Resources for conducting aquatic biomonitoring

The Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network (CABIN) is the national biomonitoring program developed by Environment Canada that provides a standardized sampling protocol and a recommended assessment approach called the Reference Condition Approach (RCA) for assessing aquatic ecosystem condition. CABIN provides the tools necessary to conduct consistent, comparable, and scientifically credible biological assessments of streams.

Manuals

Field Sheets

Lab Forms

Sampling Equipment

Reports

Reference Models

Further reading

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