Tag Archives: AIS research

Rarely common and commonly rare, or how a super weed loses its might

Post by Jenny Seifert, UWEX Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach Specialist It turns out an aquatic invasive plant feared by many as a lake-choking menace may not be so universally problematic after all. The “super weed” in question is Eurasian watermilfoil, … Continue reading

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Boaters Willing to Put Pressure on Aquatic Invasive Species

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources conducted a limited pilot survey of boaters to gauge their views on boat decontamination using power washing as a means of preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) with generous support from the … Continue reading

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Aquatic Invasive Species Focus Groups

February 9 marked the start of an entirely new kind of aquatic invasive species research in Wisconsin. Through a contract with the WDNR, the UW Survey Center conducted the first of five focus groups that will be held with transient … Continue reading

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