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DRAFT Literature Compilation

DRAFT Literature Compilation

Risk Assessment Frameworks

Risk Assessment Frameworks


Airmen Certification System. 2023.

Alaska Public Media. 2014. Invasive Elodea Found in Valley. https://alaskapublic. org/2014/09/04/invasiveelodeafoundinvalley/#:~:text=Elodea%2C%20the%20 waterway%20clogging%20invasive,a%20Matanuska%2DSusitna%20Borough%20 lake.&text=According%20to%20Brianne%20Blackburn%2C%20with,by%20floatplane%20 or%20by%20boat. Accessed 17 Dec 2023

Aquatic Nuisance Species Digest. 2001. A publication of the Freshwater Foundation. 4(3): 5pp. gest%204_3.pdf, Accessed 23 October 2023.

Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force. 2013. Voluntary guidelines to prevent the introduction and spread of aquatic invasive species: Recreational activities. 16pp.

Ara, S., E. Irwin, and T. Haab. 2006. The influence of water quality on housing price around Lake Erie. Selected paper presented at the 2006 American Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Long Beach, California, July 2006.

Baron, A., W. Zhang, and E. Irwin. 2016. Estimating the capitalization of harmful algal bloom incidence, intensity and duration? A repeated sales model of Lake Erie lakefront property values. Selected paper for presentation at the 2016 Agricultural & Applied Economics Association Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.

Bayfield County Lakes Forum. Comments to the Bayfield County Board of Supervisors regarding seaplanes. Modified: 05102008. Available at http://www.bayfieldcountylakes. org/?110100

Benson, A.J., D. Raikow, J. Larson, A. Fusaro, A.K. Bogdanoff, and A. Elgin. 2023. Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas, 1771): U.S. Geological Survey, Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database, Gainesville, FL,, Revision Date: 9/7/2023, Access Date: 12/15/2023.

Bingham, M., S. Sinha, and F. Lupi. 2015. Economic benefits of reducing harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie. Report submitted to the International Joint Commission Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc., Report, 66 pp.

Bossenbroek, J.M., L.E. Burlakova, T.C. Crail, A.Y. Karatayev, R.A. Krebs, and D.T. Zanatta. 2018. Modeling habitat of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia:Unionidae) in the lower Great Lakes 25 years after the Dreissena invasion. Freshwater Science 37(2): 330–342.

Boylen, C.W., E.W. Lawrence, J.D. Madsen. 1999. Loss of native aquatic plant species in a community dominated by Eurasian watermilfoil. Hydrobiologia 415: 207–211.

Bradley, B.A., E.M. Beaury, EJ. Fusco, and B.E. Lopez. 2023. Invasive species policy must embrace a changing climate. Bioscience 73(2): 124–133.

Bruckerhoff, L, J. Havel, and S. Knight. 2014. Survival of invasive aquatic plants after air exposure and implications for dispersal by recreational boats. Hydrobiologia 746: 113–121.

British Columbia Ministry of Water, Land, and Resource Stewardship. 2023. Potential eco nomic impact of zebra and quagga mussels in B.C. 33pp.

Bureau of Reclamation. 2021. Costs associated with invasive mussel impacts and management.  Science and Technology Program Research and Development Office. Final Report No. ST-2021-8142-01, pp 35.

Burlakova, L.E., B.L. Tulumello, A.Y. Karatayev, R.A. Krebs, D.W. Schloesser, W.L. Paterson, T.A. Griffith, M.W. Scott, T. Crail, and D.T. Zanatta. 2017. Competetive replacement of invasive congeners may relax impact on native species: interactions among zebra, quagga, and native unionid mussels. PLOS ONE 9(12): e114926.

Campbell T., T. Verboomen, G. Montz, and T. Seilheimer. 2016. Volume and contents of residual water in recreational watercraft ballast systems. Management of Biological Invasions 3: 281–286.

