Westland

Carnation Creek

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A report on the longest-running fish/forest study in B.C. at Carnation Creek on the west coast of Vancouver Island. From 1970, researchers have gathered data on the impact on fisheries of clear-cut logging. Data uncovered identified retention of Large Organic Debris--left behind after logging to be of great benefit to fish. Panelists included: Gordon Hartman (Fisheries and Oceans Canada) and David Handley (Macmillan Bloedel Ltd.).

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