Apple Snail Invasion of the Mobile-Tensow Delta – – Martin & Valentine

http://tinyurl.com/5upxcua

 

Exotic Apple Snails in Florida by Jennifer Bernatis, UF and FWC

http://www.floridainvasives.org/Heartland/links/ExoticAppleSnailsJennBernatisFWC.pdf

The Invasion of Apple Snails (Pomacea canaliculata) into Hawai’i: A Case Study in Environmental Problem Solving, Dr. Carol Ferguson’s Capstone Course NREM 491, May 13, 2005

 http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/nrem/capstone/2005/applesnail2-last.pdf 

 

Golden Apple Snails: Global Invasion & Management by Dr. Ravindra Joshi of Philippine Rice Research Institute

http://www.icais.org/pdf/07abstracts/Joshi.pdf

 

Invasive Aquatic Species in the Atchafalaya Basin by Glen Thomas & Rachel Walley

http://www.crcl.org/new_web/Atchafalaya_Presentations/Invasive

Aquatic_Species_in_Atchafalaya_Basin_Thomas.ppt#30

 

Island Applesnails (Pomacea insularum) in Louisiana – A Rapid Assessment of Status and Risk by Linda Broussard, Jacoby Carter, Sergio Merino & Chris Wells, USGS National Wetlands Research Center, Lafayette LA

http://www.nwrc.usgs.gov/invasive_species/Carter2008LA_AppleSnails.pdf

 

Native and introduced Ampullaridae in North America: History, status, and ecology by Robert G. Howells,1 Lyubov E. Burlakova,2 Alexander Y. Karatayev,2Rebecca K. Marfurt,3 and Romi L. Burks4

http://people.southwestern.edu/~burksr/test/publication/Chap1.pdf

 

Current State of Channeled Apple Snails in Texas by Robert Howells (Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, August 2004)

http://southwestinvasivespecies.org/applesnails/HowellsApplesnailAMS.pdf 

 

Island Applesnails (Pomacea insularum) in Louisiana – A Rapid Assessment of Status and Risk by Linda Broussard, Jacoby Carter, Sergio Merino and Chris Wells, USGS National Wetlands Research Center, Lafayette LA

http://www.nwrc.usgs.gov/invasive_species/Carter2008LA_AppleSnails.pdf

 

Human Health Risks Associated with Channeled Apple Snails in the GSARP Region by John Teem, Division of Aquaculture, Florida Department of Agriculture and Juan B. Gutierrez, Biomedical Mathematics, Florida State University

http://nis.gsmfc.org/pubs/Presentations/2008/April%202008/Teem%20GSARP%20April%2008.ppt#16

Anatomy of the Apple Snail:

http://www.suraphon.com/PowerPoint_Stock/Golden%20apple%20snails1.pdf

THE POTENTIAL FOR AQUACULTURE TO SUPPORT THE RECOVERY OF APPLE SNAIL POPULATIONS IN FLORIDA WETLANDS AND LAKES by Shawl, Pierce & Darby, June 2008

http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/geer2008/Presentation_PDFs/Thursday/Royal%20Palm%20IV-V/1120%20A%20Shawl.pdf

Feeding Preference and Consumption Rates of Aquatic Vegetation by the Channeled Apple Snail
William T. Haller, University of Florida Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants (ICAIS 2006)

http://www.icais.org/pdf/2006ppt/Haller_William.pdf

 

The Tale of Two Snails: Comparing and Contrasting the Ecological Roles of a Natural Versus Exotic Population of Pomacea
Romi L. Burks, Department of Biology, Southwestern University (ICAIS 2006)

http://www.icais.org/pdf/2006ppt/Burks_Romi.pdf

 

Global Baseline Information on Current Status of Golden Apple Snail Damage and Management Practices in Farmer’s Fields by R. C. Joshi & T. Wada

 

http://pestalert.applesnail.net/conferences/icam07/gas.ppt#15

 

The Invasion of Apple Snails (Pomacea canaliculata) into Hawai’i: A Case Study in Environmental Problem Solving, Dr. Carol Ferguson’s Capstone Course NREM 491, May 13, 2005

http://www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/nrem/capstone/2005/applesnail2-last.pdf 

 

 Golden Apple Snails: Global Invasion & Management by Dr. Ravindra Joshi of Philippine Rice Research Institute

http://www.icais.org/pdf/07abstracts/Joshi.pdf

 

Invasive Aquatic Species in the Atchafalaya Basin by Glen Thomas & Rachel Walley

http://www.crcl.org/new_web/Atchafalaya_Presentations/Invasive_Aquatic_Species_in_Atchafalaya_Basin_Thomas.ppt#30

 

Island Applesnails (Pomacea insularum) in Louisiana – A Rapid Assessment of Status and Risk by Linda Broussard, Jacoby Carter, Sergio Merino & Chris Wells, USGS National Wetlands Research Center, Lafayette LA

http://www.nwrc.usgs.gov/invasive_species/Carter2008LA_AppleSnails.pdf

 

Native and introduced Ampullaridae in North America: History, status, and ecology by Robert G. Howells,1 Lyubov E. Burlakova,2 Alexander Y. Karatayev,2Rebecca K. Marfurt,3 and Romi L. Burks4

http://people.southwestern.edu/~burksr/test/publication/Chap1.pdf

 

Current State of Channeled Apple Snails in Texas by Robert Howells (Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, August 2004)

http://southwestinvasivespecies.org/applesnails/HowellsApplesnailAMS.pdf 

 

Island Applesnails (Pomacea insularum) in Louisiana – A Rapid Assessment of Status and Risk by Linda Broussard, Jacoby Carter, Sergio Merino and Chris Wells, USGS National Wetlands Research Center, Lafayette LA

http://www.nwrc.usgs.gov/invasive_species/Carter2008LA_AppleSnails.pdf

 

Human Health Risks Associated with Channeled Apple Snails in the GSARP Region by John Teem, Division of Aquaculture, Florida Department of Agriculture and Juan B. Gutierrez, Biomedical Mathematics, Florida State University

http://nis.gsmfc.org/pubs/Presentations/2008/April%202008/Teem%20GSARP%20April%2008.ppt#16

 

Feeding Preference and Consumption Rates of Aquatic Vegetation by the Channeled Apple Snail
William T. Haller, University of Florida Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants (ICAIS 2006)

http://www.icais.org/pdf/2006ppt/Haller_William.pdf

 

The Tale of Two Snails: Comparing and Contrasting the Ecological Roles of a Natural Versus Exotic Population of Pomacea
Romi L. Burks, Department of Biology, Southwestern University (ICAIS 2006)

http://www.icais.org/pdf/2006ppt/Burks_Romi.pdf

 

Global Baseline Information on Current Status of Golden Apple Snail Damage and Management Practices in Farmer’s Fields by R. C. Joshi & T. Wada

http://pestalert.applesnail.net/conferences/icam07/gas.ppt#15

 

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