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Aquatic Invasive Species
Featured Aquatic Invasive Species Videos
Sea Grant: Science Serving America's Coasts
A quick look at the work of NOAA's National Sea Grant College Program.
Aquatic Invasive Species Videos
Sea Grant: 50 Years of Science Serving America's Coasts
In 2016, the National Sea Grant College Program celebrates 50 years of working for America's coastal communities. This is a look at some recent regional…
Beautiful Water Gardens
This is footage for a video on preventing the escape of potentially invasive species from water gardens. This little piece, however, simply celebrates the beauty…
Clean Boats, Clean Tournaments
Please help stop the spread of aquatic invasive species by hosting a boat wash station at your fishing tournament.
Slowing the Spread of Invasive Species
Campbell describes his work at the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute.
The Lake Sturgeon Bowl
Each February, high school students from around Wisconsin get together to compete in the Lake Sturgeon Bowl. It's a contest to see which school knows…
What Will Round Gobies Do to Great Lakes Streams?
To look at it, the round goby doesn't seem like much. A small fish the approximate size of an average pickle, it seems like the…
Who Are the Critters In Your Neighborhood?
Finding out who eats who in Lake Michigan -- and how two tiny water fleas could restructure the food web.
Part 1: All Washed Up, Lake Michigan's Algae Challenge
The first part of the full Cladophora video.
Part 2: All Washed Up, Lake Michigan's Algae Challenge
The second part of the full Cladophora video.
Quagga Mussels Feeding--Sped Up 10x
Sped up 10 times, this video emphasizes that quagga mussels are active animals--much more active than washed up shells on a beach would suggest. Quagga…
How Many Sport Fish Can Lake Michigan Support?
An environmental food web is an intricate, organic and delicate thing. Eliminate a strand here or introduce a new one there, and the entire structure…
Recent Changes in Great Lakes Fisheries
The fisheries specialist at UW Sea Grant, Dr. Phil Moy, explains recent changes in the Great Lakes, which species are at greatest risk, and the…
All Washed Up (short version)
This video is an abbreviated version. The full version is in two parts, each roughly nine minutes long.
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