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Dec 20, 2016 ... Do you think you have discovered an aquatic invasive species? Do not return the
species to the water. Note the exact location (GPS coordinates) and the
observation date. Take photos. Take note of identifying features. Report an
Aquatic Invasive Species, depending on where you are. What you can do to ...
Forest biosecurity: alien invasive species and vectored organisms1. L.M. Humble
and E.A. Allen. Abstract: Alien invasive species pose a serious threat to the
ecological and economic sustainability of Canada's forests. Recent
establishments of invasive insect pests such as the brown spruce longhorn
beetle (Tetropium ...
3 days ago ... Aquatic invasive species (AIS) have contributed to the decline and
disappearance of some native aquatic species and the collapse of some local
fisheries. AIS may cause damage to infrastructure or cost billions of dollars every
year in lost revenue and through the implementation of control measures.
DISCLAIMER. This report is intended to provide Sustainable Resource
Development staff with up-to-date information regarding the ecological and
economic impacts of and potential threats from. Alberta's invasive alien species.
The opinions, findings and recommendations expressed in this report are those
of the authors.
May 12, 2017 ... This web page provides the public with information regarding alien and invasive
alien species in Canada.
Feb 14, 2018 ... Aquatic invasive species. Regulations, research and action plans for reducing
the spread of aquatic invasive species. Follow: Facebook; Twitter; YouTube; RSS
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May 12, 2017 ... According to the World Conservation Union, invasive alien species are the
second most significant threat to biodiversity, after habitat loss. In their new
ecosystems, invasive alien species become predators, competitors, parasites,
hybridizers, and diseases of our native and domesticated plants and animals.
Jan 5, 2018 ... The objectives of the plant protection program within the CFIA are to prevent the
introduction and spread within Canada of plant pests of quarantine significance,
to detect and control or eradicate designated plant pests in Canada. Information
about plant pests and invasive species. Pests Regulated by ...
Oct 23, 2017 ... The CBSA plays an active and important role in helping to keep harmful foreign
species of animals, plants and microorganisms from entering Canadian
ecosystems. With the growing volume of trade, travel and tourism, new invasive
species are continually arriving at Canada's border by air, land and water.
Aug 25, 2017 ... Invasive species are plants, animals and micro-organisms in an area where they
have never been before.
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