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Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center (MAISRC)  [3]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/197773

The Center's mission is to develop research-based solutions that can reduce the impacts of aquatic invasive species in Minnesota by preventing spread, controlling populations, and managing ecosystems; and to advance knowledge to inspire action by others. MAISRC's vision is to be a vibrant and durable research enterprise that advances the knowledge and builds the capacity that Minnesota needs in order to reduce the impacts of aquatic invasive species on our cherished lakes, rivers, and wetlands. Visit MAISRC's website at https://www.maisrc.umn.edu/


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Data from: Tests in a semi-natural environment suggest that bait and switch strategy could be used to control invasive Common Carp

Hundt, Peter J; Amberg, Jon; Sauey, Blake; Vacura, Kristen; Bajer, Przemyslaw G (2020-07-10)
Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus, 1758), is a highly invasive species that has had profound effects on biodiversity and ecosystem services. Many Carp management methods have been applied including physical removal, ...

Complete Data and Analysis for: Constraining invader dominance: Effects of repeated herbicidal management and environmental factors on curlyleaf pondweed dynamics in 50 Minnesota lakes

Verhoeven, Michael R; Larkin, Daniel J; Newman, Raymond M (2020-01-08)
Curlyleaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus) is one of the most widespread and widely managed aquatic invasive plants in North America. Despite decades of management, the efficacy of long-term management strategies and the ...

Data and R code for analysis of walleye and yellow perch age-0 length in Minnesota's Large Lakes

Hansen, Gretchen J A; Bethke, Bethany J; Ahrenstorff, Tyler D; Dumke, Josh; Hirsch, Jodie; Kovalenko, Katya E; LeDuc, Jaime F; Maki, Ryan P; Rantala, Heidi M; Wagner, Tyler (2019-12-10)
Invasive species represent a threat to aquatic ecosystems globally; however, impacts can be heterogenous across systems. Documented impacts of invasive zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) and spiny water fleas (Bythotrephes ...