Carey, M.P., G.H. Reeves, S.A. Sethi, T.L. Tanner, D.B. Young, K.K. Bartz, and C.E. Zimmerman. 2023. Elodea mediates juvenile salmon growth by altering physical structure in freshwater habitats. Biological Invasions 25:1509–1525.

Carey, M., S.A. Sethi, S. Larsen, and C. Rich. 2016. A primer on potential impacts, management priorities, and future directions for Elodea spp. in high latitude systems: Learning from the Alaska experience. Hydrobiologia 777: 1–19.

Collas, F.P.L., A.Y. Karatayev, L.E. Burlakova, and R.S.E.W. Leuven. 2018. Detachment rates of dreissenid mussels after boat hull-mediated overland dispersal. Hydrobiologia 810: 77–84.

Commission for Environmental Cooperation. 2009. Trinational Risk Assessment Guidelines for Aquatic Alien Invasive Species. ISBN 9782923358604. 100pp.

Columbia Basin Cooperative Weed Management Area. 2019. Columbia Basin Flowering Rush Management Plan: A regional strategy to address Butomus umbellatus throughout the Columbia Basin. 67pp.

Commission for Environmental Cooperation. 2009. Traditional risk assessment guidelines for aquatic alien invasive species. CEC project report. 101pp.

Convention on Biological Diversity. 2014. Convention on Biological Diversity. UNEP/CBD/SB STTA/18/9/Add.1. Pathways of introduction of invasive alien species, their prioritisation and management. https://www. en.pdf

Craft, C.D., and C.A. Myrick. 2011. Evaluation of quagga mussel veliger thermal tolerance. Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Report Prepared for the Colorado Division of Wildlife. 21 pp.

Crystal-Ornelas R., E.J. Hudgins, R.N. Cuthbert, P.J. Haubrock, J. Fantle-Lepczyk, E. Angulo, A.M. Kramer, L. Ballesteros-Mejia, B. Leroy, B. Leung, E. Lopez-Lopez, C. Diagne and F. Courchamp. 2021. Economic costs of biological invasions within North America. NeoBiota 67: 485–510.

Cuthbert, R.N., C. Giagne, E.J. Hudgins, A. Turbelin, D.A. Ahmed, C. Albert, T.W. Bodey, E. Briski, R. Essl, P.J. Haubrock, R.E. Gozlan, N. Kirichenko, M. Kourantidou, A.M. Kramer, and F. Courchamp. 2022. Biological invasion costs reveal insufficient proactive management worldwide. Science of the Total Environment 819: 1–12.

Daily, G.C. 1997. Introduction: what are ecosystem services? In Daily, G.C., Ed., Nature’s Ser vices: Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems, Island Press, Washington, DC, 1–10. ISBN: 9781559634762.


Daniels, J.A., J.R. Kerr, and P.S. Kemp. 2023. River infrastructure and the spread of freshwater invasive species: Inferences from an experimentally-parameterized individual-based model. Journal of Applied Ecology 60(6): 999–1009.

Davidson, A.D., A.J. Fusaro, R.A. Sturtevant, E.S. Rutherford, and D.R. Kashian. 2017. Development of a risk assessment framework to predict invasive species establishment for multiple taxonomic groups and vectors of introduction. Management of Biological Invasions 8(1): 25–36.

DeBruyckere, L.A., and R. Draheim. 2023. Tahoe Basin Aquatic Invasive Species Risk Assessment Framework. A report prepared for the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. 136pp.

Depew, D.C., E. Krutzelmann, K.E. Watchorn, A. Caskenette, and E.C. Enders. 2021. The distribution, density, and biomass of the zebra mussel on natural substrates in Lake Winnipeg 20172019. Journal of Great Lakes Research 47: 556–566.


Diagne C., B. Leroy, A.-C. Vaissiere, R.E. Gozlan, R. Roiz, I. Jaric, J.-M. Salles, C. J.A. Bradshaw and F. Courchamp.  2022. High and rising economic costs of biological invasions worldwide. Nature 592, 571–576.

