International

TitleAuthorGeographic Scope
AmphISK Amphibian Invasiveness Screening Kit Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) United Kingdom
Border Control for Potential Aquatic Weeds Champion & Clayton New Zealand, Australia, United States
Current and Modeled Potential Distribution of the Zebra Mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) in Sweden Hallstan et al. Sweden
Distribution and Potential Spread of Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) in Canada Relative to Climatic Thresholds Bourchier & Hezewijk Canada
Dreissena Distribution in Commercial Waterways of the U.S.: Using Failed Invasions to Identify Limiting Factors Allen et al. Canada, United States
Evaluation of Stochastic Gravity Model Selection for Use in Estimating Non-Indigenous Species Dispersal and Establishment Muirhead & MacIsaac  Ontario
FI-ISK Freshwater Invertebrate Invasiveness Screening Kit Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) United Kingdom
FISK Freshwater Fish Invasiveness Screening Kit Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) United Kingdom
Global Analysis of Factors Affecting the Outcome of Freshwater Fish Introductions Ruesink  Global
Global Hot Spots of Biological Invasions: Evaluating Options for Ballast–Water Management Drake & Lodge  Global
Identifying Conservation Priority Ponds of an Endangered Minnow, Pseudorasbora pumila, in the Area Invaded by Pseudorasbora parva Konishi et al. Japan
Increasing Potential Risk of a Global Aquatic Invader in Europe in Contrast to Other Continents Under Future Climate Change Liu et al.  Global
Invasion in Tidal Zones on Complex Coastlines: Modelling Larvae of the Non-Native Manila Clam, Ruditapes philippinarum, in the UK Herbert et al.  United Kingdom
Is Invasion History a Useful Tool for Predicting the Impacts of the World's Worst Aquatic Invasive Species? Kulhanek et al. Global
MFISK Marine Fish Invasiveness Screening Kit Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) United Kingdom
MI-ISK Marine Invertebrate Invasiveness Screening Kit Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) United Kingdom
Modeling the Establishment of Invasive Species: Habitat and Biotic Interactions Influencing the Establishment of Bythotrephes longimanus Wang & Jackson  Ontario
Network Connectivity and Dispersal Barriers: Using Geographical Information System (GIS) Tools to Predict Landscape Scale Distribution of a Key Predator (Esox lucius) Among Lakes Spens et al.  Northern Boreal Region of Sweden
Nipping Aquatic Plant Invasions in the Bud: Weed Risk Assessment and the Trade Champion et al. Europe
Physical and Chemical Properties Determine Zebra Mussel Invasion Success in Lakes Naddafi et al.  Europe, United States
Popularity and Propagule Pressure: Determinants of Introduction and Establishment of Aquarium Fish Duggan et al.  Canada, United States
Predicting Establishment Success for Introduced Freshwater Fishes: a Role for Climate Matching Bomford et al.  Global
Predicting the Impacts of an Introduced Species from its Invasion History: An Empirical Approach Applied to Zebra Mussel Invasions Ricciardi  Europe, North America
Predicting the Spread of Invasive Species in an Uncertain World: Accommodating Multiple Vectors and Gaps in Temporal and Spatial Data for Bythotrephes longimanus Gertzen & Leung  Canada
Predicting Zebra Mussel Fouling on Native Mussels from Physicochemical Variables Jokela & Ricciardi  Quebec
Prediction and Validation of the Potential Global Distribution of a Problematic Alien Invasive Species - the American Bullfrog Ficetola et al. Global
Propagule Pressure, Allee Effects and the Probability of Establishment of an Invasive Species (Bythotrephes longimanus) Gertzen & Leung  Canada
Quantification of Risks of Alien Species Introductions Associated with Ballast Water Discharge in the Gulf of St. Lawrence Claudi & Ravishankar Canada
Quantifying Invasion Pathways: Fish Introductions from the Aquarium Trade Gertzen et al.  Montreal
Risk Analysis for Invasive Species and Emerging Infectious Diseases: Concepts and Applications Drake  United Kingdom
Risk Assessment Model for Dispersion of Ballast Water Organisms in Shelf Seas Brickman Shelf Seas
The Demography of Introduction Pathways, Propagule Pressure and Occurrences of Non-Native Freshwater Fish in England Copp et al. England
Theory and Preliminary Analysis of Species Invasions from Ballast Water: Controlling Discharge Volume and Location Drake et al.  None
Thousands Introduced Annually: The Aquarium Pathway for Non-Indigenous Plants to the St. Lawrence Seaway Cohen et al.  Montreal
Trinational Risk Assessment Guidelines for Aquatic Invasive Species Commission for Environmental Cooperation  Canada, Mexico, 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.