This report summarizes the findings of the 2001-2008 water quality attainment monitoring of the Oyster River watershed, located southwest of Campbell River on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The sampling program was based on the Oyster River water quality objectives report (Nagpal, 1990). At that time, forestry was the main land use activity in the watershed, and there was concern that proposed mining developments would impact water quality in the future. To date, no mining has occurred in the watershed. In the upper watershed, forestry continues to be the main land use activity; however, rural residential development and agriculture are the main land use activities in the lower watershed.
Obee, N., Barlak, R., Epps, D.. 2010. Oyster River, Vancouver Island Water Quality Objectives Attainment Report 2001-2008
Topic: Water Quality
Keywords: water quality, attainment report, oyster river
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