This document is one in a series that describes ambient Water Quality Objectives for British Columbia. It has two parts: the following overview and a technical appendix which is available as a separate document. The overview provides general information about water quality in the main stem of the Fraser River from Moose Lake to Hope in the main river reaches. These reaches are from Moose Lake to Tete Jaune Cache, from Tete Jaune Cache to the Nechako River confluence, and from the Nechako River confluence to Hope. The technical appendix presents details of a recent water quality assessment for these reaches and forms the basis for recommendations and objectives presented in the overview. The overview is intended for both technical readers and others who may not be familiar with the process of setting water quality objectives. Separate tables listing water quality objectives and monitoring recommendations are included for those readers requiring data about these waterbodies. A separate report will be published
Swain, L.G.. 1981. Water Quality Assessments and Objectives for the Fraser River from Moose Lake to Hope. BC Ministry of Environment
Keywords: water quality, assessment, objectives
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