GLANSIS: Science and Management Support

GLANSIS: Science and Management Support

Invasive Species Β  GLANSIS: Science and Management Support Overview & Objectives Aquatic nonindigenous species (ANS) are perhaps the greatest stressor currently facing the Great Lakes aquatic ecosystem, altering energy pathways, lowering food web and fisheries...
Larval Dispersal, Habitat Classification, and Food Web Modeling

Larval Dispersal, Habitat Classification, and Food Web Modeling

Invasive Species Larval Dispersal, Habitat Classification,and Food Web Modeling Overview and Objectives Invasive species are one of five key NOAA-identified stressors of native biodiversity and ecosystem function in the Laurentian Great lakes. In the context of...
Assessing Risk of Asian Carp Invasion

Assessing Risk of Asian Carp Invasion

Invasive Species Β  Assessing Risk of Asian Carp Invasion and Impacts on Great Lakes Food Webs and Fisheries Overview & Objectives Impacts of Asian Carp on aquatic food webs are potentially complex, and require spatially-explicit models of trophic interactions to...