Monday, March 30, 2009

Invasive species grow to 188 in Great Lakes

By Don Lajoie, The Windsor Star

There are now 188 invasive species identified in the Great Lakes and while chances of ridding the water of established populations is considered slim, steps are being taken to control them and the public is called upon to help.

That was the message Sarah Bailey, research scientist for the Great Lakes laboratory for Fisheries and Aquatic Science Fisheries - Oceans Canada brought to an audience at Windsor’s main library branch Sunday. [Full Story]

Source: The Windsor Star

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