Invasive species, Aquatic ecology -- Research -- United States, Environmental monitoring -- Pacific Northwest, Lakes Oregon
Three lakes located within the Klamath River Basin in Oregon (Upper Klamath Lake, Fourmile Lake, and Lake of the Woods) were surveyed for aquatic invasive species during the summer of 2012. Specimens were collected using plant rakes, benthic dredges, plankton nets, and crayfish traps. No invasive aquatic plants, gastropods, snails, bivalves or crayfish were detected in the lakes.
Miller, Rich and Sytsma, Mark D., "Aquatic Invasive Species Surveys of Upper Klamath Lake, Fourmile Lake, and Lake of the Woods, OR During 2012" (2013). Center for Lakes and Reservoirs Publications and Presentations. 46.