California Aquatic Invasive Species Management Plan

California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) | February 8th, 2008

Summary

Californians have benefited from the introduction to this state of various fish, plants and other species necessary for food or other human pursuits; however, there are m

California Aquatic Invasive Species Management Plan - Appendices

California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) | February 8th, 2008

Summary

A: DRAFT CALIFORNIA RAPID RESPONSE PLAN B: FEDERAL AUTHORITIES, LEGISLATION & AGENCIES C: STATE AUTHORITIES, LEGISLATION & AGENCIES D: OTHER AIS INTERESTS: COO

California’s freshwater fishes: status and management

University of California at Davis (UC Davis) | January 31st, 2015

Summary

Fishes in Mediterranean climates are adapted to thrive in streams with dynamic environmental conditions such as strong seasonality in flows. However, anthropoge

Changes in abundance and distribution of native and alien fishes of Suisun Marsh

American Fisheries Society | July 29th, 1994

Summary

Overall fish abundance, abundance of introduced, native, and seasonal fish groups, and species diversity declined over a 14‐year period in Suisun Marsh, a portion of th

CVFPP Conservation Strategy Appendix E. Invasive Plant Management Plan

California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | July 14th, 2016

Summary

The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) developed this Invasive Plant Management Plan (or Plan) as part of the Conservation Strategy of the Central Valley Floo

DRERIP Ecosystem Conceptual Model: Delta Aquatic Foodweb

California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) | October 3rd, 2008

Summary

This model is a stylization of the actual food web dynamics of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, which are highly dynamic. The region itself comprises a variety of habita

DRERIP Ecosystem Conceptual Model: Potamcorbula amurensis

California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) | ?

Summary

Potamocorbula amurensis is a pest in the San Francisco Estuary (hereafter SFE) due to its ability to heavily graze pelagic food resources and its accumulation of toxic su

Enhancing Water Supply through Invasive Plant Removal: A Literature Review of Evapotranspiration Studies on Arundo Donax

The Nature Conservancy | February 11th, 2019

Summary

Removal of the invasive, non-native plant Arundo donax (Arundo, giant reed) along riparian corridors is being considered by groundwater sustainability agencies

Food Webs of the Delta, Suisun Bay, and Suisun Marsh: An Update on Current Understanding and Possibilities for Management

San Francisco Estuary & Watershed Science (UC Davis) | October 1st, 2016

Summary

This paper reviews recent research findings on food web processes since 2008. It also highlights the idea of a changing baseline with respect to food web function. New re

Invasive Species: Major Laws and the Role of Selected Federal Agencies

Congressional Research Service | January 17th, 2017

Summary

In the United States, numerous federal and interagency efforts share responsibilities regarding invasive species. Among the federal agencies involved are the Departments

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