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8 results found for: "Fish populations--Alberta."

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August 23, 2019

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The primary goal of this review of the North Central Native Trout Recovery Program is to review the scientific foundations for the proposed angling closures in upper portions of select watersheds, and habitat enhancements of river reaches in some rivers and streams in the East Slopes. The report...


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June 1, 2018

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In August 2016, the first confirmed occurrence of whirling disease in Canada was found in fish from Johnson Lake in Banff National Park and the Bow River Basin. While the disease has no impact on human health, it can severely impact some salmonid fish populations. Alberta Environment and Parks is...


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February 1, 2018

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Aquatic invasive species are non-native animals or plants that can cause economic or environmental harm in waterways where they are introduced. Prussian Carp, a type of wild goldfish, is a harmful aquatic invasive species and has recently been found in Alberta. The species invades aquatic...


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October 1, 2014

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Presents background information on the Athabasca rainbow trout, including its risk category and where it can be found in Alberta. Lists the recovery plan in effect and the recovery goal for the Athabasca rainbow trout, strategies being used to reach the recovery goal, a short summary of progress...


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September 1, 2014

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The Athabasca rainbow trout, a small salmonid native to small streams and rivers of the upper Athabasca watershed, is listed as Threatened in Alberta. The goal of this recovery plan is to increase the number of Athabasca rainbow trout populations in low risk categories by a minimum of 10 per cent...


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July 1, 2014

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This wildlife status report looks at brassy minnow, which is found in is three disjunct subpopulations in Alberta: The Milk River drainage in southeastern Alberta; Musreau Lake in the Peace River basin in northwestern Alberta; and in the Athabasca River near Ft. McMurray in northeastern Alberta....


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June 1, 2009

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This wildlife status report looks at the Athabasca rainbow trout, a complex of fish populations that are native to Alberta waters and are confined to the upper Athabasca River and its tributaries including the McLeod, Berland/Wildhay, and Freeman rivers and their headwater streams. This report is...


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December 1, 2003

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Presents the results of test netting conducted on Hutch Lake in October 2003 to determine the extent of winterkill of northern pike and walleye that had occurred on the lake in the previous winter season.