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(c) GNWT / Decker

Forest insect pests and pathogens in the NWT: current status and trends. Olesinski NWT

(c) GNWT/Carriere

Assessing the risk of Marine non-native species in the Bering Sea. Droghini Reimer et al. U. of Alaska, USGS, NOAA, ABSILCC

(c) GNWT/Odlham

What are all these weird bugs: A summary of changing species interactions in the ISR. Turner, IGC Inuvik

(c) D Lepitzki 2013

Alberta’s Aquatic Invasive Species Program Rushcall Alberta Environment and Parks

(c) GWNT

Co-managing beavers in the Mackenzie Delta: A collaborative effort to control a very effective ecosystem engineer. Thompson et al. WMAC FJMC Inuvik

(c) GNWT/S Carriere

The new Canada Wildlife Health Strategy Stephen Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative

(C) GNWT/B Elkin

Risk assessments to identify and mitigate risks with animal and pathogen movements. CCH

(c) R Forsyth D reticulatum

Arising pest problems in northern agriculture Seefeldt Washington State University

(c) GNWT/J Wilson

Searching for a winter fungus in summer habitat: monitoring for the arrival of white-nose syndrome Reimer et al. University of Alaska

(c) GWNT

What can we really do about emerging amphibian diseases? Forzàn, Cornell University, New York

(c) GNWT/Decker

Invasion and range expansion of protostrongylid nematodes in muskoxen and caribou in the changing Arctic. Kafle et al. Calgary

(c) GWNT/Oldham

Yukon Interdepartmental Working Group: issues facing invasive species management in Yukon. Bennett Gov. of Yukon

(c) J Chamber

NWT Pathway Analysis and How Lucky We Have Been. Carriere GNWT, ENR

(c) GNWT/Oldham

Lessons learned in invasive plant management in rural, remote regions of northern British Columbia -– the good, the bad and the ugly. Leverkus Shifting Mosaics Consulting BC

(c) GNWT/ Oldham

Changing Behaviour and taking action on invasive species Sherman Canadian Council on Invasive Species

(c) Schock

Changing Behaviour - Going beyond awareness Wallin Invasive Species Council of BC

(c) Schock

Making a difference through partnerships Wallin Invasive Species Council of BC

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