Asian Carp Invasion Barriers Evaluated in New Great Lakes Study

Nature World: Asian carp pose a major risk to water ecosystems in North America and wildlife managers have been struggling to keep the invasive species from spreading unmitigated throughout continental waterways. A new study by the University of Notre Dame, Resources for the Future, and the US Forest Service documents the various barriers available for Asian carp prevention and assesses the effectiveness of each one. While previous studies have assessed the pros and cons of different Asian carp management......

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