Aquatic Nuisance Species are organisms that produce harmful impacts on aquatic ecosystems or activities or dependent on these ecosystems such as agricultural, aquacultural, or recreation. ANS may occur in freshwater, estuarine, and marine waters and are one of the most significant threats to waters of the United States. Aquatic Nuisance Species are also known as Aquatic Invasive Species.
The Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force News and Announcements is produced weekly to share information with the Invasive Species Community. The weekly newsletters include announcements, event schedules, career and funding opportunities as well as recent publications and news stories related to...
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