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"Mark A. Ward" <[log in to unmask]>
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UVM Conservation Biology Discussion Group <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 1 Mar 1998 17:21:13 -0500
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Hello Everyone!

This week at the UVM Conservation Biology Discussion Group we will feature
a presentation entitled "Lake Champlain Sea Lamprey: History of Invasion
and Current Control Program." The sea lamprey is an exotic species which
has been present in Lake Champlain since the early 1800's.  It has had
devastating effects on the fisheries of the lake. In 1990, an 8-year
experimental biocontrol program was initiated to decrease the sea lamprey
population.  Adam Zerrenner, of the US Fish and Wildlife Service, will
discuss the history of the sea lamprey's presence and the current control
program.
The meeting will be this Wednesday, March 4,1998 from 12:15 - 1:15 PM
in Room 105 Aiken Building. Hope to see you there! Everyone is welcome!
Don't forget to bring your lunch!

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