Volunteer Diver Monitoring
Northeast Marine Introduced Species.
Invasive Species Mapping in Michigan
Great Lakes Information Network.
Invasive Species Watch Program
Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (Canada).
Wetland and Aquatic Research Center. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species.
The USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Program has launched an alert system that allows users to register to receive e-mails of new aquatic introductions in the United States. Users can sign up for "State Watches", "Group Watches" and/or "Species Watches".
Detailed explanations of each of these can be found on the registration page. The system also allows users who are not registered to review and query archives of alerts that are sent. See also: Protocols
for Monitoring Aquatic Nuisance Species
Michigan Cooperative Lakes Monitoring Program
Michigan Clean Water Corps.
Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership.
Broad-Scale Non-Indigenous Species Monitoring along the West Coast in National Marine Sanctuaries and National Estuarine Research Reserves (2005)
DOC. NOAA. National Marine Sanctuaries.
Report to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
and Monitoring of Aquatic Nuisance Species
DOI. FWS. Fisheries and Habitat Conservation.
Species in Our Nation's Estuaries: A Framework
for an Invasion Monitoring Program (2002; PDF
| 877 KB)
DOC. NOAA. Ocean and Coastal Resource Management.
National Estuarine Research Reserve Technical Report Series 2002:1.
Report summarizes the results of a workshop held Jan 14-18, 2002
at Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, California.
Monitoring Protocol for Marine Invasive Species in Massachusetts
Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management. Aquatic Invasive Species Program.
Invasive Species Monitoring
University of Wisconsin. Extension Lakes Program. Citizen Lake Monitoring Network.
Species Smart Prevention
University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Researchers at the Center for Limnology have
launched a new Web site, Aquatic
Invasive Species Smart Prevention, to help assess the threat of aquatic invasive
species in Wisconsin's lakes. The researchers partnered with
the UW-Madison Applied Population Lab to develop an interactive Web site displaying
a map of Wisconsin with more than 12,000 lakes color-coded to reflect their environmental
suitability for zebra mussels, and
are in the process of expanding the site with maps for additional species. See also: Press
Release -- Where the Invasive Things Are -- and Where
They Could Be (Mar
Marine Invader Tracking Information System (MITIS)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant Center for Coastal Resources.
(RED): Riverine Early Detectors
River Alliance of Wisconsin.
Project RED provides tools and training for volunteers to monitor their rivers
for 15 species of concern. The project is a collaboration between the Wisconsin
Department of Natural Resources, the National
Institute for Invasive Species Science and the River Alliance of Wisconsin.