Live Asian Carp Discovered Near Lake MichiganThe fish was found well beyond an electric barrier network designed to prevent the invasive species from reaching the Great Lakes.
Most Feared Asian Carp Could Feast On Lake MichiganThey weigh up to 100 pounds and could be headed to a lake near you.
Michigan To Offer Prize In Fight Against Invasive Asian CarpThe state plans to offer a prize to someone who can come up with a way to keep the invasive fish out of the Great Lakes.
Agency Delays Plan For Keeping Asian Carp From Great LakesSpokesman Allen Marshall says further coordination is needed with "multiple levels of government" and advocacy groups.
Study: Asian Carp Could Develop Huge Presence In Lake ErieAsian carp could become the most common fish in Lake Erie if the ravenous invaders develop a breeding population there, while popular sport species including walleye and rainbow trout would decline.
Crews Find Asian Carp Closer To Lake Michigan Than ExpectedFederal crews have discovered two Asian carp in the Illinois River, 12 miles closer to Lake Michigan than where others of that size previously were seen.
Asian Carp, Is It What's For Dinner?Start thinking white meat, the other, other, other white meat. Carp.
Legislation Seeks Interim Steps To Stop Asian CarpThe Great Lakes Commission, which represents the eight states and two Canadian provinces that surround the lakes, endorsed the bills and said the proposed changes would not hamper barge and recreational boat traffic on the busy waterway.
Study Explores Asian Carp Effects On Lake ErieThe analysis concluded the nutrient-rich lake might have enough food to go around even if voracious silver and bighead carp eventually develop as big a presence there as native species.
State Leaders Join Forces To Combat Asian Carp, Other Invasive SpeciesThe governors of eight states surrounding the Great Lakes and the leaders of two Canadian provinces agreed today, to join forces to combat invasive species including Asian carp.
Study: Few Asian Carp Needed To Establish FootholdCanadian scientists say a small number of Asian carp might be enough to establish a population in the Great Lakes.