Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Course
AIS Awareness Course
Question 1 of 7
Cleaning and drying are
for which of the following?
Anchor & line
All of the above
Question 2 of 7
Aquatic invasive species can make shoreline areas hazardous and uninviting for recreational users and waterfront property owners.
Question 3 of 7
Traveling with plants attached to your boat/trailer in Washington State is:
Legal but not advisable
Question 4 of 7
What is the
way to dispose of aquatic plant fragments that you remove from your boat?
Leave them at the water's edge to dry
Take them home
Dispose of them on site and well away from the water to dry out
Toss them back into the water
Question 5 of 7
Zebra and quagga mussels can attach themselves to hard surfaces but can be removed quite easily with a damp cloth.
Question 6 of 7
How do quagga and zebra mussels spread from an affected water body to another water body?
Quagga and zebra mussels are likely spread only by birds and seaplanes.
Quagga and zebra mussels are typically spread only by boats.
Quagga and zebra mussels can be spread by a variety of sources, including downstream flow of water, hitchhiking on or within boats or by latching onto wetted equipment, ropes, gear, toys or apparel.
Question 7 of 7
Aquatic invasive plants have been found to be growing in Lake Whatcom.