Invasive Species Management Reports

IS Management Reports
Kelting, Smith, Malchoff May 30, 2014
Aquatic nuisance species management plan for the Adirondack Park
Daniel L Kelting October 1, 2013
Project report on early detection and rapid response activities in the Great Lakes watershed portion of the Adirondack Park.
Laxson, C.L., and D.L. Kelting June 11, 2014
McCavanaugh Ponds Aquatic Plant Survey 2013
Daniel L. Kelting June 5, 2014
Annual aquatic plant monitoring report on plant growth response to hand harvesting milfoil in Upper Saranac Lake
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