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At Aquarius Systems, our goal is to make waterways usable and enjoyable. Aquatic weed harvesters, trash skimmer boats, amphibious excavators, aquatic weed cutters and a variety of support equipment will help reclaim lakes, rivers and reservoirs from the unwanted vegetation and floating debris that negatively impact recreation and navigation. ... more >>
Invasive Crayfish Being Used as Bait
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has recently discovered that anglers are purchasing red swamp crayfish from food markets and using them as live bait. It is illegal to import any live species of crayfish into Michigan for commercial bait purposes. Red swamp crayfish are native to the southeastern United States and are considered an invasive species in Michigan. ... more >>
Scientists at Odds over a $150 Million Lake Hancock Project
Will a $150 million project save Lake Hancock. Opponents think the focus is on finding a fix rather than actually solving the source of the problem. Southwest Florida Water Management District is proceeding toward raising the level of Lake Hancock and to build a marsh to filter its algae-choked water. ... more >>

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Tracking Water Quality Through Algae - Every three months for the past six years, Florida International University biologist Tom Frankovich has been making dives to 44 sites scattered in the brackish lake system that borders north central Florida Bay, on the southern edge of the Everglades National Park mainland.


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