Lower Winnipeg River Basin Discussion Sheet Series Sheet #6 | Aquatic Invasive Species
The lower Winnipeg River basin (LWRB) is located in the northwest section of the entire Winnipeg River basin (WRB), which spans parts of western Ontario and small parts of Manitoba and northern Minnesota, United States. The Discussion Sheet Series highlights research on ecological and socio-economic aspects of the basin to encourage discussion with experts, government departments, Indigenous groups, and stakeholders. The Discussion Sheet Series is based on available data collected in 2018 and 2019. Sheet 6 of 11 summarizes aquatic invasive species (AIS) in the LWRB.
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