Essl, F., S. Bacher S, and T.M. Blackburn et al. 2015. Crossing frontiers in tackling pathways of biological invasions. Bioscience 65(8): 769–782.


Fantle-Lepczyk, J.E., P.J. Haubrock, A.M. Kramer, R.N. Cuthbert, A.J. Turbelin, R. Crystal-Ornelas, C. Diagne, and F. Courchamp. 2022. Economic costs of biological invasions in the United States. Science of The Total Environment 806*3): 151318.

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). 2004. Seaplane, skiplane, and float/ski equipped helicopter operations handbook.

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) 2021. Airplane Flying Handbook. FAAH80833C. U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration. 406pp.

Fenster, B., and A. Fenster. 2019. Guide to Seaplane Flying. 116pp.

Gallardo, B., M. Clavero, M.I. Sanchez, and M. Vila. 2016. Global ecological impacts of invasive species in aquatic ecosystems. Glob Chang Biol 22(1): 151–63.

Gopal, B. 1987. Water hyacinth. (Aquatic Plant Studies 1). Elsevier, Amsterdam. pp. xii + 471. ISBN 0444427066.

Gudmundsson, S. 2013. General Aviation Aircraft Design: Applied Methods and Procedures. Butterworth Beinemann publishers. ISBN9780123973085.


Gurevitch J, and D. K. Padilla. 2004. Are invasive species a major cause of extinctions? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19:470–474.

Hampton, S.E., A.W.E. Galloway, S.M. Powers, T. Ozersky, K.H. Woo, R.D. Batt, S.G. Labou,

C.M. O’Reilly, S. Sharma, N.R. Lottig, E.H. Stanley, R.L. North, J.D. Stockwell, R. Adrian, G.A. Weyhenmeyer, L. Arvola, H.M. Baulch, I. Bertani, L.L. Bowman, Jr., C.C. Carey, J. Catalan, W. ColomMontero, L.M. Domine, M. Felip, I. Granados, C. Gries, H. Grossart, J. Haberman, M. Haldna, B. Hayden, S.N. Higgins, J.C. Jolley, K.K. Kahilainen, E. Kaup, M.J. Kehoe, S. MacIntyre, A.W. Mackay, H.L. Mariash, R.M. McKay, B. Nixdorf, P. Notes, T. Noges, M. Palmer, D.C. Pierson, D.M. Post, M.J. Pruett, M. Rautio, J.S. Read, S.LL. Roberts, J. Rucker, S. Sadro, E.A. Silow, D.E. Smoth, R.W. Sterner, G.E.A. Swann, M.A. Timofeyev, M. Toro, M.R. Twiss, R.J. Vogt, S.B. Watson, E.J. Whiteford, and M.A. Xenopoulos. 2017. Ecology under lake ice. Ecology Letters 20: 98–111.

Hanski, I., 1999. Metapopulation Ecology. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Havel, J.E., L.A. Bruckerhoff, M.A. Funkhouser, and A.R. Gemberling. 2013. Resistance to dessication in aquatic invasive snails and implications for their overland dispersal. Hydrobiologia 741: 89–100.

Havel, J.E., K.E. Kovalenko, S.M. Thomaz, S. Amalfitano, and L.B. Kats. 2015. Aquatic invasive species: challenges for the future. Hydrobiologia 750: 147–170.

Higgins, S.N., and M.J. Vander Zanden. 2010. What a difference a species makes: a meta- analysis of dreissenid mussel impacts on freshwater ecosystems. Ecological Monographs 80(2): 179–196.

Hill, J., Copp, G., Hardin, S., Lawson, K., Lawson, L., Tuckett, Q., Vilizzi, L., & Watson, C. 2020. Comparing apples to oranges and other misrepresentations of the risk screening tools FISK and AS-ISK – a rebuttal of Marcot et al. Management of Biological Invasions 11(2): 325–341.

