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Research Projects

Describes current and past research done on invasive aquatic species. See Manager's Tool Kit - Research for general resources and other species.

Aquatic Species

Aquatic Nuisance Species Research
Aquatic Bioinvasion Research and Policy Institute (joint initiative between Portland State University; Smithsonian Environmental Research Center).

Aquatic Nuisance Species Research Relevant to the Great Lakes Basin: Research Guidance and Descriptive Inventory (PDF | 353 KB)
Great Lakes Commission.
Approved by the Great Lakes Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species (Dec 1996).

Biological Invasions
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center.

California Sea Grant Research (includes Aquatic Nuisance Species)
California Sea Grant.

Center for Lakes and Reservoirs Research Groups
Portland State University. Center for Lakes and Reservoirs.

Great Lakes Science Center - Research Publications
DOI. USGS. Great Lakes Science Center.

Invasive Asian Carp Research Program
DOI. USGS. Columbia Environmental Research Center.

Marine Invasions Research Lab
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center.

Protocol for Evaluating Research Proposals Concerning Nonindigenous Aquatic Species (Jul 1994; PDF | 62 KB)
Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force.

Aquatic Invasive Species Research
University of California - Davis. Tahoe Environmental Research Center.

Riparian Invasives Research Laboratory
University of California - Santa Barbara. Marine Science Institute.

Sea Grant Research
National Sea Grant.

The Lodge Lab
University of Notre Dame.
The Lodge Lab (Professor David Lodge) combines basic and applied ecological research to contribute to conservation of the world's fresh waters, with a particular emphasis on the causes, effects, and management of biological invasions. Professor Lodge is the found and Director of Notre Dame's Environmental Change Initiative which which focuses on the interrelated problems of invasive species, land use, and climate change, and their synergistic impacts on water resources.

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Aquatic Plants

Aquatic Plant Management - Recent Research Projects
North Carolina State University. Aquatic and Noncropland Weed Management Team.

Melaleuca Research
University of Florida. IFAS. TAME Melaleuca.
TAME Melaleuca (collaborative effort between U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service and University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, South Florida Water Management District, and others)

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Aquatic Animals

New Zealand Mud Snail - Project Objectives and Experiments
University of California - Santa Barbara. Marine Science Institute. Riparian Invasions Research Laboratory.

Sea Lamprey Research Program
Great Lakes Fishery Commission.

Veined Rapa Whelk (Rapana venosa) Research
College of William & Mary. Virginia Institute of Marine Science.

Zebra Mussel Research - Ram Lab
Wayne State University. Physiology.

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