Additional Resources


Title Author Geographic Scope
A Risk-Based Decision Model and Risk Assessment of Invasive Mussels Wu et al. Wisconsin
Assessing Ecosystem Vulnerability to Invasive Rusty Crayfish (Orconectes Rusticus).  Olden et al. Wisconsin
Binational Ecological Risk Assessment of Bigheaded Carp (Hypophthalmichthys spp.) for the Great Lakes Basin Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans Great Lakes
Boats, Pathways, and Aquatic Biological Invasions: Estimating Dispersal Potential with Gravity Models Leung et al. Michigan
Can Filter-Feeding Asian Carp Invade the Laurentian Great Lakes? A Bioenergetic Modelling Exercise Cooke & Hill Great Lakes
Landscape Context Predicts Reed Canary Grass Invasion: Implications for Management Jakubowski et al. Southern Wisconsin
Michigan Plant Invasiveness Assessment System Michigan Invasive Plant Council Michigan
New York State Ranking System for Evaluating Non-Native Plant Species for Invasiveness New York Invasive Species Clearinghouse New York
Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM) Form New York Invasive Species Clearinghouse New York
Predicting Invasions: Propagule Pressure and the Gravity of Allee Effects Leung et al. Michigan
Preventing the Spread of Invasive Species: Economic Benefits of Intervention Guided by Ecological Predictions Keller et al. Wisconsin
Species Assessments Invasive Plants Species Assessment Working Group (IPSAWG) Indiana
The Risk of Establishment of Aquatic Invasive Species: Joining Invasibility and Propagule Pressure Leung & Mandrak Michigan
Using Ecological Niche Models to Predict the Abundance and Impact of Invasive Species: Application to the Common Carp Kulhanek et al. Minnesota
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
Can Invasive Burmese Pythons Inhabit Temperate Regions of the Southeastern United States? Dorcas et al. United States
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 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 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
Risk Assessment of Potential Invasiveness of Exotic Reptiles Imported to South Florida Fujisaki et al. United States
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.