The effects of hypolimnetic aeration on the fisheries habitat of St. Mary Lake were investigated. The lake experienced poor water quality which was caused by excessive internal phosphorus loading. The parameters considered were dissolved oxygen, water temperature, Secchi transparencies, and zooplankton communities. The quality of the sport fishery was also investigated.
Rieberger, Kevin. 1992. St. Mary Lake, Fish Habitat Effects of Hypolimnetic Aeration. BC Ministry of Environment
Keywords: St. Mary Lake, Fish Habitat, Hypolimnetic Aeration
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