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Fish Cannons, Koi Herpes and Other Tools to Combat Invasive Carp
Researchers are experimenting with a Rube Goldberg-esque mix of tactics to control hearty, nonnative swimmers that re-engineer nutrient-rich Midwest waters. ... more >>

Louisiana Asks Public for Help with Invasive Asian Swamp Eels
An invasive species of swamp eel has been found in New Orleans, and a state biologist says it’s the first time this species has been found in the United States. ... more >>

Harvester Fleet Ready to Battle Weeds on Yahara Lake
Dane County's fleet of 13 weed harvesters is motoring up to cut and remove tons of aquatic plants in the Yahara chain of lakes this summer, a continuation of a program to try and reduce lake flooding and lower the amount of algae-producing phosphorus. ... more >>

Army Corps Fighting off Underwater Invasion
For the past five years, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District’s Gavins Point project has been under attack! An invasion of an underwater invasive species known as zebra mussels has been slowly infiltrating the Gavins Point power plant. ... more >>

Weed Cutters Fight Flooding
Dane County's 13 harvesters will aid county efforts to mitigate flooding in the Yahara Chain of Lakes. Dane County’s total operating budget for lake weed management in 2019 is $773,400 – a more than 53 percent increase in funds compared to last year. ... more >>

Harmful Algae Blooms Keep Water Sports on Hold at Lakes in NJ, NY and PA
Lakes in New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey are beginning to deal with harmful algae blooms due to the heavy rainfall followed by high temperatures. The heavy rain washed phosphorus into the waters, providing an abundance of food for the algae to feed on. ... more >>

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