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20th Conference

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Monday, October 22, 2017

Plenary Session

Unravelling the Ecology of Non-native Species to Inform European Strategy
Helen Roy, Head of Zoology, Biological Records Centre, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, UK

Session 1A: Response and Control I

Zebra Mussel Control - 16 Years of Ozone Treatment at Lennox G.S.
Mike Farrell, Ontario Power Generation

Chemical Free Disinfection for Macro / Micro Biofouling (AIS) to Protect Cooling Water Systems of Hydroelectric Facilities
Ytzhak Rozenberg, Atlantium Technologies

Influence of Water Temperature on the Toxicity of Molluscicides to Zebra Mussels (Dreissna polymorpha)
James Luoma, U.S. Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center

Mussel Management Partnership Strategies
Dan Butts, ASI Group Ltd.

Environmentally Sustainable Management of Invasive Dreissenid Mussels using Zequanox
Seth Donrovich, Marrone Bio Innovations (MBI)

Session 2A: Early Detection I

Biodiversity Entering United States Ports via Ballast Water Discharge: An Analysis using High Throughput Sequencing
John A. Darling, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Identifying ‘Risky’ Sites in the Laurentian Great Lakes: Development of a Spatially Explicit Method for Selecting Sites for AIS Surveillance
W. Lindsay Chadderton, The Nature Conservancy

Enhanced Aquatic Connectivity through Regional Coordination and Selective Fish Passage Solutions
Daniel Zielinski, Great Lakes Fishery Commission

Asian Carp Early Detection Surveillance in the Canadian Waters of the Great Lakes
David Marson, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Asian Carp Program

Early Detection of a Highly Invasive Bivalve Based on Environmental DNA (eDNA)
Zhiqiang Xia, Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, University of Windsor

Session 3A: Engagement I

INVASIVESNET Initiative: Towards the Development of the International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species
Frances Lucy, Centre for Environmental Research Innovation and Sustainability (CERIS), Institute of Technology, Sligo

Invasive Mussel Collaborative: Developing Tools and a Strategy for Managing Zebra and Quagga Mussels in the Great Lakes
Erika Jensen, U.S. Geological Survey

LINVEXO: A New Tool for Invasive Species Education in The Netherlands
Annerie Rutenfrans, Adviesbureau Beleef en Weet

Underpinning Invasive Species Outreach with an Effective Communications Plan
Eithne Davis, Centre for Environmental Research, Innovation and Sustainability (CERIS), Department of Environmental Science, Institute of Technology, Sligo;

A Redesigned Volunteer AIS Monitoring Program in Wisconsin, USA
Paul M. Skawinski, University of Wisconsin – Extension Lakes Program, Stevens Point

Session 1B: Response and Control II

Evaluation of Carbon Dioxide as a Dreissenid Mussel Control Tool
Diane Waller, U.S. Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center

Taking No Prisoners Beating Back Invasive Species – Bureau of Reclamation
Leonard Willett, Bureau of Reclamation

Temperature and Dose Response of Invasive Quagga Mussels to Various Molluscicides in High Conductivity Water
Renata Claudi, RNT Consulting Inc.

Control of Zebra and Quagga Mussels with a More Rational Use of Copper
David Hammond, Earth Science Labs, Inc.

Session 2B: Biotic Drivers I

Comparative Assessment of Gammarids under Stressful Conditions
Isabel Casties, GEOMAR, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Ozeanforschung Kiel

Are Ponto-Caspian Species Inherently Predisposed to Cross Salinity Boundaries? Experimental Selection of a Ponto-Caspian Gammarid
Nora-Charlotte Pauli, GEOMAR Helmholtz-Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Experimental Ecology

Experimental Assessment of Emerging Invasion Threat: A Host-Parasite Coevolutionary Association Modulating Invasional Meltdown
Martin Reichard, Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

Experimental Evaluation of Microhabitat Preferences of Ponto-Caspian Gammarids
Jaroslaw Kobak, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Department of Invertebrate Zoology

Session 3B: Engagement II

Sticky Habits: Insights into Behaviors by Recreational Boaters
Douglas A. Jensen, University of Minnesota Sea Grant College Program

Invading Species Hit Squad: Community Based Education and Outreach
Sophie Monfette, Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters

Asian Carp Exhibit at the Toronto Zoo
Lauren Tonelli, Invasive Species Centre

A Perfect Match: Increasing Impact in Invasive Species Outreach through Extension and Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area Collaboration
Shannon Carnevale, University of Florida IFAS Extension Polk Count

Illinois Aquatic Pet Surrender Events, Rehoming and Care Networks
Greg Hitzroth, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant and Illinois Natural History Survey

Session 1C: Response and Control III

Management Review of AIS in Ontario
Lauren Tonelli, Invasive Species Centre

Evolving Strategies for AIS Response: Lessons Learned from 10 Years of Research in Newfoundland, Canada
Kyle Matheson, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland

Development of a Selective, Environmentally Safe and Low Cost Carp Pesticide
Maurice Sadowsky, MJSTI Corp.

