Physical and biological habitat parameters can determine the ability of a nonnative species to establish, reproduce, or become invasive in a new aquatic environment. Knowing what areas within the Columbia River Basin are susceptible to invasion by invasive species of concern can improve the effectiveness of early detection programs and allow managers time to plan for mitigation, containment, control or eradication programs prior to the invasion.
The data contained in this section should be evaluated by the user to determine its accuracy and suitability for their specific use.
- Prioritizing Zebra and Quagga Mussel Monitoring in the Columbia River Basin (Wells, Counihan, Puls, Sytsma and Adair, 2010)
- Columbia River Basin Asian Carps Risk Evaluation (Aitkin et al., 2010)
- Economic Risk Associated with the Potential Establishment of Zebra and Quagga Mussels in the Columbia River Basin (IEAB, 2010)
- Northern Snakehead Risk Assessment Report
- Idaho Invasive Species List
- Oregon’s Top Ten Most Unwanted
- Washington’s Priority Species