Developing a method to assess the hydromorphological sensitivity related to logging operations in the watersheds of salmon rivers in Gaspésie and Bas Saint-Laurent
Recipient: Fédération québécoise pour le saumon atlantique
Approved Amount: $28,980 (1st year of a 2-year project, total: $48,300) Year Approved: 2021
How do freshwater ecosystems (e.g. temperature, hydrology, biological interactions, land-use practices) influence wild Atlantic salmon populations?
- Development of an assessment of watercourses hydro-morphological sensitivity in relation to logging operations with regards to Atlantic salmon habitat.
The goal of this project is to:
- Provide managers (forestry, salmon rivers) with a decision-making tool specific to each watershed of salmon rivers in Gaspésie and Bas-Saint-Laurent to better protect salmon population habitat of these two areas.
- Complement general standards/rules to consider more specifically hydro-morphology features of each salmon river of Gaspésie and Bas-St-Laurent, in the province of Québec.
Contact: Alexandra Déry, email@example.com