Ballast regulations reduce introduction of invasive species into Great Lakes: study
By: Lori Thompson, The Manitoulin Expositor
The Great Lakes have been invaded more than any other freshwater system in the world, with nearly 190 non-native species having established populations in the basin over the past two centuries. A recent study suggests that a binational regulation targeting ship ballast water has had a remarkable suppressive effect on the invasion rate.
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