Thanks for attending the 2016 AIS Research and Management Showcase!
On behalf of everyone at the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center, thanks to everyone who attended the 2016 AIS Research and Management Showcase! We hope that you enjoyed the sessions and gained valuable knowledge that enhanced your understanding of AIS issues and the research MAISRC is conducting. If you missed out or would like to review the presentations, they can be found below.
Bait and switch: New ways to control invasive carp (Josh Poole)
Can new zebra mussel infestations be eradicated? (Jim Luoma)
Restoring native aquatic plants: a key to the long-term success of invasive plant control (Ray Newman and Melaney Dunne)
Get Involved! Detecting and tracking AIS for management (Megan Weber and Eleanor Burkett)
Unraveling the microorganisms associated with AIS: Potential candidates for biological control? (Mike Sadowsky and Prince Mathai)
How concerned should we be about Heterosporosis? (Paul Venturelli and Megan Tomamichel)
Why me? Understanding potential pathways for AIS spread in Minnesota (Nick Phelps and Luis Escobar)
A better future for Minnesota lakes: Analyzing the footprints of invasions past and present, hidden in the DNA of zebra mussels (Sophie Mallez and Mike McCartney)
Handout for lab tours (Ray Newman, Megan Tomamichel, Donn Branstrator, Clark Dennis)