Hydrilla verticillata
Hydrilla verticillata
(hydrilla)
Plants
Exotic

10 results for Hydrilla verticillata (hydrilla)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2957 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Experimental Field Water exchange rates are lowered in Hydrilla verticillata-infested tidal canals. 10124
5616 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Observational Field Hydrilla verticillata reduces oxygen in water as they die and decompose in large numbers... 182
7044 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Anecdotal N/A Dense infestations of Hydrilla verticillata can alter water chemistry, decrease oxygen... 42108
7045 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Observational Field Hydrilla verticillata has been shown to alter the physical and chemical characteristics of... 10509
7046 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Observational Field Changes in water chemistry may also be implicated in zooplankton and phytoplankton declines as a... 5139
7047 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Experimental Laboratory Hydrilla verticillata leads to slow waterflow and can also increase the sedimentation... 42109
7048 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Experimental Laboratory Hydrilla verticillata affects water nutrient turnover. 42110
7069 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Anecdotal N/A Highly transparent water is often considered desirable by the public and large populations of... 42126
9228 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Observational Field The invasion of Hydrilla verticillata transformed hypereutrophic lakes into... 5143
9229 Hydrilla verticillata Water Quality Anecdotal N/A Hydrilla verticillata demonstrates a significant potential for ecological restoration... 42770

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