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Managing Aquatic Plants on a Massive Scale
LakeLine
A publication of the North American Lake Management Society 
Fall 2000


Innovative Technologies for Lake Management

Lake Victoria is the second largest freshwater lake in the world. It is less than 260 feet at its deepest point. For nearly ten years a growing water hyacinth infestation has wreaked havoc on the neighboring countries. Massive islands have formed that blow around from one region of the lake to another, like big green icebergs. When one of these masses settles into a port or bay, it paralyzes local fishing and transportation.

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