Attainment of Water Quality Objectives for Lakelse Lake in 2001-2003

Designated water uses for Lakelse Lake include raw drinking water supplies, primary-contact recreation, and aquatic and wildlife use. Water quality objectives set to protect the lake for these designated uses include: fecal coliform concentrations at beaches and water intakes, turbidity, dissolved oxygen, total phosphorus, and chlorophyll a. This report summarizes levels of attainment in 2001, 2002 and 2003, and provides recommendations for updating the objectives.

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Author Downie, A.J. and J. Kokelj
Data Steward BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Publication Year 2004