Eradication of Invasive Mussels in Open Water

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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is seeking innovative solutions to exterminate invasive zebra and quagga mussels from vast reservoirs, lakes, and rivers in a cost effective and environmentally sound manner.

Invasive mussel infestations poise poignant logistical and mercantile hurdles for internal communities, recreationists and H2O managers.

Currently, no unsentimental methods exist for large-scale control of invasive dreissenid mussel populations once they turn widely determined in a lake or fountainhead (referred to as “open-water”). Solutions can be novel treatments or approaches that build on existent treatments.

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