Hollander, Z. 2015. Weed killer proposed for invasive plant choking West Anchorage lakes. Alaska Dispatch News. plantchokingsandlake/2015/06/06/. Accessed 15 Dec 2023.

Horan RD, Perrings C, Lupi F, Bulte EH. 2002. Biological pollution prevention strategies under ignorance: The case of invasive species. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 84:1303–1310.

Horsch, E.J., and D.J. Lewis. 2009. The effects of aquatic invasive species on property values: evidence from a quasi-experiment. Land Economics 85(3): 391–409.

Hulme, P.E. 2009. Trade, transport and trouble: managing invasive species pathways in an era of globalization. J Appl Ecol 46: 10–18.

IPBES. 2023. Summary for Policymakers of the Thematic Assessment Report on Invasive Alien Species and their Control of the Intergovernmental Science Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. Roy, H.E., Pauchard, A., Stoett, P., Renard Truong, T., Bacher, S., Galil, B.S., Hulme, P.E., Ikeda, T., Sankaran, K.V., McGeoch, M.A., Meyerson, L.A., Nuñez, M.A., Ordonez, A., Rahlao, S.J., Schwindt, E., Seebens, H., Sheppard, A.W., and Vandvik, V. (eds.).

IPBES secretariat, Bonn, Germany.

Invasive Species Advisory Committee. 2016. Invasive species impacts on infrastructure. 12 pp.

Invasive Species Council of British Columbia. 2023. Best management practices – Seaplane Operations and Invasive Species – A pocket guide for commercial and recreational seaplane operators. 50 pp.

Jakus, P., M.J. Kealy, J. Loomis, N. Nelson, J. Ostermiller, C. Stanger, and N. von Stackelberg. 2013. Economic Benefits of Nutrient Reductions in Utah’s Waters. Report prepared for the State of Utah, Utah Division of Water Quality. Salt Lake City, Utah: CH2M Hill.

Jokinen, E.H. 1982. Cipangopaludina chinensis (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) in North America, review and update. Nautilus 96: 89–95.

Jokinen, E.H. 1992. The Freshwater Snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda)of New York State. University of the State of New York, State Education Department, New York State Museum, Biological Survey.

Jones, C.G., J.H. Lawton, and M. Shachak. 1994. Organisms as ecosystem engineers. OIKOS 69: 373–386.

Karatayev, A.Y., L.E. Burlakova, and D.K. Padilla. 2002. Impacts of Zebra Mussels on Aquatic Communities and their Role as Ecosystem Engineers. In: Leppäkoski, E., Gollasch, S., Olenin, S. (eds) Invasive Aquatic Species of Europe. Distribution, Impacts and Management. Spring er, Dordrecht.

Karatayev, A.Y., L.E. Burlakova, and D.K. Padilla. 1997. The effects of Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas) invasion on aquatic communities in Eastern Europe. Journal of Shellfish Research 16: 187–203.

Karatayev, A.Y., D.K. Padilla, and L. Burlakova. 2015. Zebra versus quagga mussels: a review of their spread, population dynamics, and ecosystem impacts. Hydrobiologia 746: 97–112.

Keller, R.P., and C. Perrings. 2011. International policy options for reducing the environmental impacts of invasive species. BioScience 61: 1005–1012.

Kelley, D. W., L.M. Herborg, and H. J. MacIsaak. 2010. Ecosystem changes associated with Dreissena invasions: recent developments and emerging issues. In van der Velde, G., S. Rajagopal & A. Bij de Vaate (eds), The Zebra Mussel in Europe. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden: 199–209.


Kinsley, A.C., S.Z. Kao, E.A. Enns, L.E. Escobar, H. Quio, N. Snellgrove, U. Muellner, P. Muellner, R. Muthukrishnan, M. Craft, D.J. Larkin, and N.B.D. Phelps. 2024, Modeling the risk of aquatic species invasion spread through boater movements and river connections. Conservation Biology 2024; e14260.

