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UM Biological Station Grant to Track Aquatic Invasive Species
University of Montana researchers are getting some help as they watch Flathead Lake for aquatic invasive species (AIS).

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.

According to a news release, one way the project aims to accomplish its goals is through developing web-based software that will integrate existing long-term observational AIS databases.

The integration will include information that currently exists in a United States Geological Survey database with observations submitted from across the country.


 
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