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6,000 Pounds of Invasive Carp Pulled from Silver Lake
There were no catch limits on this fishing trip at Silver Lake in the north metro, and the fishermen used a backhoe to lift and load their haul — 6,000 pounds of invasive carp. ... more >>
May 2012
Spring Has Sprung and so Has the Hydrilla ... more >>
Water Hyacinth as Cattle Feed
Water hyacinth has spread to all tropical and subtropical countries and is regarded as one of the world’s most invasive aquatic plants. Research has mainly focused on extinction of the plant since it multiplies rapidly and forms dense mats which interfere with waterways, decimates aquatic wildlife and have signification ecological and socio-economic effects. ... more >>

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Acid Rain Has Turned Canadian Lakes into a Kind of Jelly - Swimmers who dive into a number of Canadian lakes might not emerge clean and refreshed, but dripping with globs that resemble slimy fish eggs. A legacy of industrial pollution has caused great changes in the country's water chemistry, creating a boom in tiny organisms that transform lakes into "jelly."

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