Preliminary Survey of Juvenile Salmonid Rearing Habitat Summer 1976: Upper Kistumkalum River and Tributaries

A preliminary study of the juvenile salmonid populations of the Upper Kalum River and its tributaries was conducted during August 1976. The objectives of the study were: to locate and describe the preferred rearing habitat of juvenile salmonids in the Kalum River above Kalum Lake and in the tributaries above the lake, to collect samples of rainbow, cutthroat and Dolly Varden for life history study, and to assess the fisheries value of the Kalum and its tributaries in the terms of salmonid rearing habitat.

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Author Morris, M. and B. Eccles
Data Steward BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Publication Year 1976