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  • Cornell University (The New York Invasive Species Clearinghouse, 2011)
    This is a Cornell Cooperative Extension website providing various forms of information about the emerald ash borer including biology, identification, hosts, signs and symptoms, management and control, and other resources.
  • Mills, E.L.; Scheuerell, M.D.; Strayer, D.L.; Carlton, J.T. (Estuaries, 1996)
    This is a compilation of information about the distribution of exotic organisms in the fresh waters of the Hudson River basin. The authors estimate that 10% of introduced species have had major ecological impacts. The ...
  • Zimmerman, C. (Eastern New York Chapter – The Nature Conservancy, 2007)
    This TNC report presents the results of a trailhead/trail surveys in the Catskill Mountains for the invasive garlic mustard. The goals of this study were to determine if garlic mustard was present at trailhead parking ...
  • Wells, Scott (American Fisheries Society, 2011)
    This paper documents the continued effort to monitor the infestation of the loach in the Manor Kill watershed and beyond. A mapping of the areas where loach have been found, and two pages of photographs of the species ...
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC Biology Reports for East Central New York - Region 4, 2010)
    This one-page report documents the discovery of this exotic species within the watershed and provides basic background information as well as a photo.