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2002, 40
The following projects were conducted in the Horsefly River Watershed between June 2001 and February 2002. They are as follows: remove small earth dam at... 
Canada | Horsefly River Watershed | Woodjam Creek | riparian vegetation | habitat improvement (physical) | Horsefly R | British Columbia | riparian environments | freshwater | Fraser R
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2000, 10
This project was to plant willows and conifers and establish riparian setbacks and fencing where necessary, in concert with private landowners and the ranching... 
Canada | Horsefly River Watershed | Quesnel R | habitat improvement (physical) | Horsefly R | British Columbia | riparian environments | freshwater | slope stability
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1994, 16
This report provided a forecast for sockeye salmon return timing to the Chilko and Horsefly rivers, two tributaries in the Fraser River system, for 1994. 
Canada | fishery surveys | spawning populations | Horsefly R | Chilko R | British Columbia | freshwater | monitoring systems | stock assessment | Fraser R | Oncorhynchus nerka (anadromous/anadrome)
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1956, 58, [3], 19 leaves : illustrations, maps.
The report presents the findings of a study on the effects of mining silt on the reproduction of sockeye salmon. 
spawning | spawning grounds | Canada | habitat | Quesnel R | Oncorhynchus | Horsefly R | British Columbia | freshwater | placer mining
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2001, 10
This project involved breaching the dike in three places and the dredging of three low areas so that fish could emigrate downstream to the Horsefly mainstem... 
Canada | sediment control | channels | habitat improvement (physical) | channel flow | Horsefly R | British Columbia | freshwater | slope stability | Fraser R | erosion control
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2001, 9
Much of the riparian corridor of the Horsefly River valley was owned by farmers for cattle rearing and associated activities. To accommodate these activities,... 
Canada | sediment transport | channels | habitat improvement (physical) | channel flow | Horsefly R | British Columbia | freshwater | slope stability | Fraser R | erosion control
Book
1994, iii, 37
This report contains the results of a preliminary sediment source mapping project of the Horsefly River drainage, upstream of the junction of the Little... 
Canada | mapping | habitat | fish | Horsefly R | British Columbia | freshwater | sedimentation
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2000, 2535., Volume 2535., vii, 45
This report describes the design, field methods and analysis of the study to estimate the escapement of sockeye salmon to the Horsefly River system, in 1995.... 
Canada | approximation | Oncorhynchus nerka (Anadromous/anadrome) | escapement | salmon fisheries | Horsefly R | British Columbia | freshwater
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2000, 1 v. (various pagings)
At least four species of salmon and trout use the quality spawning gravels along the Black Creek area of the Horsefly River. Fry and juveniles of at least... 
Salmonidae | Canada | habitat improvement (physical) | British Columbia | Lower Horsefly R | freshwater
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1988, Canadian manuscript report of fisheries and aquatic sciences, Volume 1980., 38
Sockeye fry (1985 brood year) were enumerated during their downstream migration in the Horsefly River. Fry were trapped from three sites along the river to... 
Canada | Oncorhynchus tshawytscha | Horsefly R | British Columbia | freshwater | fry | population number | enumeration | Oncorhynchus nerka (anadromous/anadrome)
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1999, Canadian manuscript report of fisheries and aquatic sciences, Volume 2492., xi, 53
In 1986, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) assumed responsibility from international Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission (IPSFC) for the estimation... 
Canada | approximation | Oncorhynchus nerka (Anadromous/anadrome) | escapement | salmon fisheries | Horsefly R | British Columbia | freshwater
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1977, Progress report (International Pacific Salmon Fisheries Commission), Volume 37., 37
The 1973 Horsefly sockeye population had an overall prespawning mortality of 27.1%, the lowest mortality since 1957 for this dominant cycle. The fresh water... 
Canada | environmental factors | Horsefly R | mortality | water temperature | British Columbia | spawning migrations | freshwater | Oncorhynchus nerka (anadromous/anadrome)
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