19 datasets found

Organizations: Skeena Fisheries Commission

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  • Sockeye Salmon Juveniles in Chatham Sound 2007

    Juvenile sockeye migration routes and habitat use were explored in this study by examining the abundance of sockeye smolts, the timing of collections, the size of smolts and their diet, and by using microsatellite DNA analysis and mixed stock assignment...
  • Conserving Skeena Fish Populations and their Habitat

    This report constitutes the Skeena Watershed Fish Sustainability Process Stage I document. Conserving Skeena Fish Populations and Their Habitat describes the planning process that includes prioritizing and selecting sub-basins to review. A biophysical...
  • Conserving Lakelse Fish and their Habitat

    Lakelse Watershed backgrounder - This backgrounder has been updated for the use of the Lakelse Lake Sockeye Recovery Plan (LLSRP) planning table. It briefly presents at a watershed scale a biophysical profile, a description of the fisheries resource, and...
  • Conserving Kispiox Fish Populations and their Habitat

    This report was prepared for the Kispiox Watershed-based Fish Sustainability Plan (KWFSP) planning table. It briefly describes the origin, purpose, and benefits of Watershed-based Fish Sustainability Planning (WFSP), a four-stage planning sequence that...
  • An Investigation into the Feasibility of Modifying Derelict Dams to Improve S...

    Skeena Fisheries Commission (SFC), in partnership with the Lax Kw’alaams Fisheries Program conducted a feasibility assessment to determine whether salmon productivity in the Kloiya River and Rainbow Lake watersheds could be improved by modifying a series of...
  • Stock-specific distribution of juvenile Chinook salmon in the Skeena River

    The survey was conducted on microsatellite variation at 12 loci in approximately 1,360 juvenile Chinook salmon in the Skeena River drainage in northwestern British Columbia; this variation was used to estimate stock composition at five discrete geographic...
  • Sockeye Creel Study Skeena River 2011

    The Skeena Watershed is the second largest sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) producing watershed in British Columbia. Sockeye recreational fishing on the Skeena River and the Babine system has become increasingly popular since the fishery was opened in...
  • Skeena Sockeye Lakes Hydroacoustic Surveys

    Skeena Fisheries Commission (SFC) conducted hydroacoustic surveys at five sockeye rearing lakes in the Skeena Watershed. The main objectives of these surveys is to enumerate and sample the sockeye fry populations, and to estimate the species composition at...
  • Skeena River Chinook Baseline Sampling

    A large sampling program was undertaken in 2009 by the Skeena Fisheries Commission to improve the genetic baseline information on Skeena River Chinook.
  • Skeena Fish Populations and their Habitat

    This report is a follow-up to an earlier volume (Gottesfeld et al. 2002) which was prepared as part of the Skeena Watershed Fish Sustainability Plan process. The earlier report, Conserving Skeena Fish Populations and Their Habitat, presents an overview of...
  • Skeena Fish Passage Culvert Inspection (FPCI) Surveys

    In 2005, the Skeena Fisheries Commission was retained by the Pacific Salmon Commission to conduct a Fish Passage and Culvert Inspection (FPCI) on all non-bridged stream crossings distinguished with fish presence along Highway #16 between Terrace and Prince...
  • Skeena Basin - Coastal Planning Linkages

    This background report is a first step towards understanding the Skeena Basin linkages to PNCIMA, how they work, and how these factors integrate into larger planning efforts. The major emphasis is on presenting Skeena Basin First Nations information,...
  • Residual Impacts on water quality and sockeye salmon fry habitat: Twenty year...

    The Morrison River enters Babine Lake from the northwest. Morrison and Tahlo Lakes are important sockeye (Oncorhynchus nerka) nursery lakes that collectively host the second largest wild sockeye population in the Skeena. Downstream migration of juvenile...
  • Morrison Lake Hydroacoustic Surveys

    The Skeena Fisheries Commission (SFC) conducted hydroacoustic surveys at Morrison Lake during the fall of 2011, 2012, and 2013 in order to determine the density and abundance of juvenile sockeye in this system. Morrison Lake, located in the Babine drainage,...
  • Morice-Nanika Sockeye Recovery Plan

    The Morice-Nanika Sockeye Recovery Plan process provides a framework for aboriginal, government, industry, and public groups to work together towards stock recovery.
  • Fish Passage Assessment of Highway 16 and CN Rail in the Bulkley Watershed

    This Bulkley fish passage assessment is part of a larger regional effort to improve fish passage limited by highways and secondary roads throughout the Skeena Basin. The purpose of this report is to present background information and survey results for fish...
  • The Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) of Morrison and Tahlo Lakes British C...

    The purpose of this literature review is to provide a compilation of the published sockeye salmon fish literature on Morrison and Tahlo Lakes with references where appropriate to the much more extensive literature on Babine Lake. The focus of the report...
  • Skeena Salmon Conservation Units: Key Population and Habitat Points

    Key points on population and habitat of Skeena salmon conservation units.
  • Comments from Skeena Fisheries Commission Re: Pacific Booker Minerals' Review...

    This report from the Skeena Fisheries Commission addresses the shortfalls in the Pacific Booker Minerals' Review Response Report from a fisheries perspective.
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