Hydrilla verticillata
Hydrilla verticillata

6 results for Hydrilla verticillata (hydrilla)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
2951 Hydrilla verticillata Infrastructure Observational Field Large amounts of Hydrilla verticillata prevent adequate drainage of canals. 5101
2956 Hydrilla verticillata Infrastructure Experimental Field Water exchange rates are lowered in Hydrilla verticillata-infested tidal canals. 10124
3074 Hydrilla verticillata Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Hydrilla forms dense mats at the water surface, impeding water flow. 33836
3076 Hydrilla verticillata Infrastructure Observational Field Hydrilla has affected tourism and navigation in Guatemala. 33837
7055 Hydrilla verticillata Infrastructure Anecdotal N/A Hydrilla verticillata slows water flow and clogs irrigation and flood control canals.... 42119
7056 Hydrilla verticillata Infrastructure Observational Field In the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) system in September 1989, heavy late-season rainfall and... 5137

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