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Study: Lake Minnetonka's water quality changing since zebra mussels arrived

We don’t know how to get rid of zebra mussels, but five years worth of data from Lake Minnetonka might help researchers  learn how to manage the invasive species. 319 more words

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Aquatic Invasive Species in Hot Water

For the past 13 years, Shadow Lake in Glover has had the only hot water, high pressure watercraft decontamination station in the state. The Shadow Lake Association… 676 more words

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Bighead Carp Found in Minnesota River

From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources:

A bighead carp was caught by a commercial angler last week on the Minnesota River near New Ulm, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. 386 more words

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MN DNR Seeking Watercraft Inspection Interns

 (Minnesota DNR)

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is seeking intern watercraft inspectors for the 2016 boating season. Inspectors are stationed at public accesses on lakes and rivers infested with aquatic invasive species such as Eurasian watermilfoil and zebra mussels. 145 more words

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Addressing Aquatic Invasive Species webinar

Green Teacher’s upcoming webinars are an interactive way for educators to continue learning about key environmental topics. Our professional development webinar series features some of the most important thinkers in the field of environmental education addressing vital and relevant topics. 150 more words

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Ocean acidification may aid spread of invasive species

Plymouth University researchers track ocean impacts of rising CO2 levels

Staff Report

Killer algae outbreaks and toxic jellyfish blooms may spread to new areas of the globe as oceans become more acidic, scientists found in a new study. 419 more words

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