Operational Effects of Irrigation and Pumped Storage on the Ecology of Banks Lake, Washington
Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Engineering and Research Center, Division of Research, Applied Sciences Branch, 1977 - Banks Lake (Wash.) - 153 pages
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FISH POPULATION MONITORING
KOKANEE FRY STUDY
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1974 year class abun April August average Banks Lake biomass Bosmina bottom caught in irrigation chinook salmon chlorophyll cod-end Columbia Basin creel Cyclops Daphnia December density depth Diaptomus distribution emergence entrainment rates estimated FDR forebay FDR Reservoir feeder canal pumping Figure fish entrainment gill net Grand Coulee Dam gravel increase indicated intake irrigation irrigation canal entrainment irrigation drawdown irrigation season July June kokanee fry Kokanee salmon lake level Lake Roosevelt lake whitefish length frequency length-frequency Longnose sucker March maximum mean METERS mg/L MIDLAKE monthly months nauplii nitrate North Dam north pool November nutrient observed occurred P/G units peak percent period phytoplankton planted pumped input pumping and P/G Rainbow trout sculpin September shoreline south pool spawners spawning area species sport fishery station summer surface tion transects traps tunnels ug/L water column water level water temperature winter yellow perch zooplankton