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Title: Results of the Incubation Study at Three Sites, Highway Beach, Hatchery Beach and East Beach on Kennedy Lake 2000 to 2001.

Year: 2001

Author(s): M.C. Wright, M.C. Wright and Associates; T.L. Wright, M.C. Wright and Associates; Josie Osborne, Nuu chah nulth Tribal Council Fisheries Department

Type: Report (published)

Description:
This report describes the study undertaken October 30, 2000 to March 31, 2001, to continue investigating the feasiability of using low-tech, low cost methodologies to enhance sockeye salmon stocks in Kennedy Lake.

 

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Title: Restoration Plans: Kennedy Flats

Year: 2001

Author(s): Warren Warttig, Interfor; Dave Clough, D.R. CLough Consulting Ltd.; Mike Leslie, Mike Leslie Consulting

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
Executive Summary: Restoration plans are developed to aid in the recovery of both terrestrial and aquatic habitats. In order for a restoration plan to be successful all relevant factors must be considered. The most common factor associated with declines of anadromous salmonids is habitat degradation, however a number of other factors play a key role. Many factors, such as habitat loss and degradation, over exploitation in sport and commercial fisheries, global warming and variable ocean conditions, are responsible to a varying degree for the depressed status of salmonids. Restoration of upslope and fluvial processes that create and maintain habitats must be integratl components of any recovery program. This report is limited to the unhealthy ecosystems of upslope, road, stream function, and riparian areas, and does not address fish harvest management, global warming, or variable ocean conditions. Stable landscape units outside the riparian zone are also not addressed in this report, but their status may have minor implications for stream ecosystems. Salmon have evolved to adapt to a series of natural impacts, therefore timber harvesting plans should be encouraged, where possible, to mimic the natural disturbance regimes. Examples of natural disturbance regimes could be: blow down (windstorms cause major natural disturbance to forest in Clayoquot Sound), wildfires, encouraging uneven aged standes to develop from even aged second growth, etc. The Clayoquot Sound Scientific Panel (CSSP) recommendations call for salmon recovery efforts to be based on restoring and conserving ecosystems, rather than simply restoring hte instream habitat attributes. Thi sis important, as relationships between habitat conditions and individual salmonid response have been well established within the habitat unit, stream reach and to the watershed unit as well.

 

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Title: Assessment of the 1999 chinook salmon escapement to the Gold River watershed using mark-recapture and area-under-the-curve estimation.

Year: 2000

Author(s): J.A. Taylor, J.A. Taylor and Associates Ltd.; Roger Dunlop, Nuu chah nulth Tribal Council Fisheries Department

Type: Report (published)

Description:
This report is the second in a series designed to investigate the feasibility of establishing an index of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) escapement to the Gold River, using area-under-the-curve (AUC) estimation through swim surveys. 48pp.

 

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Title: Preliminary summary of results from sockeye smolt sampling at Kennedy and Muriel lakes (1977-1997): Report to the Kennedy Watershed Stewardship group.

Year: 2000

Author(s): Paul Rankin, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Pacific Region; Kim Hyatt, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Pacific Region; Barry Hanslit, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Pacific Region

Type: Report (published)

Description:
Section personnel have assembled unpublished multi year data sets on Kennedy and Muriel Lakes. These form a basis for future reports on Clayoquot Sound sockeye status, lake carrying capacity and factors controlling recruitment variations by salmon.

 

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Title: Kennedy Lake summary trip reports and data inventory from acoustic trawl surveys (1977-1998): Report to the Kennedy Watershed Stewardship Group

Year: 1999

Author(s): D. Paul Rankin, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Pacific Region; K Hyatt, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Pacific Region; M Stockwell, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Pacific Region

Type: Report (published)

Description:
Juvenile Salmon Index Data Systems Reports (JSIDS SREs) facilitate timely exchange of information and results on assessments of juvenile salmon abundance, their biological traits and associated habitat variables, in reponse to requests from a variety of clients both within and external to DFO. Information contained in status reports is often preliminary in nature and contact with authors is recommended to clarify any uncertainties associated with use or interpretation of status report contents.

 

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Title: FDIS Summary, Fish Collection and Photographs for the Reconnaissance Fish and Fish Habitat Inventory of the Sarita Watershed, 1997-1998

Year: 1999

Author(s): M.C. Wright and Associates; Nuu chah nulth Tribal Council Fisheries Department

Type: Report (published)

Description:
This Appendix 1 contains fisheries and habitat information on the Sarita Watershed, Barkley Sound, BC.

 

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Title: Set Adrift: The Plight of British Columbia's Fishing Communities

Year: 1999

Author(s): Dan Edwards; Terry Glavin

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: The Agreement Under the Pacific Salmon Treaty

Year: 1999

Author(s): Minstry of Fisheries and Oceans; David Anderson;

Type: Government document

 

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Title: The Agreement Under the Pacific Salmon Treaty

Year: 1999

Author(s): Minister of Fisheries and Oceans

Type: Government document

 

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Title: The History of Resource Use in the Kennedy Watershed of Clayoquot Sound and the Recent Development of Information and Community Perspectives to Guide Salmon Stock Rebuilding

Year: 1999

Author(s): Mark R. S. Johannes; Kim D. Hyatt; Cliff K. L. Robinson

Type: Proceedings

 

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Title: Hesquiat Ha-houlthee (Traditional Territory)

Year: 1999

Author(s): Mark Johannes, Northwest Ecosystem Institute

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
"The primary goal of this planning exercise is to develop an understanding of the current known state of aquatic and land based resources across the traditional territory and to apply this knowledge to create a set of planning maps to help prioritize resource development and restoration activities."

