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About the Great Lakes Panel Wiki  

The Great Lakes Panel Wiki was developed in response to an Information/Education Committee recommendation as a way to track progress on Committee priorities and facilitate information sharing among Panel members.

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GLP Member Updates 

Spring 2014 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Fall 2013 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Spring 2013 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Fall 2012 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Spring 2012 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Fall 2011 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Spring 2011 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Fall 2010 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Spring 2010 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Fall 2009 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Spring 2009 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates 

Fall 2008 - Great Lakes Panel Member Updates

Committee Priorities

Information/Education Committee Priorities

Research Coordination Committee Priorities

Policy Coordination Committee Priorities

About the Great Lakes Panel 

Since 1991, the Great Lakes Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species has worked to prevent and control the occurrence of aquatic nuisance species in the Great Lakes. This is an immense task, as more than 180 nonindigenous aquatic species have been introduced into the Great Lakes. Once established, these species must be managed and controlled, as they are virtually impossible to eradicate.
The Great Lakes Panel was officially convened in late 1991 in response to section 1203 of the Nonindigenous Aquatic Nuisance Prevention and Control Act of 1990 (P.L. 101-646). In establishing the Great Lakes Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species, Congress recognized that providing sound advice to the national Aquatic Nuisance Species Task Force from experts in a highly-impacted region could make a substantial contribution to the collective management effort at both a regional and national level. Effective prevention and control efforts in the Great Lakes continue to be the first line of defense in slowing or preventing the spread of aquatic nuisance species to other regions of the country. The Great Lakes Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species is directed to perform the following tasks:

  • Identify Great Lakes priorities
  • Assist / Make recommendations to a national Task Force on Aquatic Nuisance Species (also established via P.L. 101-646)
  • Coordinate exotic species program activities in the region
  • Advise public and private interests on control efforts
  • Submit an annual report to the task force describing prevention, research and control activities in the Great Lakes Basin
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