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Individual Member Profile
Dr. Rochelle Ann Sturtevant Extension Specialist
Michigan Sea Grant at NOAA-GLERL
Position in the INVASIVESNET Associate Member
Associate Editor of Management of Biological Invasions
Expertise Dr. Rochelle Sturtevant serves as program manager for NOAA’s Great Lakes Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Information System (GLANSIS). This searchable database provides species profiles, threat assessments, and maps designed to improve stakeholder education and inform prevention, management, and control of aquatic nonindigenous species (ANS) (also called aquatic invasive species, or AIS). Rochelle’s position allows her to work collaboratively with Michigan Sea Grant, Michigan State University Extension, and the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) to understand and combat Great Lakes invaders.
Expertise Keywords
invasive species, database, risk assessment, impact assessment
Great Lakes

Projects GLANSIS - Great Lakes Water Life -
Online databases GLANSIS - Great Lakes Water Life -
Editorial assignments
Reviewing experience Management of Biological Invasions, Journal of Great Lakes Research
Professional societies International Association of Great Lakes Research (IAGLR)
Expert networks and working groups Great Lakes Sea Grant Network, Great Lakes Panel on Aquatic Nuisance Species,
Professional social networks
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