This document presents a summary of the ambient water quality of Christina Lake, British Columbia and proposes water quality objectives designed to protect existing and future water uses. The water quality assessment for the lake and an evaluation of the watershed forms the basis for the recommendations and objectives. Ecosystem objectives were established for the phytoplankton, periphyton, and zooplankton communities. Ambient water objectives were set for dissolved oxygen, turbidity, nutrients, clarity, chlorophyll a, and coliform bacteria. Recommendations for future monitoring are also provided.
Cavanagh, Nigel, Nordin, Rick; Bryan Jim. 1994. Christina Lake Water Quality Assessment and Objectives Technical Appendix. BC Ministry of Environment Lands and Parks
Keywords: Christina Lake, Water Quality, Assessment, Objectives
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