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The impact of on-site educational outreach on recreational users’ perceptions of aquatic invasive species and their management

The impact of on-site educational outreach on recreational users’ perceptions of aquatic invasive species and their management

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Ryan L. Sharp, Lisa B. 169 more words

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Prohibición de suelas de felpa.

Debido a la facilidad de propagación y diseminación de especies acuáticas invasivas algunos estados en USA han prohibido el uso de zapatos de vadeo con suelas de felpa ( 154 more words

Fly Fishing

Aquatic Invasive Species Management Update: Zebra Mussel and Spiny Waterflea Monitoring

The aquatic invasive species (AIS) management team has been busy all summer—and with good reason. The ever-present threat of AIS spread has kept the team hard at work, sampling, surveying, and monitoring lakes across the state. 713 more words

Progress

Groups applaud release of Asian carp study, urge swift action to move from study to construction

Alliance for the Great Lakes   •   Natural Resources Defense Council
Prairie Rivers Network   •   Sierra Club, Illinois Chapter

Chicago, IL (August 7, 2017) – After much delay, the U.S. 545 more words

Clean Water

Did Someone Say “Free Boat Wash?”

Yes its true, boaters can expect to be offered free boat washes from stations at select boat launches throughout the state, especially in places like the Adirondacks. 851 more words

Park Personnel

Innovative Weaponry in the Fight Against AIS

In the fight against alien animals that invade and overrun native species, the weird and the wired sometime win.

Invasive species are plants and animals that thrive in areas where they don’t naturally live, usually brought there by humans, either accidentally or intentionally. 168 more words

Star of the Show: Aquatic Macroalgae, Starry Stonewort

Starry stonewort (Nitellopsis obtusa), a macroalgae native to Europe and Asia, has made its way into Vermont. First found in the United States in 1978 (likely a result of transport via ballast water), this species is known from waters in 8 states, including Vermont’s Lake Memphremagog and Derby Pond. 408 more words

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