Session 2C: Biotic Drivers II

Do Ecological Interactions Explain Dominance Shift between Ponto-Caspian Bivalves Dreissena polymorpha and Dreissena rostriformis bugensis in their Introduced Range
Anouk D’Hont, GiMaRIS

Invasional Genetic Patterns Across Time and Space in North American Dreissena Mussels
Nathaniel T. Marshall, University of Toledo, Lake Erie Center & Department of Environmental Sciences

Introducing the Quagga Mussel as a Method for Water Quality Improvement: Assessed Risks and Permit Criteria
Lisette de Hoop, Radboud University Nijmegen

What Really Scares Zebra Mussels? A Few Words about the Impact of Biotic Factors on Valve Movement Reactions of the Zebra Mussel Dreissena polymorpha
Anna Dzierzynska-Bialonczyk, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Department of Invertebrate Zoology

Does the Invasional Meltdown Exist? The Case of the Ponto-Caspian Community
Jaroslaw Kobak, Department of Invertebrate Zoology, Nicolaus Copernicus University

Session 3C: Tools I

Methods for Quantifying Biofouling: An Initial Examination of Optical and Acoustic Approaches
Scott C. Riley, Excet, Inc.

Performance Evaluations of Instruments Designed for Rapid, Shipboard Detection of Living Microorganisms in Ballast Water
Matthew R. First, Chemistry Division, Naval Research Laboratory

Assessment of Ballast Water Management Systems: Science in Support of Policy
Hugh L. MacIntyre, Dalhousie University, Department of Oceanography

Advances in Validating MPN and Stain-Motility Methods for Assessing Phytoplankton for Ballast Water Treatment
Brian Petri, Trojan Technologies

Implementing DNA Metabarcoding as Cost-effective Tool to Provide Biological Data for Port Baseline Survey
Anaïs Rey, AZTI, Marine Research Division

Optimization and Performance Testing of a Sequence Processing Pipeline Applied to Early Detection of Nonindigenous Species
Ryan Scott, University of Windsor School of Computer Science

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Plenary Session

Knowledge to Action on Invasive Species: North America and Global Linkages
David M. Lodge, Director, Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Cornell University

Session 1D: Response and Control IV

Development of a Novel Tool to Deliver Control Agents to Targeted Aquatic Invasive Fishes
Jon J. Amberg, U.S. Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center

Control of Common Carp through Biocontrol and Species-specific Toxin Delivery
Josh Poole, University of Minnesota

Removal of Phragmites australis ssp australis and Site Augmentation with Native Vegetation in Wisconsin, USA
Paul M. Skawinski, University of Wisconsin – Extension Lakes Program, Stevens Point

STA Vegetation Management and Invasive Species Control
Eric Crawford, South Florida Water Management District

Utilizing a Rapid Response Team for Landscape Level AIS Survey and Management in the Adirondack Park
Erin Vennie-Vollrath, Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program

Session 2D: Biotic Drivers III

The Interaction of Experimental Warming and Biotic Resistance to Invasion of Non-native Poeciliids in Replicated Pond Ecosystems
Quenton M. Tuckett, University of Florida, Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory

Influence of Phylogenetic Community Structure on Introduced Fishes in the Southeast United States
Matthew Neilson, U.S. Geological Survey, Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database

Sensitivity of European Native and Alien Freshwater Bivalve Species to Climate Related Environmental Factors
Frank Collas, Department of Environmental Science, Radboud University, Nijmegen

Association between the Ratio of Organic to Inorganic Nitrogen and Growth of the Invasive and Itchthyotoxic Golden Alga
Rakib Rashel, Department of Biological Sciences and Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Texas Tech University

Session 3D: Tools II

Serious Gaming to Derive Cost-effective Management Measures for the Invasive Alien Pumpkinseed Sunfish in Europe
Rob S.E.W. Leuven, Radboud University, Institute of Water and Wetland Research, Department of Environmental Science

Man and Exotic Fish: Incorporating YouTube Videos and Citizen Science Data to Explore Spatial and Demographic Patterns in Urban Fishermen Attitude and Behavior with Respect to Exotic and Invasive Species
Jason M. Post, Department of Geosciences, Texas Tech University

