Williston Reservoir has seen a dramatic increase in Lake Trout abundance in the past decade, however, no information is available on the movements, life history, and reproductive behavior of these fish. This project involves implanting 40 acoustic transmitter tags in adult Lake Trout within the Peace Reach of Williston Reservoir, and the subsequent monitoring of fish movements using an array of 28 acoustic hydrophone receiver stations, already deployed and maintained by a fisheries research team from Carleton University.
Follow our guidance for Arctic Grayling projects Prior to construction of the 1967 W.A.C. Bennett Dam and creation of the Williston Reservoir, Arctic Grayling were widespread and abundant. Today, self-sustaining populations are limited, and in […]
Enhancing Caribou Survival in the Klinse-Za Herd The Klinse-Za caribou herd—near extirpation less than ten years ago—has tripled in number thanks to recovery efforts led by the West Moberly First Nations and Saulteau First Nations […]