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Minnesota Researchers Studying Aquatic Invasive Species
Scientists at the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus are growing aquatic invasive species to help policymakers figure out how to fight the invaders.

The center is working to grow the algae in the lab to identify the conditions in which it grows best. That information could help officials identify which lakes in the state are most at risk of becoming infested.

Researchers are also trying to determine how the invasive plants and animals are spreading from lake to lake.



 
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