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Researchers Determine AIS Spread by Boats
Preliminary results from systematic monitoring of Wisconsin lakes for aquatic invasive species confirm that boaters, not ducks or other birds, are spreading the invaders around. That is according to state and University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers.

None of the wilderness lakes surveyed – those in remote places and easily accessible only to wildlife - had any invasive species present while there was a direct link between the presence of invasive species and boat access from public or private property. This suggests that these aquatic invasive species are spread by boaters.

 
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