Basics
Acres Treated for Invasive Species
Action
Project
Acre (acres)
The amount of terrestrial and aquatic habitat treated to eradicate or control invasive species. Treatments include hand removal, vacuum-assisted removal, installing bottom barriers, chemical treatments and other methods. Eradication and control of invasive species has far-reaching effects on the biologic integrity of both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, Lake Tahoe clarity, and special status species, allowing native species to flourish and the full range of ecosystems processes to occur.
This Indicator is reported in the following LT Info areas:
Accomplishments
Acres Treated for Invasive Species
By: Invasive Species Type

Environmental Improvement Program

Name Options
Invasive Species Type
Aquatic, Terrestrial

No monitoring programs are yet associated with this indicator.

This indicator is related to the following Threshold Reporting Categories. Click the help icon to learn more about a Reporting Category.

Lahontan Cutthroat Trout
Lake Habitat
Stream Habitat
Quality of Recreation Experience and Access to Recreational Opportunities
Aquatic Invasive Species
Nearshore (Littoral) Lake Tahoe

Associated Programs data not provided.

Expected Project Accomplishments

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Reported Project Accomplishments

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