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Risk evaluation of invasive species transport across the U.S.-Canada border in Washington State
Laura J. Sellens
by Border Policy Research Institute, Western Washington University in Bellingham, Wash
Written in English
|Other titles||Campus History Collection.|
|Statement||Laura J. Sellens and April J. Markiewicz and Wayne G. Landis.|
|Series||Research report -- no. 2, Research report (Border Policy Research Institute) -- no. 2.|
|Contributions||Markiewicz, April J., Landis, Wayne G., Border Policy Research Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Risk Evaluation of Invasive Species Transport Across the U.S. – Canada Border in Washington State Laura J. Sellens and April J. Markiewicz Assistant Director and Wayne G.
Landis Director Institute of Environmental Toxicology Western Washington University Research Report No. 2 Border Policy Research InstituteCited by: 1. Non-indigenous invasive species (NIS) create a multitude of undesired economic, social, and ecological effects. Financial costs include reduced revenue and property value, and prevention and control expenditures (Pimentel et al., ).
Social impacts include reduction in preferred uses including cultural and recreational activities, as well as loss of valued aesthetic qualities and civic Cited by: 1. 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. Risk Evaluation of Invasive Species Transport Across the U.S.-Canada Border in Washington State, Laura J.
(Laura Jean) Sellens, April J. Markiewicz, and Wayne G. Landis. PDF. Design and Analysis of Multispecies Toxicity Tests for Pesticide Registration, Wayne G. Landis, Robin A. Matthews, and Geoffrey B. Matthews. Reference: Risk Evaluation of Invasive Species Transport Across the U.S. - Canada Border in Washington State Regional Risk Assessment for the Cherry Point Herring Stock Citing technical report.
Risk Evaluation of Invasive Species Transport Across the U.S.-Canada Border in Washington State, Laura J.
(Laura Jean) Sellens, April J. Markiewicz, and Wayne G. Landis Browse Collections. Washington State carries out eradication of Class A weeds as required by law (NWCB, ). Oregon and Idaho also have programs to eradicate noxious weeds (ODA, ; ISDA, ).
If these programs are effective, the risk of natural dispersal as a pathway into Canada will decrease. His years in Hawaii alone, dealing with invasive insects, plant diseases, mollusks, and weeds, helped form a base of invasive species experience that is second to none.
Campbell is an entomologist by training with bachelor, master, and doctorate degrees in entomology from Washington State University and the University of Idaho. A SETAC Technical Workshop titled “The Nexus Between Ecological Risk Assessment and Natural Resource Damage Assessment Under CERCLA: Understanding and Improving the Common Scientific.
a The conservation status of a species is designated by a number from 1 to 5, preceded by a letter reflecting the appropriate geographic scale of the assessment (G = Global, N = National, and S = Subnational).
The numbers have the following meaning: 1 = critically imperiled, 2 = imperiled, 3 = vulnerable, 4 = apparently secure, 5 = secure. SX = Presumed Extirpated, SNR = Unranked. It is thought to have been transported from the east coast via ballast water or in packing materials of live marine species.
From San Francisco, the European green crab has traveled via currents. Introduction. Globalization of trade and marine transportation has facilitated the spread of non-native species across the earth.
Since the 20th century, a proportion of these species became established and caused serious environmental, economic, and human health impacts, and is now recognized as one of the major drivers of biodiversity change across the globe (Perrings et al.
Invasive species are any species that have, primarily with human help, become established in a new ecosystem. While it’s impossible to say exactly how many invasive species are living in Canada, in researchers estimated that at least 1, invasive species — including fish, plants, insects and invertebrates — now live in the country’s farmlands, forests and waterways.
Pre-border interventions are particularly important in the approach to tackling invasive alien plant species since, banning the sale of an invasive plant is going to be much less effective when the invasive species is already widespread within a region, be that within gardens or the wider countryside.
Yet, this was the case in England when five. All of Canada’s coastlines and waterways have been affected by invasive species that arrived by ship.
To date, the most well-known impacts have occurred in the Great Lakes. Between % of the estimated 56 invasive species recorded in the Great Lakes since are thought to have been introduced by shipping activities.
Access PDF ( KB). Between January and Decemberno new invasive alien species were found to have become established in Canada. Currently, species are being federally regulated to prevent their establishment in Canada, including 23 that have been regulated for the first time since Januarythe baseline date.
The Canadian Council on Invasive Species. We serve as a national voice and hub to protect Canada from the impacts of invasive species. With members and chapters from all corners of Canada, along with governments and businesses, the CCIS brings people together to build practical solutions to prevent the spread of invasive species.
While a weed risk assessment system (pre-border) has been developed and widely tested/adopted, post-border systems, especially for established weed species, have been more varied in their nature.
Invasive Species Strategy for BC The first Invasive Species Strategy for British Columbia (the ‘Strategy’) was completed in MayThis Strategy set the stage in BC as a foundation for invasive species work across the province and is the basis for our programs and efforts.
At the close of the 5-year implementation period of that first Strategy, provincial stakeholders once again. Risk Evaluation of Invasive Species Transport Across the U.S.-Canada Border in Washington State, Laura J. (Laura Jean) Sellens, April J. Markiewicz, and Wayne G. Landis.
Publications from PDF. PNWER Regional Economic Trends -Border Policy Research Institute. PDF. The Canadian Council on Invasive Species hosted a successful Community Science Workshop in Ottawa, Ontario, that brought together various partners and key organizations to share lessons learned from current citizen science programs in Canada and to provide direct recommendations that could be using moving forward to strengthen citizen science for the purposes of invasive species reporting.Some wildlife species in Canada are at risk of extinction.
For many of these species, population objectives are set out in a recovery document. This indicator presents early signs of progress, such as a reduced rate of decline, and provides a preliminary assessment of whether recovery efforts are working, recognizing that recovery may take many years.Canadian aquatic invasive species are all forms of life that traditionally has not been native to Canada's waterways.
In Eastern Canada, non-native plant and animal species are a concern to ng non-native species such as invasive fishes into Canada can damage the environment and ecosystem by repressing native species due to food competition or preying.