Dewatering

Lower Columbia River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2018

The suggested citation for this analytic report is: Thorley, J.L. and Dalgarno, S. (2018) Lower Columbia River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2018. A Poisson Consulting Analysis Report. URL: http://www.poissonconsulting.ca/f/934446658. Background Each spring in the Lower Columbia River (LCR) below the Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam (HLK) and in the Lower Kootenay River (LKR) below the Brilliant Dam, thousands of Rainbow Trout spawn. Since 1992, BC Hydro has stabilized the spring discharge releases from HLK to protect Rainbow Trout redds from dewatering.

Lower Columbia River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2017

The suggested citation for this analytic report is: Thorley, J.L., Muir, C.D. and Dalgarno, S. (2018) Lower Columbia River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2017. A Poisson Consulting Analysis Report. URL: http://www.poissonconsulting.ca/f/453582501. Background Each spring in the Lower Columbia River (LCR) below the Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam (HLK) and in the Lower Kootenay River (LKR) below the Brilliant Dam, thousands of Rainbow Trout spawn. Since 1992, BC Hydro has stabilized the spring discharge releases from HLK to protect Rainbow Trout redds from dewatering.

Lower Duncan River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2017

The suggested citation for this analytic report is: Thorley, J.L. & Dalgarno, S.I.J. (2018) Lower Duncan River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2017. A Poisson Consulting Analysis Report. URL: http://www.poissonconsulting.ca/f/897442882. Background The Lardeau River (LAR) flows 45 km from Trout Lake to join the Lower Duncan River approximately 1 km downstream of Duncan Dam (DDM). The Duncan River downstream of the Lardeau River (DRL) then extends a further 11 km downstream to Kootenay Lake.

Lower Columbia River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2015

The suggested citation for this analytic report is: Thorley, J.L. and Hogan, P.M. (2016) Lower Columbia River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2015. A Poisson Consulting Analysis Report. URL: http://www.poissonconsulting.ca/f/1611032936. Background Each spring in the Lower Columbia River (LCR) below the Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam (HLK) and in the Lower Kootenay River (LKR) below the Brilliant Dam, thousands of Rainbow Trout spawn. Since 1992, BC Hydro has stabilized the spring discharge releases from HLK to protect Rainbow Trout redds from dewatering.

Lower Columbia River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2014

The suggested citation for this analytic report is: Thorley, J.L. (2015) Lower Columbia River Rainbow Trout Spawning Analysis 2014. A Poisson Consulting Analysis Report. URL: http://www.poissonconsulting.ca/f/1157179155. Background Each spring in the Lower Columbia River (LCR) below Hugh L. Keenleyside Dam (HLK) and in the Lower Kootenay River (LKR) below Brilliant Dam, thousands of Rainbow Trout spawn. Since 1992, BC Hydro has stabilized the spring discharge releases from HLK to protect Rainbow Trout redds from dewatering.