An introductory meeting to the Invasive Mussel Collaborative.
This webinar summarizes recent work with a new control method, Zequanox®.
This webinar introduces attendees to the activities of Invasive Mussel Collaborative members throughout the United States, focused on the inland lake systems.
This webinar shares lessons learned from efforts to control and eradicate zebra mussels in Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba.
This webinar highlights ongoing detection and control technology research and development of tools to deliver control agents to aquatic filter-feeding organisms.
This webinar highlights successful integrated pest management control programs from different disciplines.
The webinar focuses on the theories of interactions between Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and invasive mussels, and the possible environmental influences these interactions may have. While nutrient loading is widely accepted as the primary driver behind HABs, recent research has indicated that secondary interactions and relationships may exist between HABs and invasive mussels. This joint webinar was hosted by the Harmful Algal Blooms Collaboratory and the Invasive Mussel Collaborative.
This webinar highlights available control options, case studies in planning and implementing control, and new technologies being developed to control and manage zebra and quagga mussels in irrigation systems.
This webinar highlights available methods and associated challenges, opportunities to address gaps in knowledge, and case studies in developing and implementing decontamination protocols and procedures for management agencies.
This webinar examines a variety of voluntary and mandatory programs in order to present resource managers with a suite of options for watercraft inspection and decontamination.