Query the Northwest by Drainage

This page allows you to query for an up-to-date listing of nonindigenous species by major hydrologic unit. You may either select the area of interest from the scrolled list on the left, or by clicking on the map below.


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Huc6 Northwest
171002 - Northern Oregon Coastal 171001 - Washington Coastal 170800 - Lower Columbia 170300 - Yakima 170402 - Upper Snake 170103 - Spokane 170101 - Kootenai 170102 - Pend Oreille 100100 - Saskatchewan 100302 - Marias 100500 - Milk 171003 - Southern Oregon Coastal 170900 - Wilamette 171100 - Puget Sound 170200 -- Upper Columbia WA 170501 - Middle Snake-Boise 170701 - Middle Columbia 170601 - Lower Snake 170603 - Clearwater 170502 - Middle Snake-Powder 170702 - John Day 170703 - Deschutes 170602 - Salmon 171200 - Oregon Closed Basins 180102 - Klamath 180101 - Northern California Coastal 180200 - Upper Sacramento 180101 - Northern California Coastal 180201 - Lower Sacramento 100301 - Upper Missouri 100200 - Missouri Headwaters 100401 - Fort Peck Lake 100402 - Musselshell 100700 - Upper Yellowstone 100600 - Missouri-Poplar 101102 - Little Missouri 101000 - Lower Yellowstone 100901 - Tongue 100902 - Powder 101201 - Cheyenne 100800 - Big Horn 101202 - Belle Fourche 90100 - Souris 101101 - Lake Sakakawea 101302 - Cannonball-Heart-Knife 101303 - Grand Moreau 90203 - Lower Red 90202 - Devil's Lake-Sheyenne 90201 - Upper Red 101600 - James 101301 - Lake Oahe 70200 - Minnesota 101702 - Big Sioux 101701 - Lewis and Clark Lake 101401 - Fort Randall Reservoir 101402 - White 101500 - Niobrara 160101 - Upper Bear 140401 - Upper Green 140402 - Great Divide Closed Basin 101800 - North Platte 102300 - Missouri-Little Sioux 102200 - Elkhorn 102002 - Lower Platte 102100 - Loup 102001 - Middle Platte 102400 - Missouri-Nishnabotna 102702 - Big Blue 101900 - South Platte 102500 - Republican 102600 - Smoky Hill 110300 - Midldle Arkansas 102701 - Kansas 110702 - Neosho 110701 - Verdigris 110400 - Upper Cimarron 110200 - Upper Arkansas 140500 - White Yampa 140100 - Colorado Headwaters 140200 - Gunnison 130100 - Rio Grande Headwaters 140801 - Upper San Juan 140802 - Lower San Juan 140300 - Upper Colorado-Dolores 140600 - Lower Green 140700 - Upper Colorado-Dirty Devil 160102 - Lower Bear 160201 - Weber 160202 - Jordan 160300 - Escalante Desert-Sevier Lake 160203 - Great Salt Lake 150100 - Lower Colorado-Lake Mead 160600 - Central Nevada Desert Basins 160401 - Humboldt 160402 - Black Rock Desert 180800 - North Lahontan 160501 - Truckee 160502 - Carson 160503 - Carson 180901 - Middle Owens Lakes 180902 - Northern Mojave 180400 - San Joaquin 180300 - Tulare-Buena Vista Lakes 180500 - San Francisco Bay 180600 - Central California Coastal nothing

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Page Contact Information: Pam Fuller - NAS Program (pfuller@usgs.gov)
Page Last Modified: Monday, August 27, 2018

Disclaimer:

The data represented on this site vary in accuracy, scale, completeness, extent of coverage and origin. It is the user's responsibility to use these data consistent with their intended purpose and within stated limitations. We highly recommend reviewing metadata files prior to interpreting these data.

Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2018]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [9/23/2018].

Contact us if you are using data from this site for a publication to make sure the data are being used appropriately and for potential co-authorship if warranted. For queries involving fish, please contact Pam Fuller. For queries involving invertebrates, contact Amy Benson.