MONITORING REPORTS

  • Analysis of water quality monitoring in the Morice Water Management Area

    This report summarizes and interprets water quality monitoring data collected by the MWMT and the Office of the Wet’suwet’en (OW) from 2015 through 2017 and considered in the context of water quality data collected within the MWMA by various agencies at these and 37 additional sites from 1996 - 2015. Recommendations and reference material are provided for a framework of future monitoring, data management, and analyses.

  • MWMT Annual Monitoring Plan 2018 DRAFT

    The Morice Water Monitoring Trust: Strategic Direction document outlines core issues in the watershed and includes the Trust scope, purpose, guiding principles, goals, and strategies for managing and implementing the Trust.

  • MWMT Annual Monitoring Plan 2017

    The Morice Water Monitoring Trust: Strategic Direction document outlines core issues in the watershed and includes the Trust scope, purpose, guiding principles, goals, and strategies for managing and implementing the Trust.

  • MWMT Annual Monitoring Plan 2016

    The Morice Water Monitoring Trust: Strategic Direction document outlines core issues in the watershed and includes the Trust scope, purpose, guiding principles, goals, and strategies for managing and implementing the Trust.

  • MWMT Annual Monitoring Plan 2015

    The Morice Water Monitoring Trust: Strategic Direction document outlines core issues in the watershed and includes the Trust scope, purpose, guiding principles, goals, and strategies for managi ng and implementing the Trust.

  • Morice Fish and Aquatic Habitat Review 2013

    Morice Fish and Aquatic Habitat Review 2013. Prepared with Skeena Wild Conservation Trust and Eclipse GIS.

  • Morice Lake Park Management Plan

    The development of the Nadina Mountain Park Management Plan was a joint initiative between the Ministry of Environment, Parks and Protected Areas Division,and the Office of the Wet’suwet’en.

  • Nadina Mountain Park Management Plan

    The development of the Nadina Mountain Park Management Plan was a joint initiative between the Ministry of Environment, Parks and Protected Areas Division,and the Office of the Wet’suwet’en.

  • Morice Water Management Area - Multi-Year Operational Plan

    M.R. Gordon & Associates Ltd.

    This operational plan is the initial product of a partnership between the Office of the Wet’suwet’en and the Province of British Columbia to develop a water monitoring and asses sment system for the recently established Morice Water Management Area (MWMA).

  • Morice Land and Resource Management Plan

    The Morice LRMP is consistent with provincial government policy for land use planning and the New Relationship between the Province of BC and First Nations. There are four main sections to the plan: General Management Direction, Area Specific Management Direction, Protected Areas, and Implementation, Monitoring and Amendment.

  • Morice-Nanika Sockeye Recovery Evaluation of Enhancement Options

    Ken Rabnett

    The purpose of this report is to present the known history of sockeye production data, the biological and management information available, enhancement requirements, and potential techniques for the restoration of Morice-Nanika sockeye. This report has been prepared for the Pacific Salmon Commission Northern Fund on behalf of Wet’suwet’en Fisheries

  • A Plan to Conserve and Protect Morice Watershed Fish Populations

    Gregory C. Tamblyn

    The purpose of the Morice Watershed-based Fish Sustainability Plan is to sustain robust fish populations and fully functioning aquatic ecosystems in the Morice River watershed.

  • Morice Watershed-based Fish Sustainability Planning

    Greg Tamblyn and Chad Croft

    Watershed-based Fish Sustainability Planning (WFSP) is a planning process focused on fish populations and aquatic habitat. “Its overall goal is to ensure effective long-term conservation of fish and fish habitat” (MELP & DFO 2001).

  • Conserving Morice Watershed Fish Populations And Their Habitat

    David Bustard And Associates Ltd.

    Watershed-based Fish Sustainability Planning (WFSP) is a planning process proposed in 2001 by the B.C. Ministry of Fisheries, BC Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection, and Fisheries and Oceans Canada.