Part 1 introduces a study to determine the invasion threat of marine algae arriving on Japanese debris from the 2011 Tōhoku tsunami to the NE Pacific Ocean. Pictures and descriptions of 29 red algal species and one unknown red algal discovered included.
Part 3 of a study to determine the invasion threat of marine algae arriving on Japanese debris from the 2011 Tōhoku tsunami to the NE Pacific Ocean. Identifies green algae and cyanobacteria that were found.
Overall, the findings from this dissertation research demonstrates the complex and interdependent connection between biological invasions and climate change on community structure, ecological processes, and ecosystem services of the U.S. Pacific Northwest
Researchers used the U.S. Pacific Northwest coastal dune ecosystem to examine how invasive beach grass management affects coastal protection, western snowy plover conservation, and endemic fore dune plant conservation.
This document was prepared by the National Sea Grant Law Center and the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies to support the efforts of the Western Regional Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species to limit the introduction, spread, and impacts of aquatic nu
Written for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, this report documents the list of invasive species found on a Japanese fishing vessel that drifted across the Pacific as a result of the 3/11/2011 Japanese Tsunami and washed ashore north of the