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Understanding Invasive Aquatic Weeds
It's here! An interactive online activity booklet containing helpful information and fun activities for audiences of all ages.

This 15-page booklet features five of the worst aquatic weeds found in North America, accompanied by interactive links to key concepts and terminology, video clips, and games that help illustrate the serious problems associated with these plant species.

Read the Understanding Invasive Aquatic Weeds Booklet


Published by the Aquatic Plant Management Society in cooperation with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission / Invasive Plant Management Section, and the University of Florida/IFAS, Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants (January 2010).


 
 


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Gender-bending Chemicals in Water Supply - Researchers from the University of Calgary sampled populations of longnose dace, a silvery minnow, in Alberta’s Oldman and Bow Rivers. The Bow River flows through downtown Calgary and supplies its drinking water. Samples were taken back to the lab and dissected for further analysis and biologists then noticed that the random catch was overwhelmingly female.


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