How Do We Identify High-risk Genotypes for Adaptive Management of Eurasian and Hybrid Watermilfoil?
Ryan A. Thum, Montana State University

Environmental DNA (eDNA) and Environmental RNA (eRNA) Markers for Invasive Species Detection
Joshua Finn, University of Windsor

Session 1E: Response and Control V

Examining Zooplankton Patchiness Inside Ship Ballast Tanks to Improve Estimates of Average Abundance for Compliance Monitoring
Sarah Bailey, Great Lakes Laboratory for Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

The Efficacy and Practicability of Combining Ballast Water Exchange with Treatment: Results of Shipboard Trials
Lisa A. Drake, Chemistry Division, Naval Research Laboratory

Effect of the Temperature on Chlorine as Ballast Water Treatment to Eliminate Freshwater Phytoplankton Populations: A Bench Scale Test
Oscar Casas-Monroy, Great Lakes Laboratory for Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Quantifying the Extent of Niche Areas in the Global Fleet of Commercial Ships: The Potential for “Super-Hot Spots” of Biofouling
Cameron S. Moser, Chemistry Division, Naval Research Laboratory

Session 2E: Policy Drivers I

The Strategic Vision of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission: A Mid-Decadal Review
Robert G. Lambe, Great Lakes Fishery Commission

Funding for Invasive Species: A Review of Progress, Gaps, and Opportunities
Cecilia Weibert, Great Lakes Commission

Regulating Organisms-in-Trade through a Permitted Species List: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Nicholas D. Popoff, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Division

Integrated Management Approach of Aquatic Invasive Species for Québec Province, Canada
Olivier Morissette, Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs du Québec, Direction de l’expertise sur la faune aquatique

Asian Carps Enforcement Activities: Approaches across Great Lakes Jurisdictions
Brenda Koenig, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Enforcement Branch

Session 3E: Tools III

Underwater Video is an Effective Tool to Reveal Dreissena Spatial Distribution
Alexander Karatayev, Great Lakes Center, Buffalo State College

Using a High-Throughput Sequencing Assay to Assess Dreissenid Mussel Communities
Nathaniel T. Marshall, University of Toledo, Lake Erie Center & Department of Environmental Sciences;

Integrating Remote Sensing and Underwater Imagery to Enhance Invasive Dreissena Distribution Assessment in Large Rivers
Knut Mehler, Great Lakes Center, Buffalo State College

Feasibility and Efficacy of Three Methods of Zebra Mussel Larvae Detection
Sharon Lavigne, Great Lakes Institute of Environmental Research

Multi-Jurisdictional Collaborations and Structured Approach for Grass Carp Control in Lake Erie
Seth J. Herbst, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Division

Session 1F: Response and Control VI

Integrated Management of Waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes)
Lyn A. Gettys, University of Florida IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants

Water Chestnut (Trapa natans) Removal and Monitoring in the Erie Canal, Tonawanda, New York, USA
Heidi Himes, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Adaptive Management of Multi-resistant Hydrilla in a Central Florida Chain of Lakes
Amy L. Giannotti, City of Winter Park

Senegal Tea (Gymnocoronis spilanthoides) Aquatic Weed Risk Assessment and Management
Paul Champion, 1National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA)

Endothall Behavior in Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) and Hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata)
Mirella Ortiz, Colorado State University

Session 2F: Policy Drivers II

Update on the Status of the IMO Ballast Water Convention
Christopher J. Wiley, IMO Ballast Water Working Group

Establishing Research Priorities for Aquatic Invasive Species
Nicholas Phelps, Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center, University of Minnesota

Brief History of the Aquatic Invasive Species Program for the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community, a Sovereign Nation Assisting in Modern Management of the Resources of Lake Superior
Gene Mensch, Keweenaw Bay Indian Community Natural Resources Department, Ojibway Community College

Session 3F: Prevention I

Dreissenid Prevention Across the Pacific Northwest
Stephen Phillips, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission

Watercraft Inspection and Decontamination Programs: Western Region of the United States
Debra Davis, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission

A Dog’s Nose Knows: Utilizing Canines to find Quagga and Zebra Mussels
Debra DeShon, Mussel Dogs

Leveraging Partnerships to Advance the Adirondack Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Prevention Program: The First Voluntary Boat Inspection and Decontamination Program in the Northeast
Eric Holmlund, Paul Smith’s College, Adirondack Watershed Institute

