Lake appreciation and engagement of the public is critical in establishing and maintaining healthy lakes, streams, and other aquatic systems.
Sea lamprey control in the Great Lakes has been a success. Is eradication possible?
Shackelton Point data includes records on various lake aspects that go back 50 years or more, making lake trends emerge more clearly to researchers.
Researchers team up with citizen scientists to monitor the pristine waters of Alaska for invasive, fouling organisms.
A team of undergrads from Worcester Polytechnic Institute have been training an underwater robot to hunt an invasive fish species.
Lacawac Sanctuary boasts an unspoiled glacial lake, wetlands, ponds, second-growth forests and a focus on limnology.
Filled with rare species and beautiful climes, Hawai‘i’s He‘eia NERR is a researcher’s paradise.
SensorSpace, of the Flathead Lake Bio Station, is a one-of-a-kind maker space for sensor technology design leading the fight against invasive species.
A commercial eDNA kit enables almost anyone, including citizen scientists, to monitor even rare aquatic species in a less intrusive, more effective way.
The National Park Service has a new tool in its fight to suppress a non-native species, lake trout, in Yellowstone Lake: LiDAR optimized for lakes.
Western Illinois University investigators sample native fish on the Illinois River to gauge their preferences for eating Asian Carp, as a control method.
Researchers at Michigan Technological University have modified a hexacopter to map eurasian watermilfoil ahead of remote sensing work.
Citizen scientists volunteering with the Washington Sea Grant have found an invasive green crab on San Juan Island, the first sighting in inland waters.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologists study Asian carp invasion risk posed by barges. Can the fish make it through electric barriers by hitching a ride?
Otsego Lake in New York is getting clearer these days, but that may not be as such good news as it sounds. That’s because the lake is beset with zebra mussels, an invasive species known for its...
Isla Guadalupe, a remote and volcanic island south of the Mexican State of Baja, used to have a big problem with invasive goats, according to a release from Bowdoin College. But thanks to some inventive techniques, the...
We know that there are some sounds that we as humans just don’t like. Anything obnoxious or intrusive pretty much fills the bill for this category. So knowing how we react to awful noises, is there a...
Infographic detailing 16 common types of invasive species -- animals or plants that aren't native to a specific location, but thrive after being introduced.
A project funded by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the Natural Resources Conservation Service to seal off a possible Asian carp entryway to Lake Erie is underway, according to the Petoskey News. The project looks to...
Native predators benefit by supplementing their diets with invasive prey species, say Ohio State scientists, but only when native prey remains abundant.