Accession Number PB2013-106153
Title Lake Tahoe Region Aquatic Invasive Species Management Plan, Caifornia-Nevada.
Publication Date Nov 2009
Media Count 256p
Personal Author N/A
Abstract The implementation of the Plan is structured around seven objectives associated with: A. Management plan implementation and updates B. Coordination and collaboration C. Prevention D. Early detection, rapid response and monitoring E. Long-term control and management F. Research and information transfer G. Laws and regulations To meet these objectives, 23 strategies are identified with respective action items detailing how that objective will be met. The priority of each of the 95 actions included are ranked as low, medium, or high and the lead and cooperating entities are identified. Where applicable, shortterm (present through 2010) priorities for action and funding sources are indicated as are the long-term actions over the five-year period from 2010 to 2015. In many cases, the LTAISWG or cooperating entities. Currently, the two committees share a common chair. The intent of the Plan is to provide more localized guidance for preventing and managing AIS in the Lake Tahoe Region and will not be in conflict with the California AIS Management Plan (CAISMP), administered by the California Department and Fish and Game (CDFG) or the anticipated plan from the state of Nevada.
Keywords Aquaculture
Aquatic ecosystems
Aquatic invasive species
Aquatic plants
California
Control
Economic impacts
Evalution
Lake Tahoe Region
Monitoring
Natural resources management
Nevada
Pest control
Water resources


 
Source Agency Army
NTIS Subject Category 47D - Biological Oceanography
57P - Pest Control
57H - Ecology
48B - Natural Resource Management
91A - Environmental Management & Planning
Corporate Author Tetra Tech Environmental Management, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1314
Contract Number N/A

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