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Physical Changes to Fish Species may be Linked to Water Quality
Florida Gulf Coast University researchers are looking for answers to what is potentially causing female mosquito fish to develop male characteristics, prevent potential harm to people and find deeper answers to water quality issues in Southwest Florida.

Dr. Nora Demers, an FGCU professor, told us chemicals found in herbicides, pesticides, medications and shampoos may affect the development of some changes being seen in mosquitofish.

Demers said these changes are brought about by endocrine disruptors, which are chemicals that can impact developmental and reproductive systems in animals.

 
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Mandatory AIS Training in Minnesota - Minnesota Waters has partnered with the MN Department of Natural Resources to provide mandatory Aquatic Invasive Species training for Lake Service Providers (those who, for hire, install or remove water-related equipment or structures from waters in the state of Minnesota). The new, mandatory, AIS training for Lake Service Providers will be held at various locations across the state. The seminars will provide all participants with DNR certification on best management practices to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species.


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