NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Malchoff, M., J.E. Marsden, and M. Hauser. 2005. Feasibility of Champlain Canal aquatic nuisance species barrier options. Lake Champlain Sea Grant, Burlington, Vermont. http://www.uvm.edu/~seagrant/communications/assets/ansbarrierrprt06.pdf.
Reference Number: 15298
Author: Malchoff, M., J.E. Marsden, and M. Hauser.
Date (year): 2005
Report TitleFeasibility of Champlain Canal aquatic nuisance species barrier options.
Publisher:Lake Champlain Sea Grant, Burlington, Vermont.
Keywords: canal, Champlain Canal, barrier
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