The assessment of water quality in the Upper Columbia River area was divided into two reports. A separate report deals with the headwaters of the Columbia River and includes Columbia Lake, Windermere Lake and the Columbia River between the lakes. This reports deals with the Columbia River further downstream. It includes the Columbia River between Toby Creek and Edgewater and three tributaries to the Columbia River including Toby Creek, Sinclair Creek, and the Spillimacheen River. The purpose of this report is to assess the state of water quality and develop water quality objectives where designated water uses are threatened, either now or in the future.
Nijman, R. 1985. Upper Columbia River, Toby Creek, Sinclair Creek, the Columbia River from Toby Creek to Edgewater, and the Spillimacheen River: Water Quality Assessment and Objectives, Technical Appendix. BC Ministry of Environment
Keywords: water quality, Upper Columbia River
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