Knoll, L.B., O. Sarnelle, S.K. Hamilton, C.E.H. Kissman, A.E. Wilson, J.B. Rose, and M.R. Morgan. 2008. Invasive zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) increase cyanobacterial toxin concentrations in low nutrient lakes. vol. 65, pp. 448–455. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science

Kuehne, L.M., J. D. Olden, and E.S. Rubenson. 2016. Multitrophic impacts of an invasive aquatic plant. Freshwater Biology 61(11): 1846–1861.

Kumschick, S., J.R.U. Wilson, and L.C. Foxcroft. 2020. A framework to support alien species regulation: The Risk Analysis for Alien Taxa (RAAT). NeoBiota 62: 213–239.

Lake Superior Binational Program. 2014. Lake Superior Aquatic Invasive Species Complete Prevention Plan. Available at

Larsen, A., T. Schwoerer, T. Simmons, and J. Fulkerson. 2020. Elodea: Alaska’s first invasive aquatic plant continues to march across the state. Alaska Park Science 19(1): 92–99.

Lipinskaya, T., V. Semenchenko, and D. Minchin. 2020. A pathways risk assessment of aquatic nonindigenous macroinvertebrates passing to, and through, the Central European invasion corridor. Management of Biological Invasions 11(3): 525–540.

Lonsdale, W.M. 2011. Risk assessment and prioritization. Pages 604–609 in Simberloff, D., and M. Rejmamek (eds.), Encyclopedia of Biological Invasions. University of California Press. ISBN 9780520264212.

Leung, B. D.M. Lodge, and D. Finnoff, et cl. 2002. An ounce of prevention or a pound of cure: bioeconomic risk analysis of invasive species. Proc R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 269(1508): 2407– 2413.

Luizza, M.W., P.H. Evangelista, C.S. Jarnevich, A. West, and H. Stewart. 2016. Integrating subsistence practice and species distribution modeling: assessing invasive elodea’s potential impact on Native Alaskan subsistence of Chinook salmon and whitefish. Environmental Management 58: 144–163.

Mahon, A.R., E.K. Grey, and C.L. Jerde. 2022. Integrating invasive species risk assessment into environmental DNA metabarcoding reference libraries. Ecological Applications p.32730.


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Mazzotti, F.J., and V. Briggs-Gonzalez. 2014. A Summary of Invasive Species Risk Assessments, and Proposed and Existing Assessment Frameworks. Report prepared for Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

McCullough, D.G., T.T. Work, J.F. Cavey, A.M. Liebhold, and D. Marshall. 2006. Interceptions of nonindigenous plant pests at US ports of entry and border crossings over a 17year period. Biological Invasions 8:611–610.

McCumber, A., A. Sullivan, M.K. Houser, and R. Muthukrishnan. 2023. Are lakes a public good or exclusive resource? Towards value-based management for aquatic invasive species. Environmental Science and Policy 139: 130–138.

McKie, B.G., K. Tattersdill, F. Ecke, A. Frainer, and R.A. Spoonseller. 2023. A long-established invasive species alters the functioning of benthic biofilms in lakes. Freshwater Biology 68(12): 2068–2083.

McNeil, E., and D. Strayer. 2010. A checklist to help stop the spread: a procedure to avoid transporting invasive species by seaplane. Water Flying 181: 18–25.

Mills, E.L., J.M. Casselman, R. Dermott, J.D. Fitzsimons, G. Gal, K.T. Holeck, J.A. Hoyle, O.E. Johansson, B.F. Lantry, J.C. Makarewica, E.S. Millard, I.F. Munawar, M.R. Munawar, R. O’Gorman, R.W. Owens, L.G. Rudstam, T. Schaner, and T.J. Stewart. 2003. Lake Ontario: food web dynamics in a changing ecosystem (19702000). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60(4): 361–369.

Minnesota DNR (no date). Help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species by seaplanes. Accessed 23 October 2023.

