Entries in invasive species (90)
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Friday is the last day for public comment on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' list of available options for controlling non-native nuisance species, such as Asian carp in the Great Lakes.
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Researchers at the U, Johns Hopkins University and Central State University in Ohio have been awarded $2.2 million from the National Science Foundation to develop robotic boats and program them to track radio-tagged carp as part of a new approach to controlling their numbers.
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If I hear one more carpe diem joke I’m gonna launch my body at the next boat that comes by. Oh, wait, I’m gonna do that anyway.
One man's trash is another man's treasure.
For many people, Asian carp are proving more boon than bane. Bolstered by government support, the Asian carp harvest has leapt thirtyfold in the past decade, creating a new industry, attracting fishermen and entrepreneurs, and feeding people all over the world.
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Illinois says it wants to deal with the problem of invasive Asian carp by grinding them up into fish sticks and feeding the poor.