Month: April 1995

Shipping Study I: The Role of Shipping in the Introduction of Nonindigenous Aquatic Organisms to the Coastal Waters of the United States (other than the Great Lakes) and an Analysis of Control Options

J.T. Carlton, D.M. Reid, and H. van Leeuwen Study investigated the extent to which shipping contributes to the introduction of nonindigenous species into U.S. waters; potential options for controlling such introductions; and the issue of whether this problem is of regional or national concern. Final Report, April 1995. 213 pp. Publication Number CG-D-11-95 Available in […]