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|Abstract of FIA Project 6219003|
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Fish salvage report for Oktwanch River (Site 3) off-channel maintenance project
|Author(s): North Vancouver Island Salmonid Enhancement Association||Imprint: Port Hardy, BC : Northern Vancouver Island Salmonid Enhancement Association, 2003||Subject: Salmonid Enhancement Programs, Forest Investment Account (FIA), Riparian Areas, British Columbia, Management||Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program|
NVISEA was contracted to perform a fish removal/salvage in support of a maintenance project being performed at the previously excavated Oktwanch river (site 3) off-channel habitat. The maintenance prescriptions addressed discontinuous flow conditions and a lack of deeper refuge pools along the backwater and groundwater channels found at this site. Two NVISEA employees executed the fry salvage in three stages. All captured fish were transplanted to the Oktwanch River mainstem or placed in wetted areas of the constructed channel system that had suitable habitat and would not be disturbed by the work being performed under the maintenance prescriptions.
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Updated August 02, 2006
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