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 DRAFT Regional Case Studies

The introduction and spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) poses a threat to lakes, rivers, and other water bodies throughout North America. One pathway that has been shown to contribute to AIS spread is seaplanes. These case studies illustrate the role seaplanes can play in the spread of AIS and the negative impacts AIS establishment can have on the environment as well as seaplane safety and operations. These case studies also illustrate the important role seaplane pilots can play to prevent the spread of AIS.
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The graphic below depicts draft seaplane pilot best management practices.
During Phase III of this project, these draft BMPs will be vetted with pilots.

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