National Invasive Species Council. 2007. Training and implementation guide for pathway definition, risk analysis, and risk prioritization. 60pp.

Nelson, N.M. 2019. Enumeration of potential economic costs of dreissenid mussels infestation in Montana. 39pp.

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Ontario Invasive Species Awareness Program. 2021. Pathways – Float Planes. Retrieved from Accessed 23 October 2023.

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Rahel, F.J., B. Bierwagen, and Y. Taniguchi. 2008. Managing aquatic species of conservation concern in the face of climate change and invasive species. Conservation Biology 22(3): 551–561.

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Robertson, P.A., A.C. Mill, T. Adriaens, N. Moore, S. Vanderhoeven, F. Essl, and O. Booy. 2021. Risk management assessment improves the cost-effectiveness of invasive species prioritisation. Biology 10:1320.

Robinson, T.B., N. Martin, T.G. Loureiro, P. Matikinca, and M.P. Robertson. 2022. Double trouble: the implications of climate change for biological invasions. NeoBiota 62: 463487.

Roy, H.E., S. Bacher, F. Essl, T. Adriaens, D.C. Aldridge, J.D.D. Bishop, T.M. Blackburn, E. Bran quart, J. Brodie, C. Carboneras, E.J. Cottier-Cook, G.H. Copp, H.J. Dean, J. Eilenberg, B. Gallardo, M. Garcia, E. García-Berthou, P. Genovesi, P.E. Hulme, M. Kenis, F. Kerckhof, M. Kettunen, D. Minchin, W. Nentwig, A. Nieto, J. Pergl, O.L. Pescott, J.M. Peyton, C. Preda, A. Roques, S.L. Rorke, R. Scalera, S. Schindler, K.  Schönrogge, J. Sewell, W. Solarz, A.J.A. Stewart, E. Tricarico, S. Vanderhoeven, G. van der Velde, M. Vilà, C.A. Wood, A. Zenetos, and W. Rabitsch. 2019. Developing a list of invasive alien species likely to threaten biodiversity and ecosystems in the European Union. Global Chang Biol 25: 1032–1048.

Roy, H., J. Peyton, D.C. Aldridge, T. Tristan Bantock, T.M. Blackburn, R. Britton, P. Clark, E. Cook, K. Dehnen‐Schmutz, T. Dines, M. Dobson, F. Edwards, C. Harrower, M.C. Harvey, D. Minchin, D.G. Noble, D. Parrott, M.J.O. Pocock, C.D. Preston, S. Roy, A. Salisbury, K. Schönrogge, J. Sewell, R.H. Shaw, P. Stebbing, A.J.A. Stewart, and K.J. Walker. 2014. Horizon scanning for invasive alien species with the potential to threaten biodiversity in Great Britain. Global Change Biology 20: 3859–3871,

Roy, H.E., H. Hesketh, B.V. Purse, J. Eilenberg, A. Santini, R. Scalera, G.D. Stentiford, T. Adriaens, K. BacelaSpychalska, and D. Bass. 2017. Alien pathogens on the horizon: opportunities for predicting their threat to wildlife. Conserv Lett 10: 477–484.

Roy, H.E., W. Rabitsch, R. Scalera, A. Stewart, B. Gallardo, P. Genovesi, F. Essl, T. Adriaens, S. Bacher, O. Booy, E. Branquart, S. Brunel, G.H. Copp, H. Dean, B. D’hondt, M. Joseffson, M. Kenis, M. Kettunen, M. Linnamagi, F. Lucy, A. Martinou, N. Moore, W. Nentwig, A. Nieto, J. Pergl, J. Peyton, A. Roques, S. Schindler, K. Schonrogge, W. Solarz, P.D. Stebbing, T. Trichkova, S. Vanderhoeven, J. van Valkenburg, and A. Zenetos. 2018. Developing a framework of minimum standards for the risk assessment of alien species. Journal of Applied Ecology 55: 526–538.

