Month: January 1997

Shipping Study I-A: A Study of the Introduction of Aquatic Nuisance Species by Vessels Entering the Great Lakes and Canadian Waters Adjacent to the United States

D.M. Reid and J.T. Carlton This study investigates the extent to which shipping contributes to the introduction of nonindigenous species into the Great Lakes and nearby Canadian Ports, and examines potential options for controlling such introductions. The combined results from this study with those from Shipping Study I provide a comprehensive picture of ballast water […]