Links for more information...
State and Federal Agencies CBDA California Bay-Delta Authority California Department of Fish and Game Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (U. S. Department of Food and Agriculture) California's Noxious Weed Information Project, a California Department of Food and Agriculture page US Fish & Wildlife Invasive Species Homepage USFWS Federal Noxious Weed Act Page Bureau of Land Management's Weed's Website United States Geological Survey Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Program USGS History of Exotic Species in San Francisco USGS List of Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Publications California Sea Grant College University of California Weed Science Program University of California Weed Research and Information Center 100th Meridian Initiative Animal Industry and Trade Organizations California Fisheries and Seafood Institute California Seafood Council Pacific Coast Federation of Fisherman's Association American Pet Products Manufacturer's Association Pet Industry Distributor's Association, PIDA Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council, PIJAC Great Lakes Sport Fishing Council Exotic Species Web Site Marine Aquarium Council Plant Industry and Trade Organizations The California Landscape Contractors Association Lawn & Garden Marketing and Distribution Association Conservation, Public Interest, and Outreach Groups San Francisco Estuary Project Center for Marine Conservation San Francisco Estuary Institute Biological Invasions Page California Exotic Pest Plant Council CalWeeds Database CalFLORA, a botanical resource for California California Native Plant Society Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants National Biological Information Infrastructure, NBII, the California Information Node Western Aquatic Plant Management Society National Web Links on Nonindigenous Species Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force Web Page Western Regional Panel Western Region Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) National Biological Information Infrastructure InvasiveSpecies.gov Page Northeast-Midwest Institute Web Page on Biological Pollution- Aquatic Invasive Species National Sea Grant Program highlight on ANS National Sea Grant Library Sea Grant Nonindigenous Species Site (SGNIS) Sea Grant's National Aquatic Nuisance Species Clearinghouse Sea Grant Marine Invasive Species Team (Oregon and Washington) Northeast Aquatic Nuisance Species Panel National Atlas.gov, has available an interactive map displaying nationwide Zebra mussel sightings. Take a trip through the tabs and watch the map light up. Also included are links to articles, a more detailed dynamic map and more. International Web Links Global Invasive Species Programme Centre for Research on Introduced Marine Pests (Australia) Cawthron Institute in New Zealand CIESM - Atlas of Exotic Species in the Mediterranean Sea Books and Articles Invasive Plants of California Wildlands Edited by Carla C. Bossard, John M. Randall, and Marc C. Hoshovsky, University of California Berkeley Press, 2000 Invasive Species in a Changing World Edited by Harold A. Mooney and Richard J. Hobbs, Island Press, 2000 Biological Invasions, Economic and Environmental Costs of Alien Plant, Animal, and Microbe Species Edited by David Pimental, CRC Press, 2002 Keeping Aquatic Plants In Their Place: Common Sense Tips to Protect Lakes and Rivers An article written by Holly Crosson, Outreach and Education Coordinator for the RIDNIS Project, U.C. Davis. Can also be found on-line at Landscape Online. Other Links "Life Out of Bounds: Bioinvasions in a Borderless World" Chris Bright. 1998. Worldwatch Institute, W.W. Norton & Company, New York, N.Y. For more information visit: http://www.worldwatch.org/pubs/books/12 "America's Least Wanted: Alien Species Invasions of U.S. Ecosystems." Bruce A. Stein and Stephanie R. Flack, eds. 1996. The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, Virginia. For more information visit: http://www.natureserve.org/library/americasleastwanted2003.pdf Northeast Sea Grant Network Aquatic Exotics News Defenders of Wildlife's findings and analysis on exotic species in the United States in their Saving Biodiversity: A Status Report on State Laws, Policies and Programs: http://www.defenders.org/pb-bst17.html Impacts of Introduced Species in the United States, a report by Daniel Simberloff, published in CONSEQUENCES: The Nature and Implications of Environmental Change, Volume 2, Number 2 1996, published by the U.S. Global Change Research Information Office. Halting the Invasion: State Tools for Invasive Species Management, a report by Meg Filbey, Christina Kennedy, Jessica Wilkinson, and Jennifer Balch, published in Environmental Law Institute, August 2002; purchase required to receive the full paper. The Nature Conservancy Invasive Species Initiative, an initiative written by the Nature Conservancy provides information on the control of pests through prevention, restoration, research and outreach. A Survey of Non-Indigenous Aquatic Species in the Coastal and Estuarine Waters of California, Click here to view the Table of contents
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