Catalog Record: 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 : National Biological Invasions Shipping Study (NABISS) | HathiTrust Digital Library

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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 : National Biological Invasions Shipping Study (NABISS) /
Donald M. Reid, James M. Carlton (Maritime Studies Program, Williams College--Mystic Seaport).

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Related Names: Reid, Donald M. , Carlton, James T.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, D.C. : U.S. Coast Guard ; 1997]
Subjects: Wildlife conservation > Wildlife conservation / Regulation > Wildlife conservation / Regulation / Canada.
Wildlife conservation > Wildlife conservation / Regulation.
Water pollution > Water pollution / Canada.
Water pollution.
Inland water transportation > Inland water transportation / Impact > Inland water transportation / Impact / Canada.
Inland water transportation > Inland water transportation / Impact.
Discharge of ballast water > Discharge of ballast water / Great Lakes (North America) > Discharge of ballast water / Great Lakes (North America) / Management.
Biological invasions > Biological invasions / Great Lakes (North America)
Pest introduction > Pest introduction / Great Lakes (North America)
Aquatic pests > Aquatic pests / Environmental aspects > Aquatic pests / Environmental aspects / Great Lakes (North America)
Marine pollution > Marine pollution / Great Lakes (North America)
St. Lawrence River.
Great Lakes.
Note: "March 1997."
Prepared for U.S. Department of Transportation, United States Coast Guard, Marine Safety and Environmental Protection and U.S. Coast Guard Research and Development Center.
Cover title.
Physical Description: xii, 86 p. : charts ; 28 cm.
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