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Fall 2020 Boat Launch Inventory Map

Fall 2020 Boat Launch Inventory Map

Link: https://hws.maps.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=1429ca3917f7452f9c78aae09c21a6f2 In the fall of 2020, the FLI conducted an inventory of all public boat launches throughout the Finger Lakes PRISM region. Data collected on each boat launch included: boat launch type, condition of the boat ramp and parking lots, restroom facilities (presence and type), AIS disposal boxes, signboards, signage, fee-for–use kiosks, use restrictions, […]

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Using the Microbiome to Fight Phragmites

Using the Microbiome to Fight Phragmites

Researchers are exploring using helpful bacteria and fungi to combat invasive plants.

By September 13, 2018 Read More →
New Invasive Tick Found in New York

New Invasive Tick Found in New York

New, invasive tick is another critter to be aware of when planning fall outdoor activities.

By September 6, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Are Invasives Going Native?

Are Invasives Going Native?

Invasive species become increasingly adapted to new environments thanks to natural selection. This underscores the need for early detection and rapid response (EDRR) to invasives, preventing them from gaining a foothold, adapting and expanding.

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Using eDNA to Inventory Invasive Species

Using eDNA to Inventory Invasive Species

In a new study the use of environmental DNA (eDNA) was extended to monitor aquatic plants offering the promise of lower cost species inventories.

By August 23, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Help Keep ALB Out

Help Keep ALB Out

Pool monitoring offers a simple, economical approach to surveying for Asian Longhorned Beetles (ALB) which would be devastating to our maple syrup industry if they invade.

By August 16, 2018 Read More →
Boating and Fishing Industries Focus on AIS

Boating and Fishing Industries Focus on AIS

Leaders from the boating and fishing industries recently formed the Boating and Fishing Aquatic Invasive Species Coalition. They will work together to support efforts to control and manage AIS on a national basis.

By August 2, 2018 Read More →
Invasive Giant Hogweed plant that causes 3rd-degree burns, permanent blindness continues spread

Invasive Giant Hogweed plant that causes 3rd-degree burns, permanent blindness continues spread

Giant hogweed is a biennial or perennial herb in the carrot family (Apiaceae) which can grow to 14 feet or more. Contact with its sap can cause burns and even blindness.

By June 29, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
Our cool weather can make the invasion of the Southern Pine Beetle even worse.

Our cool weather can make the invasion of the Southern Pine Beetle even worse.

A new invasion of Southern Pine Beetles is under way as the warming climate makes New York more habitable. But our cooler fall and winter weather may make the situation worse according to a new study from Dartmouth College.

By June 12, 2018 0 Comments Read More →
“Biosecurity” Gives New Dimension to Protecting Borders

“Biosecurity” Gives New Dimension to Protecting Borders

Do biosecurity efforts at our borders work to protect us from the in-flow of pathogens with passengers and commerce? A recent study looks at 133 years of data to provide answers.

By June 7, 2018 Read More →