Aquatic Invasive Species
Since the 1950s, the Great Lakes Fishery Commission has used a lampricide to control the population of invasive sea lamprey.
In a constantly changing environment, it is essential to help the next generation develop connections with nature and inspire them to protect it for future generations.
IJC staffers from the Canadian Section in Ottawa took time recently to help clean up a local shoreline.
A species of fish called kiyi has evolved to see particularly well in deep parts of Lake Superior, giving it a significant advantage at those shadowy depths, according to recent research by the University of Buffalo.
How are invasive species impacting fish in Minnesota? How is Environment and Climate Change Canada advancing efforts to manage harmful algal blooms in Ontario?
Researchers who model climate change in the Great Lakes predict the waters will become warmer and subject to more intense storms in the decades ahead. These conditions will benefit some species and hurt others, including native and invasive creatures.