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The Helm Spring 2016 Thumbnail
File Type: pdf
File Size: 2.42 MB
Year: 2016

Feature Headlines

  • Peoria Stormwater Issue Reaches a Tipping Point
  • Rain Barrel Use Connected to Benefits
  • Stormwater Troopers go Green
  • Crude Oil Transport Brings the Great lakes risks and Benefits
  • Sea Grant Takes AIM in the War on AIS
  • Students Connect with Real-time Buoy Data
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Year: 2016

This website provides you with the information and tools needed to help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species commonly found in trade. Water gardeners, aquarium hobbyists, retailers, anglers, teachers, wholesalers, and more can use these resources to learn about invasive species and identify alternative organisms that are safe to buy and sell.

For more detailed information, visit Aquatic Invaders in the Marketplacex


Safe Rx Disposal as Easy as 1-2-3 Thumbnail
File Type: pdf
File Size: 31.90 MB
Year: 2016

This poster provides the best way to safely dispose of unwanted medicine by providing instructions for bringing to it to a take-back and what to do if you cannot make it to a take-back.

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Profitability of Hybrid Striped Bass Cage Aquaculture in the Midwest Thumbnail
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File Size: 696.88 KB
Year: 2015

The hybrid striped bass (HSB) industry is the 4th largest aquaculture industry in the United States in terms of sales value, behind catfish, salmon, and trout. HSB is a cross between a female white bass (Morone chrysops) and a male striped bass (Morone saxatilis). HSB is also known as “”sunshine bass.”” The hybridization of the white bass and the striped bass makes HSB more tolerant to extreme temperatures and dissolved oxygen than either of its parents. There is potential for growth in production in Indiana and the Midwest because of the abundance of farm ponds and private lakes. 

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