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Leader in Water Management Equipment
At Aquarius Systems, our goal is to make waterways usable and enjoyable. Aquatic weed harvesters, trash skimmer boats, amphibious excavators, aquatic weed cutters and a variety of support equipment will help reclaim lakes, rivers and reservoirs from the unwanted vegetation and floating debris that negatively impact recreation and navigation. ... more >>

Starry Stonewort has Makings of High-Impact Invader
Starry stonewort was first discovered in Minnesota waters in 2015, when it was identified in Lake Koronis near Paynesville. It has now been confirmed in 14 Minnesota lakes spread about the state. ... more >>

Wisconsin Fish Farmers Seeing Steady Demand
A new report from University of Wisconsin researchers found farm-raised fish is one sector of the state's agriculture industry that's seeing steady demand. ... more >>

Increased River Vegetation Pleases Anglers, Frustrates Boaters
A recent increase in aquatic vegetation in Wheeler Reservoir has anglers smiling, but local skiers, pleasure boaters and homeowners see the weeds as a menace. ... more >>

Cleaning Up the Anacostia River
The Anacostia and Potomac Rivers are an important part of the culture in the District of Columbia and two Trash Hunters, designed to collect trash and litter, help play a crucial role in the ongoing efforts to ensure the rivers are fishable and swimmable for generations to come. ... more >>

Over Fishing Could Drive Some Tuna Species to Extinction
A new study, published in Fisheries Research, reveals that the sheer amount of tuna being taken from our seas, including some species considered "vulnerable," has increased by an astonishing 1,000% in the last 60 years — a rate that some scientists are saying is unsustainable. ... more >>

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Benefits From an Exotic Species of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation - An exotic species of aquatic vegetation, Hydrilla verticillata, was seen as a severe invasive nuisance in the 1980s when the fast-growing Asian plant began spreading in the Potomac River. However, recent data analyses indicate that fears of some of the adverse effects of hydrilla appear to have been unfounded.


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