Shuswap Watershed Mapping Project 2008

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Study Areas

  1. Shuswap Lake including the Main Arm, Seymour Arm, Anstey Arm, Salmon Arm, Sicamous Arm and Narrows, and Cinnemousun Narrows
  2. Little Shuswap Lake and Little River
  3. Mara Lake 

Reports

Main Report 415KB
This report includes the Executive Summary, Project Overview, Methodologies, Data Analysis, Results and Recommendations.     

Main Report + Appendices 1.72MB
In addition to the Main Report, this version contains Appendix A - Detail Methodology, Appendix B - Data Tables, Appendix C - Community Analysis Data and Aquatic Habitat Index Results.

Maps

Mapping data is currently being made available in high-resolution via the Community Mapping Network website.

Until that process is complete, reduced-size maps may be viewed by clicking on the mapsheet numbers in the 
mapsheet index below.  Please note that each mapsheet is between 2MB - 5MB in size, and a double-click may 
be necessary to return to a previous document.

Shuswap Watershed Mapping Project MAPSHEET INDEX 367KB

DVDs of the full report, including maps and GIS shapefiles, are available for $28 ($25 plus tax).

Other Resources Description  
Foam on Surface Waterbodies  FAQ on foam from the BC Ministry of Environment Download
Shoreline Care A property owner's guide to conserving fish habitat in B.C. from Fisheries and Oceans Canada Download
The Living by Water Project Provides tips and best practices for those living on the waterfront Link
BC Lake Stewardship Society   Link
An Owner's Guide to Private Buoys Transport Canada's private buoy regulations Download
Livestock, Drinking Water and Fish From the BC Cattlemen's Association through FRISP: Farmland-Riparian Interface Stewardship Program Download
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