Public Lands Institute researchers provide technical assistance with the development, implementation, and review of lake monitoring and research programs related to the Boulder Basin Adaptive Management Program, other on-going Lake Mead limnology projects, and quagga mussel invasion. The project also includes strategic data mining to make historic data more available, organizing and conducting a state of the science symposium to share current research related to the ecological health of Lakes Mead and Mohave, and preparation of an ecological monitoring plan for these lakes.
Submissions from 2008
Management Techniques for the Control of Sahara Mustard (Brassica Tournefortii) in the Mojave Desert, Dianne N. Bangle; Scott R. Abella; and Public Lands Institute,
Implications for Management Prioritization of Exotic Annual Weed Monitoring Near Roadsides in the Eastern Mojave Desert, USA, Donovan J. Craig; Jill E. Craig; Scott R. Abella; and Public Lands Institute,
Exotic Annual Plant Invasions and Their Relationships to Roads and Native Perennial Species in the Mojave Desert, Southwestern USA, Donovan J. Craig, Jill Pacovsky Craig, and Scott R. Abella
Response of Sahara mustard (Brassica tournefortii) to water addition and soil disturbance, Alexis Suazo, Jessica E. Spencer, and Scott R. Abella