Water Quality Research Journal of Canada

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Volume 23 Number 1

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Foreword. Page vii

A Review of Fish Habitat Issues in the Fraser River System. I.K. Birtwell, C.D. Levings, J.S. Macdonald and I.H. Rogers. Page 1

Identity and Distribution of Chlorophenols in the North Arm of the Fraser River Estuary. J. H. Carey, M. E. Fox and J. H. Hart. Page 31

Stormwater Related Chlorophenol Releases from Seven Wood Protection Facilities in British Columbia. Peter K. Krahn and Julie A. Shrimpton. Page 45

Sources of Chlorophenolic Compounds to the Fraser River Estuary. J. H. Carey and J. H. Hart. Page 55

Biconcentration of Chlorophenols by Leeches and Their Use as In Situ Biological Monitors. K.J. Hall and C. Jacob. Page 69

Bioconcentration of Chlorophenols by Early Life Stages of Fraser River Pink and Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha, O. tshawytscha). James A. Servizi, Robert W. Gordon and John H. Carey. Page 88

Bioconcentration of Chlorophenols by Juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) Overwintering in the Upper Fraser River: Field and Laboratory Tests. I.H. Rogers, J.A. Servizi and C.D. Levings. Page 100

Modelling Stormwater Related Chlorophenol Releases to the Fraser River Using the Motz-Benedict (Moben) Model. Peter K. Krahn and Julie A. Shrimpton. Page 114

Tracking a Pollutant in the Lower Fraser River: A Computer Simulation. Alard Ages and Anne Woollard. Page 122

Modelling the Transport and Pathways of Tetrachlorophenol in the Fraser River. D.C.L. Lam, R.C. McCrimmon, J.H. Carey and C.R. Murthy. Page 141

Salt and Freshwater Exchange on Roberts Bank, British Columbia. P.B. Crean, J.A. Stronach and T.S. Murty. Page 160

Mathematical Modelling of the Fraser River Plume. J.A. Stronach, P.B. Crean and T.S. Murty. Page 179

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