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View Resource Invasive Species in the Great Lakes Region

This Great Lakes Information Network (GLIN) site provides information on what's new, overview, general resources, ballast water, education, laws, photo galleries, publications, task forces, and...

http://www.great-lakes.net/envt/flora-fauna/invasive/invasiv...
View Resource The Nonindigenous Plants and Animals Program (NAS)

Nonindigenous species are ranked second only to habitat loss in the factors that threaten native biodiversity; however, the geographic distribution of many of these organisms is poorly understood. As...

http://cars.er.usgs.gov/Nonindigenous_Species/nonindigenous_...
View Resource Exotic Species and their effects on the Great Lakes

This Great Lakes Sport Fishing Council site contains basic information related to six of the most important invasive species in the Great Lakes. Information is included for the: round goby, sea...

http://www.great-lakes.org/exotics.html
View Resource Reference List For Plant Re-introductions, Recovery Plans and Restoration Programmes

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, United Kingdom, provides information about each group collaborating on the plant re-introduction project and links to bibliographies for Plant re-introductions & recovery,...

http://www.rbgkew.org.uk/conservation/main.html
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