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Canadian scientists say they have discovered an alarming invasion of round goby fish into Great Lakes tributaries that might threaten endangered fishes. The researchers from the University of Toronto, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and the University of Guelph identified a significant invasion of round goby (neogobius melanostomus) into many Great Lakes tributaries, including several areas of the Thames, Sydenham, Ausable and Grand rivers. This invasion poses many potential threats...
Canadian scientists uncover alarming invasion of round goby into Great Lakes tributaries: impact on endangered fishes likely to be serious
Scientists have found the existence of two types of males of a fiercely invasive fish spreading through the Great Lakes, which may provide answers as to how they rapidly reproduce.
To: STATE EDITORS Contact: Freda Tarbell of Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, +1-814-332-6816 Boaters, Anglers Asked to Help Keep Invasives Out of Local Waters ERIE, Pa., July 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- More than 30 representatives of local, state and federal agencies and community groups boarded boats and headed for Eries Presque Isle Bay today to measure their response capabilities should an aquatic, non-native species invade the Great Lakes.
A new study published Wednesday reveals that 57 species carried into the Great Lakes since the lakes were connected to the sea are responsible for $200 million in annual damages.
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