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Aquatic Plant Research > Invasives > Understanding Invasives

Aquatic Plant Research Understanding Invasives

In order to effectively manage, it is important to have a thorough understanding of how invasive species grow, reproduce and behave in their new environment.

AIS (general)

DNR Science Services researchers are interested in understanding the general ecology of invasive species and what that means for invasive species management in Wisconsin now and in the future.



EWM Ecology

By thoroughly understanding the basic ecology of Eurasian watermilfoil, DNR Science Services can assist agency staff and partners to effectively manage Wisconsin lakes.



AIS (general)
Climate Suitability for Invasives
Invader Abundance Paper
EWM Ecology
EWM Bibliography
EWM Impacts
EWM distribution model
Hybrid Distribution & Ecology
Long-term/EWM Myths factsheet
Tangled Question