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EcoWatch

Uniting the Grassroots Environmental Movement
Jan 7 '14
Confirmed: Band-Aid Approach Won’t Keep Asian Carp Out of Great Lakes
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has identified physically separating the Mississippi River and Great Lakes watersheds as the most effective way to prevent aquatic invasive species like Asian carp from moving between the two iconic waters.
Conservation groups today responded to a congressionally mandated study released Monday that outlines eight ways to prevent the transfer of invasive organisms between the two water bodies via Chicago-area canals built more than 100 years ago …
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http://ecowatch.com/2014/01/07/band-aid-wont-keep-asian-carp-out-great-lakes/

Confirmed: Band-Aid Approach Won’t Keep Asian Carp Out of Great Lakes

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has identified physically separating the Mississippi River and Great Lakes watersheds as the most effective way to prevent aquatic invasive species like Asian carp from moving between the two iconic waters.

Conservation groups today responded to a congressionally mandated study released Monday that outlines eight ways to prevent the transfer of invasive organisms between the two water bodies via Chicago-area canals built more than 100 years ago …

SEE MORE on EcoWatch:

http://ecowatch.com/2014/01/07/band-aid-wont-keep-asian-carp-out-great-lakes/

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