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Aquatic environment impact ratings a method for evaluating SSRB flow scenarios : Red Deer River case study

Description

The report is organized into two parts. Part one contains brief technical summaries of methods used to establish IFN determinations in the SSRB that provide for full protection of the aquatic environment. The purpose of summarizing these techniques within the following document is to provide a basis for the methodology used to evaluate impacts from alternative flow management scenarios. The second part of this document explains the impact ratings methodology and demonstrates its application using example flow management scenarios applied to seven reaches of the Red Deer River.

Updated

November 4, 2008

Tags
aquatic ecosystem fish habitat instream flow needs riparian vegetation water quality

Title and publication information

Type
Report
Alternative Title

Red Deer River case study

Alternative Title

Method for evaluating SSRB flow scenarios

Extent

58 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Environment and Sustainable Resource Development

Contributor

Goater, Lori.

Contributor

Koning, C. Wendell

Contributor

Locke, Allan G.H.

Contributor

Mahoney, John M.

Contributor

Paul, Andrew J.

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Resource Dates

Date Created

2007-07-12

Date Added

2018-06-25T19:39:28.078526

Date Modified

2008-11-04

Date Issued

2007-07-12

Audience information

Identifiers

ISBN (pdf)

9780778576501

ISBN (print)

9780778576495

NEOS catalogue key

4320834

Usage / Licence

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