Lower Skeena Fish Passage: Closed Bottom Structure Assessments 2009

This project included the planning, data collection and analysis phases of closed bottom structure assessments for the purpose of identifying fish passage barriers in need of restoration within the Lower Skeena priority area. The purpose of the project is to identify non-passable structures and rank them for remediation based on the anticipated increase in accessible fish habitat. The project was focused on the Lower Skeena watershed group within the Skeena sub-basin. The Lower Skeena area includes all major tributaries to the Skeena River east of the city of Terrace to Port Essington, with the exception of the Kalum and Lakelse watersheds. The Lower Skeena watershed fish passage project has been funded by Coast Tsimshian Resources Ltd. under the Forest Investment Account (FIA).

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Author Shauna Bennett
Last Updated September 26, 2019, 21:46 (UTC)
Created September 16, 2019, 18:50 (UTC)
Date Published March 2010