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Nechako River Flow Control (RM88-6)
Prepared by Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.  April 1993

The 1988/1989 Nechako River Flow Control Project was undertaken to ensure effective fulfilment of the Short-Term Water Allocation, as defined in the 1987 Settlement Agreement, which specifies a mean release of 36.8 m3/s at Skins Lake Spillway and an approximate mean annual flow of 41.7 m3/s at Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls. Recorded flow data for the 1988/1989 water year (April 1, 1988 to March 31, 1989) indicate that the actual mean annual flow in Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls was 52.6 m3/s. This report presents a comparison of recorded mean annual and mean monthly flows and the Short-Term Flow Regime defined in the Settlement Agreement.

 

Nechako River Flow Control (RM89-8)
Prepared by Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.  February 1995

The 1989/1990 Nechako River Flow Control Project was undertaken to ensure effective fulfilment of the Short-Term Water Allocation, as defined in the 1987 Settlement Agreement, which specifies a mean release of 36.8 m3/s at Skins Lake Spillway and an approximate mean annual flow of 41.7 m3/s at Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls. Recorded flow data for the 1989/1990 water year (April 1, 1989 to March 31, 1990) indicate that the actual mean annual flow in Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls was 55.8 m3/s. This report presents a comparison of recorded mean annual and mean monthly flows and the Short-Term Flow Regime defined in the Settlement Agreement.

 

Nechako River Flow Control (RM90-9)
Prepared by Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.  April 1993

The 1990/1991 Nechako River Flow Control Project was undertaken to ensure effective fulfilment of the Short-Term Water Allocation, as defined in the 1987 Settlement Agreement, which specifies a mean release of 36.8 m3/s at Skins Lake Spillway and an approximate mean annual flow of 41.7 m3/s at Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls. Recorded flow data for the 1990/1991 water year (April 1, 1990 to March 31, 1991) indicate that the actual mean annual flow in Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls was 70.0 m3/s. This report presents a comparison of recorded mean annual and mean monthly flows and the Short-Term Flow Regime defined in the Settlement Agreement.

 

Nechako River Flow Control (RM91-8)
Prepared by Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.  April 1993

The 1991/1992 Nechako River Flow Control Project was undertaken to ensure effective fulfilment of the Short-Term Water Allocation, as defined in the 1987 Settlement Agreement, which specifies a mean release of 36.8 m3/s at Skins Lake Spillway and an approximate mean annual flow of 41.7 m3/s at Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls. Recorded flow data for the 1991/1992 water year (April 1, 1991 to March 31, 1992) indicate that the actual mean annual flow in Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls was 61.6 m3/s. This report presents a comparison of recorded mean annual and mean monthly flows and the Short-Term Flow Regime defined in the Settlement Agreement.


Nechako River Flow Control (RM92-8)

Prepared by Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.  April 1993

The 1992/1993 Nechako River Flow Control Project was undertaken to ensure effective fulfilment of the Short-Term Water Allocation, as defined in the 1987 Settlement Agreement, which specifies a mean release of 36.8 m3/s at Skins Lake Spillway and an approximate mean annual flow of 41.7 m3/s at Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls. Recorded flow data for the 1992/1993 water year (April 1, 1992 to March 31, 1993) indicate that the actual mean annual flow in Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls was 66.3 m3/s. This report presents a comparison of recorded mean annual and mean monthly flows and the Short-Term Flow Regime defined in the Settlement Agreement.

 

Nechako River Flow Control (RM93-6)
Prepared by Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.  February 1995

The 1993/1994 Nechako River Flow Control Project was undertaken to ensure effective fulfilment of the Short-Term Water Allocation, as defined in the 1987 Settlement Agreement, which specifies a mean release of 36.8 m3/s at Skins Lake Spillway and an approximate mean annual flow of 41.7 m3/s at Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls. Recorded flow data for the 1993/1994 water year (April 1, 1993 to March 31, 1994) indicate that the actual mean annual flow in Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls was 58.0 m3/s. This report presents a comparison of recorded mean annual and mean monthly flows and the Short-Term Flow Regime defined in the Settlement Agreement.

 

Nechako River Flow Control (RM94-4)
Prepared by Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.  May 1995

The 1994/1995 Nechako River Flow Control Project was undertaken to ensure effective fulfilment of the Short-Term Water Allocation, as defined in the 1987 Settlement Agreement, which specifies a mean release of 36.8 m3/s at Skins Lake Spillway and an approximate mean annual flow of 41.7 m3/s at Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls. Recorded flow data for the 1994/1995 water year (April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1995) indicate that the actual mean annual flow in Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls was 60.0 m3/s. This report presents a comparison of recorded mean annual and mean monthly flows and the Short-Term Flow Regime defined in the Settlement Agreement.

 

Nechako River Flow Control (RM95-4)
Prepared by Triton Environmental Consultants Ltd.  February 1997

The 1995/1996 Nechako River Flow Control Project was undertaken to ensure effective fulfilment of the Short-Term Water Allocation, as defined in the 1987 Settlement Agreement, which specifies a mean release of 36.8 m3/s at Skins Lake Spillway and an approximate mean annual flow of 41.7 m3/s at Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls. Recorded flow data for the 1995/1996 water year (April 1, 1995 to March 31, 1996) indicate that the actual mean annual flow in Nechako River below Cheslatta Falls was 55.1 m3/s. This report presents a comparison of recorded mean annual and mean monthly flows and the Short-Term Flow Regime defined in the Settlement Agreement.