Welcome to the latest
edition of Eye on Invasives, the California Department of Fish and
Wildlife's newsletter dedicated to providing the public with new and
important information about invasive species in California. As you
may have noticed, we have changed the way you receive our newsletter, which
can now be accessed here: https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FileHandler.ashx?DocumentVersionID=124125.
This issue of Eye on
Invasives focuses on invasive species issues in the Sacramento-San
Joaquin River Delta. Inside, you will find a Research Spotlight article
by Evyan Borgnis and Dr. Katharyn Boyer of the Romberg Tiburon Center for
Environmental Studies, San Francisco University, discussing the potential
impacts of climate change on native and invasive pondweeds in the Delta.
This issue also features a Partner Spotlight article on the Aquatic Weed
Control Program implemented by the Boating and Waterways Division of the
California Department of Parks and Recreation.
We hope you enjoy reading
our latest issue, and encourage you to share it with others who may be
interested in learning about California's invasive species and their
impacts. We also welcome suggestions on invasive species related topics
for future editions, which may be submitted to Invasives@wildlife.ca.gov.