Mid-Bulkley Detailed Fish Habitat/Riparian/Channel Assessment for Watershed Restoration

The Fish Habitat and Assessment Procedure (FHAP) is a means of assessing watersheds with a history of anthropogenic activity for impacts to fish and fish habitats using a set of integrated physical and biological indicators. For each area in the Mid-Bulkley watershed, land use assessments, riparian assessments, channel assessments, fish and fish habitat assessments, impact synopses, and restrictions and recommendations for habitat improvement are delivered. The purpose of this plan is to guide sub-basin restoration priorities and timing, and to integrate individual restoration prescriptions with overall watershed-level goals.

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Data Steward BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Publication Year 1998