Habitat Conservation - Aquatic Invasive Species
Aquatic Invasive Species in Alaska
The Habitat Conservation Division works on aquatic invasive species issues with other interested agencies, organizations and individuals to coordinate efforts, monitor for early detection and respond to infestations in the State of Alaska. If you would like more information on these activities, please contact Linda Shaw at (907) 586-7510.
- Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force: information regarding the Japanese Tsunami marine debris and the associated biofouling community.
- Sitka Marine Invasive Species Bioblitz, June 12-14, 2010, Presenter: Linda Shaw, National Marine Fisheries Service
- Look Out for Invasive European Green Crab (poster)
- Alaska Spartina Prevention, Detection and Response Plan, Vanessa Howard Morgan and Mark Sytsma, Aquatic Bioinvasion Research & Policy Institute Center for Lakes and Reservoirs, Portland State University, January 2010 January
- Modeling habitat suitability for the invasive salt marsh cordgrass Spartinausing, ShoreZone coastal habitat mapping data in Southeast Alaska, British Columbia, and Washington State, December 2008 (external link)
- Evaluation of a Habitat Suitability Model for the Invasive European Green Crab (Carcinus maenas) Using Species Occurrence Data from Western Vancouver Island, British Columbia, July 2008
- Shorezone Habitat Capability Modeling: A study of potential suitable habitat for the invasive European green crab (Carcinus maenas) in Southeast Alaska, British Columbia, and Washington State, August 2007