In the 2012 President's Budget Request, the National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) is terminated. As a result, all resources, databases, tools, and applications within this web site will be removed on January 15, 2012. For more information, please refer to the NBII Program Termination page.
Searchable databases are available for accessing information relevant to fishes and other aquatic organisms, invasive plants, and water quality.Accessible from the navigation menu to the left are the following databases:
Aquatic Biota Survey Database - fish bio-inventory monitoring data and information from the Upper Little Tennessee River.
Regional Invasive Plants Database - search data sets on 13 regional invasive plants.
Southern Appalachian Volunteer Environmental Monitoring (SAVEM) Invasive Plants Database - search invasive plant data relevant to the Great Smoky Mountains, Nantahala, Hot Springs, and Mount Rogers areas of the Appalachian range.
Southern Appalachian Volunteer Environmental Monitoring (SAVEM) Water Quality Database - view macroinvertebrates/benthic data and water chemistry data for the Upper Holston, Watauga, and Upper Nolichucky river watersheds.
The NBII Program is administered by the Biological Informatics Program of the U.S. Geological Survey