ANS Update Newsletter
Great Lakes Commission. Aquatic Nuisance Species.
University of Florida. Aquatic, Wetland and Invasive Plant Information Retrieval System.
Aquaphyte is published once or twice yearly and covers news of
interest to aquatic, wetland and invasive plant researchers, regulators, managers,
students and others.
Aquatic Invasive Species News
Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission. Aquatic Invasive
Update - The Aquatic Nuisance Species News in
a Nutshell was discontinued in Jul 2012. A regional
newsletter "Aquatic Invasive Species News" has taken its place.
This origin of this newsletter is attributable
to Joan Cabreza, who while working for the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) produced the former newsletter Invasive
News in a Nutshell (Mar 2003 - Mar 2008). Joan
retired from the EPA in early 2008
and agreed to continue as the editor of the "the
Nutshell" under the Pacific States Marine Fisheries
(PSMFC) Aquatic Nuisance Species Program. Like
its precursor, it focuses primarily on regional
and aquatic issues, but it also contains some
terrestrial, national and international invasive
events of interest.
Ballast Water News
Global Ballast Water Management Programme.
Quarterly newletter which contains updates on the GloBallast programme and articles about latest developments with the ballast water issue in general
Ballast Exchange Newsletters
University of California. West Coast Ballast
Clean Angling News
Invasive Species Action Network.
Published monthly; available via email subscription.
Coastlines: National Estuary Program Newsletter
Environmental Protection Agency.
Information About Estuaries and Near Coastal Waters. Bi-monthly newsletters
published between 1994-2003.
Lakes and Mississippi River Interbasin Study (GLMRIS) Newsletters
Corp of Engineers.
Quarterly publication that strives to keep stakeholders apprised
of current events, study progress, involvement opportunities
and product delivery team information concerning
GLMRIS and aquatic nuisance species.
University of Florida. IFAS.
Department of Wildlife Ecology & Conservation.
First published in Winter 2009, this quarterly electronic newsletter is published
by Dr. Steve Johnson and Monica McGarrity of the University of Florida, IFAS Gulf
Coast Research and Education Center. The Invader Updater focuses on topics related
to invasive vertebrate animals in Florida and the southeastern U.S. On
occasion, we may also cover issues relevant in other parts of the U.S. (or the
world), or provide information on nonindigenous species that are not yet considered
Invasive Plant Management
Section Research & Outreach Program
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Invasive Plant Management Section.
Research newsletter published twice
a year to keep resource managers in Florida informed
about current Florida Fish and Wildlife contracted
research in invasive plant management.
NEANS Panel Resource Digest
Northeast Aquatic Nuisance Species Panel.
Sea Grant News
National Sea Grant.
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Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant.
Published twice yearly by the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant to increase understanding of the issues that affect the southern Lake Michigan region.
California Sea Grant.
- Twineline Newsletter
Ohio State University. Sea Grant.
Quarterly newsletter covering issues, events, and research related to Lake
Erie and the Great Lakes.
- Upwellings Online
Michigan Sea Grant.
Quarterly newsletter reporting on Michigan Sea Grant research, extension, education, and other Great Lakes issues and activities.
Wetland Sights and Sounds
Izaak Walton League of America.
Series of newsletters that provide detailed information on the values wetlands provide, including outdoor recreation, fisheries, food production, water purification, flood reduction, erosion control, and coastal storm protection.
Note: There is a special theme for American Wetlands
Month 2007: Alien Invaders: Invasive Species and Wetlands. During March and April, eight issues of Wetland Sights & Sounds will be published to help you protect and conserve wetland habitat in your community.
Volunteer Monitor: National Newsletter of Volunteer Watershed Monitoring
Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds.
The Volunteer Monitor newsletter published twice a year,
facilitates the exchange of ideas, monitoring methods,
and practical advice among volunteer environmental
monitoring groups across the nation. Periodically includes
invasive species issues, see Aquatic
Invasive Species (Spring 2009; PDF | 1.1 MB)