 

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Title: Volume II: Clayoquot Valley Natural History

Year: 1999

Author(s): Mark Johannes; Josie Cleland

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
"We have developed this atlas in order to examine and present the current known state of landscapes, land and aquatic based resources across the watershed. The Clayoquot Valley Atlas is intended to provide more detailed information on one portion of the watershed and to assist with strategic planning in this valley towards sustainable multiple resources development."

 

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Title: A genetic blueprint for rebuilding Clayoquot Sound sockeye

Year: 1999

Author(s): World Fisheries Trust

Type: Brochure

Description:
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Title: Underwater ROV Video Observation of Fish in Rearing Habitat in Great Central Lake.

Year: 1998

Author(s): M.B. Winsby, Hatfield Consultants, Ltd; C.J. Perrin, Limnotek Research and Development Inc.

Type: Report (published)

Description:
The Ministry of Forests (MOF) has issued a license to remove sunken logs from Great Central Lake. Concern was expressed during review of the proposed salvage activity that fish resources in Great Central Lake might be affected by log removal. This work examines specific impacts of subaqueous log removal on fish resources in the lake.

 

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Title: Don't Let Fish Farms Destroy British Columbia's Wild Salmon Miracle

Year: 1998

Author(s): Western Canada Wilderness Committee

Type: Newsletter

 

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Title: Everyone's Help Needed to Save Wild Coho and Preserve British Columbia's Wild Salmon Miracle

Year: 1998

Author(s): Western Canada Wilderness Committee

Type: Newsletter

 

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Title: Workshop on Assessing Ecological Status: Proceedings

Year: 1998

Author(s): Anna Rowe; Bob Redhead; Darcy Dobell

Type: Proceedings

 

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Title: Rebuilding salmon stocks through habitat restoration in the Kennedy Watershed of Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia

Year: 1998

Author(s): Mark R. S. Johannes, Northwest Ecosystem Institute; Kim D. Hyatt, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Type: Report (unpublished)

Description:
The Kennedy Watershed of Clayoquot Sound has a long history of resource extraction and a much shorter history of examining the state of resources and investment in restoration of degraded areas. To date, restoration work in the Kennedy Watershed had been influenced by knowledge of specific impacts caused by past logging practices. Two community based restoration projects in the Kennedy Watershed are provided as examples of studies which are being used a valuable experimental tools to critically examine associations between local forest harvest impacts and salmon production limits.

 

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Title: A Summary of Data Collected at Cheewhat Lake, 1995 to 1996.

Year: 1997

Author(s): M.C. Wright and Associates

Type: Report (published)

Description:
Monitoring of the Cheewhat Lake sockeye stock in 1995 and 1996 is a continuation of the Study Lakes Program initiated in 1985. In 1989 a study was initiated to determine what role smolt size, migratory timing and location of sea entry play in marine survival variations of wild sockeye salmon. Since 1991 the primary objective of the program was to collect sockeye and coho salmon returning with coded wire tags, from release years 1989 to 1991. This report deals with information on stock size, migration patterns and biological characteristics of the adult sockeye and coho runs to Cheewhat Lake in 1995 and 1996.

 

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Title: The BC Fisheries Strategy: Discussion Paper

Year: 1997

Author(s): BC Ministry of Agriculture

Type: Report (published)

 

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Title: The Salmon Survival Guide

Year: 1997

Author(s): World Fisheries Trust

Type: Brochure

 

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Title: Tofino Salmon Enhancement Society report to Long Beach Model Forest Society, Salmon Enhancement Project October 1, 1996 - March 31, 1997

Year: 1997

Author(s): Doug Palfrey

Type: Report (unpublished)

 

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Title: Fish Rearing Habitats and Their Natural Dynamics

Year: 1997

Author(s): Ursula Kunze

Type: Academic Thesis

Description:
Study examines the interactions between juvenile fish and their biosphere in an undisturbed watershed located in the temperate rainforest on the west coast of Vancouver Island.

 

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Title: Tighter regulations

Year: 1997

Author(s): Malcolm Curtis

Type: Newspaper Article

Description:
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Title: Atlantic salmon in the north Pacific

Year: 1997

Author(s): Skip McKinnell; A. J. Thomson; E. E. Black; B. L. Wing; C. M. Gutherie III; J. F. Koerner; J. H. Helle

Type: Journal Article

Description:
The first catches of Atlantic salmon in BC waters occurred in 1987. the first /reported/ escape of Atlantic salmon (2000 individuals) occurred in 1988. From 1988 to 1995, 97,799 Atlantic salmon were reported escaped from net pens in BC but the true number was higher as not all escapes are reported. Since 1987 a total of 9096 Atlantic salmon were caught in the coastal marine waters of BC, Washington and Alaska, and 188 were caught in fresh water. Most catches occurred in the Johnstone Strait area, where the abundance of salmon farms is highest. Most fish caught in fresh water are either maturing or mature.