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Tag Archives: Asian Carp
By Howard Meyerson Federal scientists studying the origins of Asian carp DNA found in the Great Lakes, particularly in the Chicago Area Waterway system, ground zero in the politically heated debate about separating Lake Michigan from the Mississippi River Basin, … Continue reading
Reblogged from All Things Great Lakes: An Illinois radio station recently produced a news story about how anglers can help rein in the Asian carp population in the Illinois River by fishing the heck out of the species. It’s the … Continue reading
A new cyber strategy is being employed to combat the spread of invasive species in the Great Lakes region – using a web crawler to search the Internet for outlets that are selling invasive fish, plants and other species. The … Continue reading
Two electric barriers near Chicago that are used to keep Asian carp out of Lake Michigan lost power for 13 minutes last week, the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel reported today on JS online. The incident was the second time the … Continue reading