Asian carp have long been recognized as a threat to the Great Lakes and the region's $7 billion fishing industry. But the risk posed by these.
As Asian carp have stormed up the Illinois River in the past several decades, looming precariously close to Lake Michigan, scientists have been forced to ponder an alarming question: What if the invasive species actually breached the world’s fifth-largest lake? However, since the.
Asian carp could survive in wider portions of Lake Michigan than scientists previously believed, according to a new University of Michigan study.