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Scientists at Paul Smiths College conference discuss invasive species
Scientists at Paul Smiths College conference discuss invasive species

Scientists Say Invading Species Threaten North Country Lakes, Rivers

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A half-dozen invasive plant and animal species are spreading in North Country lakes and rivers. Organisms like Eurasian watermilfoil and zebra mussels edge out less aggressive native species. In the process, they clog shorelines and wreck water quality. As scientists debate what to do about the problem, they say that even more destructive organisms are on the way. Brian Mann has our story.

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Hydrilla - the next threat?<br />Source:  Washington State Department of Ecology

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