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North Dakota Already Planning for Summer Aquatic Nuisance Species Monitoring
Officials in North Dakota are already in the planning stages of monitoring for aquatic nuisance species, or ANS in the state. Aquatic nuisance species are defined as animals, plants and diseases that are not native to North Dakota and have the likelihood of becoming well-established if introduced.

ANS is not a new thing to the state. Species like the common carp have been in state waters for 100 years and are the most predominant problem, but plants species such as Eurasian water milfoil and curly leaf pondweed are also in lakes and rivers, but have not seemed to spread.

The monitoring programs will be in place in order to keep the invasives from spreading in other waters and to keep the problem from getting out of control.

 
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