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UM Biological Station Grant to Track Aquatic Invasive Species
A grant from NASA will enable researchers at the Flathead Lake Biological Station (FLBS) to launch a new project enabling officials to predict the spread of aquatic invasive species through remote sensing, genetic monitoring and climate forecasting. ... more >>

Will Scaring Asian Carp Prevent them from Spreading?
In an effort to stop the Asian Carp from entering Lake Barkley, an acoustic deterrent system” and “bubble wall” will be installed. ... more >>

Northern Lakes are Losing Their Ice Cover
Changes in ice cover can drive negative changes in fish populations and the health of aquatic vegetation (not to mention patterns of algal bloom) as well as undesirable shifts in water chemistry and nutrient content. ... more >>

Lake Association Voices Opposition to Herbicide Use
The Chautauqua Lake Association says it has filed objections to a permit applications that would allow for the application of two powerful herbicides to 1,200 acres of Chautauqua Lake this coming summer. ... more >>

The New Plastic Threat to Marine Life
Microplastics are merging with bacteria and turning into large clumps in sea water, scientists have discovered. ... more >>

Ban on Use of Chemical Fertilizers and Pesticides in Dal Lake
The Jammu and Kashmir High Court on called for a blanket ban on the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides in Dal Lake. The direction was passed in view of a fresh report suggesting that usage of chemical fertilizers and pesticides in farming had badly deteriorated the health of the lake. ... more >>

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