Researchers at the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center are testing how to train carp to aggregate, so they can be removed using nets or toxins. Learn more in this video!
MAISRC is now accepting research proposals to advance the control, management, prevention, and early detection of aquatic invasive species. Learn more here.
MAISRC works to develop new and better options for the control and management of AIS, improve detection technologies, and prevent the establishment and minimize the spread of key aquatic invasive species. Learn about our research here.
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