DIGITAL EXTRA: U of M researchers use 'Carp Cannon' on Rice Creek

May 29, 2019 09:16 PM

Researchers from the University of Minnesota's Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center are trying something new to control invasive common carp.  

It's a Whoosh System used to help salmon migrate over dams for spawning, but they have adapted it to remove carp from lakes and rivers. 


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