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January 03
Shocking Asian carp out of Midwest rivers not a viable option

Reuben Goforth, assistant professor of aquatic community ecology in the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, has found that the voltage necessary to kill Asian carp embryos and control the invasive species with electricity would be too high to be safe in rivers.

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