Warming temperatures, increased precipitation could help invasive Asian carp species establish in Great Lakes

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MANITOULIN - Asian carps have the potential to devastate the Great Lakes if as few as 10 mature females and 10 or fewer males were to reach any of the Great Lakes and the anticipated impacts of climate change could exacerbate the risk. The Invasive Species Centre (ISC) hosted a virtual forum on March 3 that addressed concerns about this invasive species. 

The Great Lakes are worth an estimated...

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