Rumzie, N., R. Christopherson, S. O’Meara, Y. Passamaneck, A. Murphy, S. Pucherelli, and J. Trujillo. 2021. Costs associated with invasive mussels impacts and management. Science and Technology Program, Research and Development Office, Final Report No. ST2021 814201.

Schwoerer, T. 2017. Invasive elodea threatens remote ecosystem services in Alaska: A spatially explicit bioeconomic risk analysis. PhD Thesis – University of Alaska Fairbanks. 208pp.

Schwoerer, T., R.J. Dial, J.M. Little, A.E. Martin, J.M. Morton, J.I. Schmidt, and E.J. Ward. 2022. Flight plan for the future: Floatplane pilots and researchers team up to predict invasive species dispersal in Alaska. Biological Invasions 24: 1229–1245. 027123

Schwoerer, T, J.M. Little, and M.D. Adkison. 2019. Aquatic invasive species change ecosystem services from the world’s largest wild sockeye salmon fisheries in Alaska. Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics 6(1): Article 2.

Schwoerer, T., J.M. Little, J. I. Schmidt, and K.W. Borash. 2020 Hitchhikers on floats to Arctic freshwater: Private aviation and recreation loss from aquatic invasion. Ambio 49(8): 1364 1376.

Schwoerer, T., and J.M. Morton. 2018. Human dimensions of aquatic invasive species in Alas ka: Lessons learned while integrating economics, management, and biology to incentivize early detection and rapid response. In: Lewis T (ed) Alaska: flight Plan for the Future: Float plane Pilots and Researchers Team Up in Alaska Economic, Environmental and Social Issues. Nova Science Publishers Inc., New York City, pp 1–46.

Simberloff, D. 2005. The politics of assessing risk for biological invasions: the USA as a case study. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 20(5): 216–222.

Simberloff, D., I.M. Parker, and P.N. Windle. 2005. Introduced species policy, management, and future research needs. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3: 12–20.

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Snider, J.P., J.D. Moore, M. C. Volkoff, and S.N. Byron. 2014. Assessment of quagga mussel (Dreissena bugensis) veliger survival under thermal, temporal and emersion conditions simulating overland transport. California Fish and Game 100: 640–651.


Souza, A.T., E. Dias, C. Antunes, and M. Ilarri. 2023. Disruptions caused by invasive species and climate change on the functional diversity of a fish community. NeoBiota 88: 211–244.

Strayer, D.L. 2009. Twenty years of zebra mussels: lessons from the mollusk that made headlines. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(3): 135–141.

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Strayer, D., and E. McNeil. 2009. Avoiding the transport of invasive species by seaplane. Water Flying 172: 18–25.

Stringham, O.C., and J.L. Lockwood. 2021. Managing propagule pressure to prevent invasive species establishments: propagule size, number, and risk release curve. Ecological Applications 31(4): e02314.

Swanson, L. 2016. Key Trends, Dependencies, Strengths and Vulnerabilities in Park County, Montana, and its Area Economy.

Tebboth, M.G.L., R. Few, M. Assen, and M.A. Degefu. 2020. Valuing local perspectives on invasive species management: moving beyond the ecosystem service-disservice dichotomy. Ecosyst. Serv. 42, 101068 ecoser.2020.101068.

Tidbury, H.J., N.G.H. Taylor, G.H. Copp, et al. 2016. Predicting and mapping the risk of intro duction of marine nonindigenous species into Great Britain and Ireland. Biol Invasions 18(11): 3277–3292.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 2016. Seaplane Operations Policy at Chief Joseph, Albeni Falls, and Libby Dams – Final Environmental Assessment. 77pp.

U.S. Coast Guard. 2000. Voluntary Guidelines for Recreational Activities to Control the Spread of Zebra Mussels and Other Aquatic Nuisance Species. Generic Guide lines for Seaplanes. Federal Register: 65(72): 19953–19957.

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