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Report: Why Asian Carp eDNA Still Matters in the Fight for the Great Lakes
Researchers see great promise in eDNA testing to detect invasive and rare species at low abundance — including invasive Asian carp — but refining the tool is a long process.
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Has the Invasion Started? Asian Carp eDNA Found in Lake Erie
While federal efforts are largely focused on stonewalling invasive Asian carp at Chicago, the fish could be making their way into the Great Lakes through Lake Erie, where studies show they are likely to thrive.
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Asian Carp Capture Renews Fears of Great Lakes Invasion
A 20-pound fish netted six miles from Lake Michigan has reignited the debate over closing off Chicago-area locks to protect the region’s sportfishing industry.