Dreissenid Mussel Dispersal through Boat Hull Mediated Overland Dispersal
Frank Collas, Radboud University, Nijmegen

Investigation of the Edwards Protocol on Dreissenid Veligers
Kelly Stockton-Fiti, KASF Consulting, LLC

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Plenary Session

Aquatic Invasive Species in Singapore: Perspectives from a Highly Urbanised Tropical City
Darren Yeo Chong Jinn, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore

Session 1G: Response and Control VII

Rapid Response Achieves Eradication – Chub in Ireland
Joe Caffrey, INVAS Biosecurity and Inland Fisheries Ireland

Improving Response of Asian Carp Detections in the Canadian Waters of the Great Lakes
Julia Colm, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Movement of Bigheaded Carp Related to Temperature, Discharge, and Lock Operations on the Illinois River
Marybeth Brey, U.S. Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center

Understanding the Carp Virome: What Could it Mean for the Control of Invasive Carp?
Sunil Kumar Mor, Minnesota Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and Department of Veterinary Population Medicine, University of Minnesota

Session 2G: Impacts I

Predicting Invasive Species Impacts under Context-dependencies
Jaimie T.A. Dick, Queen’s University Belfast

Vulnerability of Freshwater Biodiversity to Non-native Aquatic Species and other Anthropogenic Stressors across the Continental United States
Amy J.S. Davis, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Effects of Invasive Species on Native Populations of Aquatic Organisms in the San Francisco Bay-Delta and Freshwater Tributaries: A Review
Bryson Finch, Compliance Services International

Predatory Impacts of the Invasive Portunid Crab, Charybdis Japonica, in New Zealand: Implication for Functional Change, Risk Assessment and Ecosystem Goods and Services
Michael Townsend, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research

Got Mussels? Work Your Quaggals
Patrick Simmsgeiger, Diversified Waterscapes Inc.

Session 3G: Prevention II

Assessing the Applicability of the Aquatic Species Invasiveness Screening Kit (AS-ISK) Across a Broad Range of Non-native Species and Risk Assessment Areas
Gordon H. Copp, Salmon & Freshwater Team, Cefas, and Centre for Conservation Ecology, Bournemouth University, and Environmental and Life Sciences Graduate Program, Trent University

A Rapid Assessment of Marine Non-native Species in Harbours and Marinas on the Southwest Coast of Norway and the Northeast Coast of Scotland and the Potential for Coastal Connectivity
Ian Campbell, Scottish Association for Marine Science

Evaluating the Use of a Novel Bayesian Risk Assessment Tool to Inform Regulatory Decisions for Aquatic Invasive Species in Ontario
Sarah Nienhuis, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Aquatic Animal Health Programs in Preventing Disease Introductions: A Canadian Case Study
Kristin E. Thiessen, University of Toronto Scarborough

Predicting the Large Scale and Long Term Distribution of Invasive Species using Habitat Suitability Models
Jeffrey Buckley, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Session 1H: Response and Control VIII

The Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Flood and Storm Transport (NAS FAST) Mapper
Wesley M. Daniel, Cherokee Nation Technology, contracted to U.S. Geological Survey

Exotic Freshwater Fishes of Florida
Nick Trippel, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Assessment of UV Irradiation Effect on Downstream Settlement of the Colonial Hydroid, Cordylophora caspia
Renata Claudi, RNT Consulting Inc.

Graminicide Development for Aquatic Invasive Grass Control in Florida
Stephen F. Enloe, Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants, University of Florida

The Performance of Band Non-biocide Coatings to Prevent Biofouling by Invasive and Non-native Species in Newfoundland
Ashley Bungay, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland

Session 2H: Impacts II

Effect of Dreissena on Benthos of the Laurentian Great Lakes
Lyubov Burlakova, Great Lakes Center, Buffalo State College

Understanding the Drivers and Impacts of Cherax quadricarinatus Invasion in Singapore
Zeng Yiwen, Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore

Round Goby Neogobius melanostomus Expansion to European Rivers
Michal Janac, Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

Is the “Killer Shrimp” Resistant to Non-consumptive Effects of Predators?
Lukasz Jermacz, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Department of Invertebrate Zoology

Session 3H: Prevention III

Binational Ecological Risk Assessment of Grass Carp in the Great Lakes Basin
Jill Wingfield, Great Lakes Fishery Commission

The Crayfish Invasiveness Risk Assessment Model (CIRAM): A Bayesian Belief Network for Assessing Risk Posed by Nonnative Crayfish
Katherine Wyman-Grothem, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Midwest Region, Fisheries Division

Climate Match Fails to Explain Variation in Establishment Success of Non-native Freshwater Fishes in a Warm Climate Region
Jeffrey E. Hill, University of Florida, Tropical Aquaculture Laboratory

The Use of Co-Spatial Modeling to Inform Aquatic Invasive Species Management
Nicholas Phelps, Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center, University of Minnesota;

Possible Ballast Water Transfer of Lionfish to the Eastern Pacific Ocean
Emma M. De Roy, Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, University of Windsor

Session 1I: Response and Control IX

Reduction of Pesticide Applications using New Microsponge™ Technology
Lucía G.I. Marshall, TAPT/Biosorb Inc.

