Cranberry and Kitwanga Rivers Fish Passage Inspection and Restoration projects

A series of 5 studies on the Kitwanga & Cranberry rivers pertaining to fish passage crossings and water quality evaluations. The first four studies were focused on determining which stream crossings on the rivers were impeding fish movement, as well as identifying areas where water quality was detrimental to fish habitat and identifying the source of sediment input. The final study summarizes the restoration work done as a result of the studies. Restoration works included erosion control, road deactivation, fish passage improvements and landslide monitoring.

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Author Kevin Koch, BSc., Mike McCarthy, BSc., Gitanyow Fisheries Authority
Data Steward Gitanyow Fisheries Authority
Publication Year 2006 - 2008