Exotic Species in the Great Lakes Basin



Exotic Species in the Great Lakes Basin Related

Exotic Species and their Effects on the Great Lakes:: Exotics- learn about nonindigenous creatures that invade the Great Lakes Region of the U.S. - Don't let them hitch a ride with you!

Non-Native Invasive Species in the Great Lakes:: Teacher resource identifying the non-native invasive species have become established in and around the Great Lakes since the 1800s.

Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Nonindigenous Species Program:: Examining the role of the zebra mussel in promoting nuisance blooms of the potentially toxic blue-green alga Microcystis on Saginaw Bay and the effects of these blooms on the ecosystem and the mussels themselves.

Great Lakes Ranch:: Breeds llamas, Suri alpacas, and owns some Tibetan yaks.

Great Lakes Chocolate:: Providing truffles, hard candies, caramel pecan patties, barks, creams, and fudge, plus sugar free confections and gifts.

Invasive Exotic Species:: Focuses on the insects, weeds, and diseases effecting the forests of North America. From the Entomology and Forest Resources Digital Information Work Group.

Great Lakes Ag-Research Service:: Specialists in Contracted Field Research. Also offers GLP, biotech studies and pesticide efficacy trials in Wisconsin and Illinois.

Great Lakes Kraut Company:: Producer of branded of sauerkraut. Company profile, sauerkraut recipes, product news and nutritional information.

Great Lakes International Trading:: Importer and supplier of dried fruit, edible seeds and nuts.

Great Lakes Alpaca Association:: The purpose of GLAA is to promote public awareness of, and interest in, alpacas and their fiber.

  • New Additions: Aquatic
Baltic Sea Alien Species Database
San Francisco Estuary Invasive Spartina Project
ZeeStop Zebra Mussel Filters