Evaluation of Chemical Biocides and Algaecides for Controlling Sprouting of Nitellopsis obtusa Bulbils
John H. Rodgers, Department of Forest and Environmental Conservation, Clemson University

PROCELLACOR™– A Novel Herbicide Technology for Selective Management of Aquatic Invasive Plants
Mark A. Heilman, SePRO Corporation

Control of Colonial Hydroids using EarthTec QZ
David Hammond, Earth Science Labs, Inc.

Session 2I: Impacts III

Functional Feeding Traits as Predictors of Competitiveness of Alien Freshwater Fishes
Leopold Nagelkerke, Wageningen University & Research, Aquaculture & Fisheries Group

Assessing the Impacts of the Invasive Channel Catfish Ictalurus punctatus in Central Italy
Phillip J. Haubrock, Department of Biology, University of Florence

Invasive Species and Plankton Dynamics of the Columbia River Estuary
Stephen Bollens, School of the Environment & School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University

Interagency Coordination to Develop a Statewide Python Management Plan
Evan Freeman, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Session 3I: Prevention IV

Preliminary Characterization of Risk Posed by Aquatic Insect Bait to the Spread of AIS in the Great Lakes Region
Greg Hitzroth, Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant and Illinois Natural History Survey

A Hotspot for Aquatic Alien Species? Evidence for Recreational Angling as an International Invasion Pathway
Emily R.C. Smith, Environmental Change Research Centre, Department of Geography, University College London

Using Environmental DNA for Sea Lamprey Assessments in Great Lakes Tributaries
Christopher M. Merkes, U.S. Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center

Human-mediated and Natural Dispersal of an Invasive Fish in the Eastern Great Lakes
Mattias L. Johansson, Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, University of Windsor

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Plenary Session

Knowledge to Action on Aquatic Invasive Species: Island Biosecurity – the New Zealand and South Pacific Story
Paul Champion, Principal Scientist – Freshwater Ecology, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA)

Session 1J: Information Management

Data Aggregation: Data Goes in, Data Goes Out. You Can’t Explain That!
Rebekah D. Wallace, University of Georgia, Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health

Risk Assessment Database for the Great Lakes Region
David Nisbet, Invasive Species Centre

Noteworthy Distribution Changes to Non-native Aquatic Plants in the U.S. Since 2015
Ian Pfingsten, Cherokee Nation Technologies, contracted to U.S. Geological Survey

Application of a Watch List of High Risk AIS to Inform Surveillance Site Selection and Sampling Methods in the Laurentian Great Lakes
Andrew J. Tucker, The Nature Conservancy

Session 2J: Investigation

From Bad to Worse: Update on the Non-native Freshwater Fishes in Flanders (Belgium)
Hugo Verreycken, 1INBO – Research Institute for Nature and Forest

Postglacial Colonizer or Cryptic Invader? Case of Gammarus roeselii (Crustacea Amphipoda) in Europe
Tomasz Rewicz, Laboratory of Microscopic Imaging and Specialized Biological Techniques, University of Lodz;

Early Invasion Dynamics of New Zealand Mudsnails in Michigan Rivers
Seth Herbst, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Division

Session 3J: Prevention V

But it’s So Pretty… Florida’s Lovely Invasive Aquatic Plants
Lyn A Gettys, University of Florida, IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants

Slowing the Spread of Invasive Alien Species: Biosecurity Best Practice and Stakeholder Engagement
Caitriona Shannon, University of Leeds

Population Genetics Characterization of Silver and Bighead Carps Invasion Fronts Approaching the Great Lakes
Carol A. Stepien, University of Toledo, Department of Environmental Sciences

Tributary Use and Large-Scale Movement of Grass Carp: Patterns to Inform Control Efforts in Western Lake Erie
Cleyo Harris, Michigan State University

Multi-Jurisdictional Collaborations and Structured Approach for Grass Carp Control in Lake Erie
Seth J. Herbst, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Division