Roads, Rails, and Environment IV workshop

  • Start Date: November 02, 1999
  • End Date: November 03, 1999
  • City: Revelstoke, BC

Click Here to download the summaries of presentations for this conference. (1.25 MB PDF document)




The Fourth Annual Roads, Rails and Environment Workshop focused on practical solutions to impacts of roads and railways on aquatic environments. Presentations were on topics such as water quality and quantity, bioengineering techniques, fish passage and barrier mitigation, wetlands, culverts, etc. This workshop was intended for an interdisciplinary audience of biologists, engineers, rail and highway crews, managers, conservationists, and all those with an interest in sharing information on how our transportation systems and aquatic ecosystems interact.

The Columbia Mountains Institute would like to acknowledge the following companies for their financial and in-kind contributions:

  • Canadian Pacific Railway
  • Canadian National Railway
  • Summit Environmental Consultants, Vernon
  • SNC Lavalin
  • Parks Canada
  • Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program





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