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Aquatic Invasive Species Research Capabilities at the Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center

Aquatic invasive species such as the sea lamprey, zebra mussel, and Asian carps reshape aquatic communities, cost millions annually to manage and control, and threaten the biodiversity of freshwaters. The rate at which invasive species are moved and spread is increasing and detrimental economic and ecological effects continue to mount.

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