been one of the most neglected areas of fisheries research in British Columbia. These notes attempt to suggest the probable importance of streamside vegetation to stream organisms (especially fish), by reviewing information gathered by workers elsewhere and relating this information to British Columbia streams.
Burns, J.E.. 1970. The Importance of Streamside Vegetation to Trout and Salmon In British Columbia. Department of Recreation and Conservation. Fisheries Technical Circular. 1