Partial assessment of the Degradation of Fish and Wildlife Populations BUI. This study examined the colonial waterbird populations and current trends in the Niagara River (Ontario) AOC. Results indicate that the relevant criteria have been met and that colonial waterbird populations are NOT IMPAIRED.
Lyons Creek East Long Term Monitoring Plan to Assess Monitored Natural Recovery as an Effective Remediation Strategy: 2015 Survey
Prepared by Lisa Richman, Ontario Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks (Nov. 2018).
This report summarizes results of monitoring for toxic contaminants and trace metals in the Niagara River between 1975 and 1982.
An easy-to-understand, visually-appealing booklet with colour-coded symbols to help you make the best choices for Eating Safe Fish from the Niagara River. The information in the booklet is based on the 2017-2018 Guide to Eating Ontario Fish. The booklet is for educational purposes only and was not endorsed by the government.
Results from the Niagara River Upstream/Downstream program to measure the concentrations/loads and trends of contaminants in the river, 2001-02 & 2004-05. Data are compared to the most stringent water quality criteria available from the four agencies, to provide an indication of potential impairment of beneficial uses. Use of these data for any other purpose is at the discretion of the user.
A review of sediment conditions in 12 sites within the Niagara River Area of Concern (watershed) was undertaken as a move towards de-listing the area. The focus of the study was to determine whether additional investigation was needed at any of the sites with a view towards identifying those areas where remediation may be required. Author: Golder Associates
A special report by the International Joint Commission under the 1978 Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement on the pollution in the Niagara River. January 20, 1981.