The Aquatic Plant Control Research Program
is the Nation’s only federally-authorized research program directed to develop technology for the management of non-indigenous aquatic plant species. The program provides effective, economical, and environmentally compatible methods for assessing and managing problem aquatic plants. Aquatic Plant Control Research Program publications include technology transfer, including information bulletins, peer reviewed journal articles, conference publications, research briefs, conference publications, technical reports, and technical notes.
The Invasive Species Information System
provides information on more than 260 invasive species, including plants, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, birds, fish and invertebrates. In addition, there are sections on the ecology, biology, taxonomy, identification and management techniques for particular invasive species .