Mill Lake Stream (Charlotte County, New Brunswick): Fs97-13/1278E-PDF

environmental conditions during the summer of 2016 /

"The present study presents hydrological and meteorological data during the summer 2016 for Mill Lake Stream, which is a 220 m stretch of stream that joins Mill Lake and Lake Utopia near St. George (New Brunswick). Mill Lake Stream has a unique population of Rainbow Smelt (Osmerus mordax) that was designated as Threatened in 2008 by the Committee of the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC). Rainbow Smelt inhabiting Lake Utopia and associated waters consists of two co-existing morphologically, ecologically, and genetically differentiated populations that are referred as Lake Utopia Rainbow Smelt. During the summer of 2016, hourly water temperatures, air temperatures and water levels were monitored between May 18 and October 13. River discharge was also monitored during site visits as well as water velocities within a culvert located at the mouth of the stream. Maximum recorded temperature over the summer period was 28°C in Mill Lake Stream and the maximum recorded velocity in the culvert was 1.1 m/s"--Abstract, p. v.

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Department/Agency Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Diadromous Fish Section.
Title Mill Lake Stream (Charlotte County, New Brunswick)
Subtitle environmental conditions during the summer of 2016 /
Series Title Canadian data report of fisheries and aquatic sciences,
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Date 2017.
Number of Pages vi, 18 p. :
ISBN 978-0-660-09379-6
Catalogue Number
  • Fs97-13/1278E-PDF
Subject Terms Streams, Hydrology, Meteorological data