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Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
- a central repository for accurate and spatially referenced biogeographic accounts of nonindigenous aquatic species. Provided are scientific reports, online/realtime queries, spatial data sets, regional contact lists, and general information. The data is made available for use by biologists, interagency groups, and the general public. The geographical coverage is the United States.
- About nonindigenous fish in the U.S. and in general, including their means of introduction (intentional and accidental stocking, release of bait fish or unwanted aquarium fish, escape from aquaculture facilities, and discharge of ballast water) and potential impacts, such as competition with native species, predation on natives, transmission of diseases or parasites, and habitat alteration.
- Gulf of Mexico Program Report.
Sea Grant Nonindigenous Species Site
- A national information center that contains a comprehensive collection of research publications and education materials produced by Sea Grant programs and other research institutions across the country on zebra mussels and other aquatic nuisance species found in the Great Lakes.
Sea Grant's National Aquatic Nuisance Species Clearinghouse
- Home of North America's most extensive technical library of publications related to the spread, biology, impacts and control of zebra mussels and other important aquatic nuisance, non-indigenous and invasive species.
- Southwest trout have been decimated by a century of livestock grazing, water diversions, logging, road construction, dam-building, and stocking of exotic trout.
The Implications of Invasive Species in Narragansett Bay
- The threat of invasive species is one of the most overlooked environmental hazards in association with port development.
The Marine Invasions Research Laboratory at the SERC
- Our laboratory focuses on invasive species subjects such as ballast water transfer, biofouling, and nonindigenous species in the Chesapeake Bay.
- Report showing how global climate changes will allow even more harmful non-native species species to become established in the Pacific Northwest coastal area.
Western Regional Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species
- Formed in 1997 to help limit the introduction, spread and impacts of aquatic nuisance species into the Western Region of North America.
What Are Aquatic Nuisance Species And Their Impacts?
- A study of non-indigenous species that occur in inland, estuarine and marine waters and that presently or potentially threaten ecological processes or natural resources.
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