Less Activism, More Science In Great Lakes Policy On Asian Carp

Thursday, June 30, 2011 - 12:50 in Biology & Nature

You know a problem is real when academics say they don't need 5 more years of funding to know what is going to happen.  But that's the situation in the Great Lakes and the threated posed by Asian carp, according to Bill Taylor, University Distinguished professor in global fisheries sustainability at Michigan State University .    "The costs of hydrological separation are high, but it's a one-time expense and remediation in the Great Lakes from these invasive species will eventually make separation look cheap."read more

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