Espèces aquatiques

Dossier Aquatics

Document A review of the potential of transport and introduction of AIS through bilge water

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Yukon Bilge Water Literature Review Final.pdf

pdf Aquatic Invasive Species Rack Card

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085-003 – Aquatic Outreach_Rack Card_05_WEB.pdf

Aquatic Invasive Species Rack Card

Quick facts on invasive mussels and didymo and CDD best practices

pdf Didymo InfoMap – December 2014

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Didymo InfoMap - December 2014

Didymo is an alga, also known as “Rock Snot”. It has been found in the Yukon and Kathleen rivers, but it may be elsewhere in Yukon. Didymo can degrade fisheries and the aquatic ecosystem.

pdf Fact sheet on Zebra and Quagga Mussels

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085-003 – Aquatic Outreach_Mussels Fact Sheet_04_WEB.pdf

pdf Leung and von Finster, 2016 Env invasive species survey didymo algae 2014

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Leung and von Finster, 2016. Env-invasive-species-survey-didymo-algae-2014.pdf

Leung and von Finster, 2016 Env invasive species survey didymo algae 2014

Literature Review, Risk Assessment and Recommendations – 2016 

pdf Rainbow Trout Yukon

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Rainbow Trout Yukon.pdf

Rainbow Trout Yukon

The distribution of introduced Rainbow Trout in the Upper Yukon River Basin 2013.

pdf Stop the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

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Stop the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

How you can help stop the spread of aquatic invasive species.
A brochure published by the Department of Fisheries and Ocean Canada.

pdf YISC FctSht Marine mar2019

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YISC FctSht Marine mar2019

Best Practices  info sheet

pdf Zebra Mussel Facts

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Zebra Mussel Facts

The zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) is a small freshwater mussel. This species was originally native to the lakes of southern Russia.The zebra mussel has been accidentally introduced to numerous other areas, and has become an invasive species in many different countries worldwide.

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