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TitleAuthorGeographic Scope
100 Most Dangerous Invaders to Keep Out Oregon Invasive Species Council Oregon
A Baseline Assessment of Priority Invasive Species in the Puget Sound Basin Washington Invasive Species Council Washington
A Quantitative Climate-Match Score for Risk-Assessment Screening of Reptile and Amphibian Introductions van Wilgen et al.  California, Florida
Columbia River Basin Asian Carps Risk Evaluation U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Columbia River Basin
Criteria for Categorizing Invasive Non-Native Plants that Threaten Wildlands California Exotic Pest Plant Council  & Southwest Vegetation Management Association California, Arizona, Nevada
Differentiating Successful and Failed Molluscan Invaders in Estuarine Ecosystems Miller et al.  San Francisco Bay
Hawaii Pacific Weed Risk Assessment (HPWRA) Hawaii Invasive Species Council Hawaii
Intermountain Region Invasive Species an Assessment of Risk by Taxa Group U.S. Department of Agriculture  Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho
Invasive Animal List for the City of Portland Oregon Invasive Species Council Oregon
Invasive Exotic Plants in the Tropical Pacific Islands: Patterns of Diversity Denslow et al.  Pacific Islands (Hawaii)
Invasive Species Impact and Prevention/Early Action Assessment Tool  Washington Invasive Species Council Washington
Invasive Species Intermountain Region Priority Landscape Risk Assessment Example U.S. Department of Agriculture  Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho
Invasive Species Profiling? Exploring the Characteristics of Non-Native Fishes Across Invasion Stages in California Marchetti et al. California  
Invasivness Ranking System for Non-Native Plants of Alaska U.S. Department of Agriculture  Alaska
Life-History Strategies Predict Fish Invasions and Extirpations in the Colorado River Basin Olden et al.  Colorado River Basin
Modelling Physico-Chemical Factors Affecting Occurrences of a Non-Indigenous Planktonic Copepod in Northeast Pacific Estuaries Coredell et al.  North American Pacific coast
Prioritizing the Risk of Invasive Animal and Aquatic Invertebrate Species in Alaska's National Forests U.S. Department of Agriculture  Alaska
The Effects of Temporally Variable Dispersal and Landscape Structure on Invasive Species Spread Andrew & Ustin  California  
Unintended Biological Invasions: Does Risk Vary by Trading Partner?  Costello et al.  San Francisco Bay
A Tale of Four "Carp'': Invasion Potential and Ecological Niche Modeling DeVaney et al.  North America
An Ecological Risk Assessment of Non Native Boas and Pythons as Potentially Invasive Species in the United States Reed United States
An Invasive Species Assessment Protocol Natureserve North America
Conceptual Model Development for Invasive Species and a Regional Risk Assessment Case Study: the European Green Crab, Carcinus maenas, at Cherry Point, Washington, USA Colnar & Landis United States
Ecological Predictions and Risk Assessment for Alien Fishes in North America Kolar & Lodge  United States
Ecological Risk Screening Summary U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  United States
Generic Nonindigenous Aquatic Organisms Risk Analysis Review Process Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force United States
Invasive Species Risk Assessment Planning U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service United States
Limitations of Gravity Models in Predicting the Spread of Eurasian Watermilfoil Rothlisberger & Lodge United States
Model for a Natural Resources Agency Risk Assessment and Risk Management Process Mississippi River Basin Panel United States
Predicting Invasion Risk Using Measures of Introduction Effort and Environmental Niche Models Herborg et al.  North America
Predicting the Potential Invasive Distributions of Four Alien Plant Species in North America Peterson et al. North America
The Potential for Mitten Crab Eriocheir sinensis H. Milne Edwards, 1853 (Crustacea: Brachyura) Invasion of Pacific Northwest and Alaskan Estuaries Hanson & Systma United States
Thermal Tolerance Experiments Help Establish Survival Probabilities for Tilapia, a Group of Potentially Invasive Aquatic Species.  Wilson et al.  United States
Weed Risk Assessment for Aquatic Plants: Modification of a New Zealand System for the United States Gordon et al. United States


This information is meant to serve as a starting point for determining the invasion risk of aquatic species and should not be seen as an endorsement of any particular resource.