These publications are in the SCEC Library at the Jennifer Atchison Environmental Centre, 2730 Beaverbrook Crescent, on the north end of the Stoney Creek Community School grounds. Close to Lougheed Mall in northeast Burnaby. Contact for access to the originals.

SCEC publications:

  1. A Summary of the Biophysical and Ecological Studies of Stoney Creek in 1997 [65 MB]
    Conducted by the Stoney Creek Environment Committee.
    by Kelly Goody, February 1998
  2. Biophysical Survey, Mapping and Habitat Conservation Summary Report 1998-1999 [15 MB]
    Activities Conducted by the Stoney
    Creek Environment Committee
    by Andrew Appleton, May 2000
  3. Stoney Creek Bioengineering Assessment Study 2000 [53 MB]
    Nick Page, Coast River Environmental Services Ltd.
    Dave Murray and Chris Johnson, Kerr Wood Leidal Associates Ltd.
    Good reference for potential habitat restoration projects
  4. Mapping of Eagle Creek, Balcar, 2001 [13 MB]
    This report documents the GPS survey of Eagle Creek, the westernmost creek on the south side of Burnaby Mountain.
  5. Mapping of Stoney Creek, Balcar, 2001 [14 MB]
    This report documents the GPS survey of Stoney Creek
  6. Stoney Creek Tributaries SHIM Mapping Project: GPS/GIS Report [18 MB]
    For SCEC and BCCF-March 29, 2002
    by Omni-Tech Environmental Services
  7. Stoney Creek reaches [3 MB]
    Map showing the Stoney Creek watershed with named reaches.
  8. Stoney Creek Aquatic Life History
    A chart of all the fish and larger animals living in Stoney Creek showing possible times for in-stream activities
  9. Spawner viewing handout
    A map of safe locations for viewing spawning salmon and a species identification chart.
  10. Stoney Creek Sediment Impact Study 2016 [4 MB]
    Stoney Creek was subject to two significant washout events in the fall of 2015, just before the spawning salmon return. This report assess the potential impact of sedimentation as a result of the washouts on juvenile salmonid survival (emergence of fry) and on the availability and composition of invertebrate food sources for emergent and surviving resident fish.

Other publications

  1. The Effects of Salinity on Survival, Growth, Aerobic Metabolism and Ion Regulation in Early Life Stages of Pacific Salmonids [2MB]
    JOHN D. MORGAN B.Sc., The University of British Columbia
    July 1991
  2. Integrated Stormwater Management Strategy For Stoney Creek Watershed [48 MB]
    Final Draft For Publication
    February 1999
  3. The Effects of Road Salts on Aquatic Ecosystems [1.5 MB]
    for Environment Canada, Water Science and Technology Directorate
    Marlene Evans, National Water Research Institute
    Cherie Frick, Department of Biology University of Saskatchewan
    N.W.R.I. Contribution Series No. 02-308 August 2001
    An extensive review of the Canadian and United States literature investigating road salt in the aquatic environment and laboratory studies investigating the toxicity of sodium, calcium, potassium, and magnesium chlorides.
  4. Sensitive Habitat Inventory Mapping (SHIM) 2001 [23 MB]
    Mason, B., and R. Knight.
    SHIM methods comprise a set of tools and methods which can be used to help protect and contribute to sustainable development of fisheries, wildlife and aquatic habitat resources around British Columbia.
  5. Burnaby Mountain Development Baseline Water Quality 2001 [6 MB]
    Upper Stoney Creek Stormflow and Baseflow Characterization
    by: Q. S. Jordan-Knox and D.M. Allen
    Department of Earth Sciences, Simon Fraser University
  6. Brunette Sediment Study – Final Feb 2006 [30 MB]
    The Brunette Basin Coordinating Committee (BBCC) requires sedimentation information for use in developing sediment management options in the Brunette Basin. The City of Burnaby, on behalf of the BBCC, contracted Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd (nhc) to monitor suspended and bedload sediment transport for a period of two years on Still, Eagle, Ramsay, Silver, and Stoney Creeks and on the Brunette River; to investigate geomorphic processes and associated sediment sources and sinks in the sub-basin of each monitored stream; and to present conceptual sediment control options.