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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 ...