Forest Investment Account

Abstract of FIA Project 6334010

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Louise Island 2003 EEVP: Mather Creek Watershed, routine effectiveness evaluation, maintenance, and construction

Author(s): Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd.
Imprint: North Vancouver, B.C. : Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd., 2003
Subject: Riparian Areas, British Columbia, Management, Instream Restoration Program, Forest Investment Account (FIA), Routine Effectiveness Evaluation
Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program

Abstract

As part of Weyerhaeuser Canada Ltd's commitment to the Forest Investment Account's Instream Restoration Program, all previously completed sites on Louise Island, Haida Gwaii require routine effectiveness evaluation (REE). Monitoring at these sites was conducted in 2001, 2002, and 2003; however, the data have not been published in a formal report to date. This report presents the results of the June/July 2003 Routine Effectiveness Evaluation (REE) of five sites that were scheduled for monitoring in 2001 and 2002. Results of the monitoring indicate that 98% of the 134 structures and sites are meeting the physical objectives, and 96% are meeting the biological objectives. Maintenance to protect investment is required on 1% (2 of 134) of the individual structures that were evaluated and 16% (22 of 134) could use non-mandatory maintenance to improve their performance.


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