The Didymo Story
A new view of the cause of blooms of the benthic diatom Didymosphenia geminata – very low dissolved phosphorus
February 18th, 2014 12:30 pm
Idaho Commons: Clearwater Room
Dr. Max L. Bothwell
Research Scientist, Environment Canada
Pacific Biological Station, Nanaimo, BC
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New Zealand Mudsnails seem to be making a run across the US showing up in Spring Creek in PA, the lower Chehalis in WA, a tributary of the Truckee in NV, and in Black Earth Creek in WI. Following is a link to an interesting article regarding NZMS research being conducted at the University of Iowa... [ READ MORE... ]
Some good, simple equipment cleaning advice from Wisconsin DNR wardens to duck hunters and anglers about moving aquatic invasive species.
A New Invader, New Zealand Mudsnails, Found in Black Earth Creek
Black Earth, WI: New Zealand mudsnails, tiny invasive snails measuring a mere four to six millimeters, have been found in Black Earth Creek in western Dane County this week by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
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New Zealand Mudsnails were recently discovered in Spring Creek, one of PA's finest limestone creeks.
NZMS infestations can grow to densities of as many as 400,000 per square meter, and at these concentrations, they cause major... [ READ MORE... ]
i would like to take this opportunity to thank TU members Laura McFarland and Matt Krueger for their considerable effort in putting together the wader and boot washing and aquatic information stations at the recent annual TU meeting in Madison. Thanks to Webelos Caleb Jansen and Calvin Geerdts for... [ READ MORE... ]
While we're an organization of trout, salmon, and steelhead anglers, many of us also enjoy bird and waterfowl hunting. Aquatic invasive species are a threat to our mission, our sport, and to the entire aquatic environment. Here's some good advice from Iowa DNR.
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It is being reported that New Zealand Mud Snails have been discovered in the Lower Chehalis River in Washington. If you are fishing in this area, please inspect, clean, and dry your waders and boots before moving to fish in new drainages. NZMS are visible to the naked eye, and a good brush and... [ READ MORE... ]