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Water Quality Public Advisory Committee Workshop April 12th 2012: a summary

On the afternoon of April 12th 2012, the SLIPP Water Quality Public Advisory Committee met to review and endorse the 2012 SLIPP Water Quality Monitoring Plan and to strengthen partnerships with PAC members on the implementation of the Plan.

A summary of the workshop may be viewed or downloaded here. You may also view the presentations that were given to the Public Advisory Committee below.

The detailed water quality monitoring results from 2011: (this is more detailed than the presentation given to the all-committee meeting earlier on April 12th 2012)

The detailed water quality monitoring plan for 2012-2013: (again, this presentation covers more detail than what was presented to the all-committee meeting earlier on April 12 2012)

 

The 2011 primary productivity of Shuswap and Mara Lakes, and comparison of such to 1987-1993 presentation (as part of Fisheries and Oceans Canada Lakes Research Program): 

 


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