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Aquatic Plants Technical Assistance Implementation Plan - 1996 Field Season

Publication number Date Published
96-328June 1996
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Author(s) Parsons, J.
Description The Aquatic Plant Technical Assistance Implementation Plan for the 1996 field season details plans for the three to four month field season. It expands on the five tasks identified for study during that year: the nine lakes with known populations of invasive plants to be revisited; eight other lakes at high risk for invasion by non-native plants to be revisited; 46 lakes never before visited by the program; rare plant sightings at four lakes to be investigated; and in-depth plant community analyses to be continued at two lakes. The plan also includes a budget and proposed schedule for these activities.
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Keywords technical, lakes, study, implementation, implementation plan, technical assistance, lake, aquatic, aquatic plants

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