Cumulative Effects Monitoring in the Tobacco Creek Watershed

Cumulative Effects Monitoring in the Tobacco Creek Watershed

Joseph Culp, University of New Brunswick; Canadian Rivers Institute and Howard Wheater, University of Saskatchewan

Cumulative Effects Monitoring in the Tobacco Creek Watershed

The results of this research are being used to assess the effects of existing and future best management practices (BMPs) implemented within the Tobacco Creek watershed, to inform the design of monitoring programs for hydrology, aquatic chemistry, and biotic integrity, and to support management decisions aimed at remediating and protecting Lake Winnipeg and other prairie water bodies.

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