The B.C. Ministry of Environment is preparing water quality assessments and objectives in priority water basins in British Columbia. This report proposes water quality objectives for use by environmental managers and by the Greater Vancouver Regional District in preparing a liquid waste management plan. This report describes the water quality within that part of the Pitt-Coquitlam area downstream from Kanaka Creek and includes Kanaka Creek, the Coquitlam River, the Pitt River, and the Brunette River as well as their tributaries. Presented within this report are data collected to about June 1986.
L.G. Swain. 1989. Coquitlam-Pitt River Area Tributaries to the Lower Fraser River Along the North Shore Water Quality Assessment and Objectives. BC Ministry of Environment
Keywords: water quality assessments, water quality objectives, GVRD, Kanaka Creek, Coquitlam River, Pitt River, Brunette River
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