Williams Lake has displayed less than ideal water quality for many years. The lake has large recreational potential if water quality were improved. Improvements to the sport fishery would also be expected with improved water quality. At present, the city of Williams Lake draws its drinking water from groundwater wells but thsi is of relatively poor quality and the lake might be considered as a source if water quality were improved.
Nordin, Richard N. 1991. Laboratory Aeration Experiment Williams lake Conditions. BC Ministry of Environment
Keywords: Laboratory, Aeration Experiment, Williams lake,
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