Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center Unveiled At ‘U’


UNIVERSITY WILL HONOR CURRENT ATHLETICS FINANCIAL AGREEMENTS FOR STUDENT WHO STAY AT SAINT CLOUD STATE. INVASIVE SPECIES IN MINNESOTA LAKE A PROBLEM. WE HAVE A BETTER WAY TO COMBAT THAT PROBLEM. TODAY, THE YOU UNVEILED THAT STATE OF THE ART RESEARCH FACILITY FOR — WE GO INSIDE. Reporter: WITH A FISH DUMPING INSTEAD OF A RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY, THE UM UPGRADED THE SPECIES CENTER. IT’S A 1,000 SQUARE FOOT STATE OF THE ART LAB EQUIPPED WITH WATER FILTRATION AND TREATMENT SYSTEM. ONE OF THE NEW UPGRADES, THESE BIO CONTAINMENT THANKS THAT’S FILLOWE TILL FREIGHTED. — FILTRATED. IT EFFECTS GAME FISH THAT MINNESOTANS LOVE. I HAVE EXPERIMENTAL AND BUSCH INFECTING THEM WITH THIS DISEASE, I CAN STUDY HOW IT MOVES BETWEEN FISH AND THEN AS WELL AS IF FISH CAN RECOVER OR HOW QUICKLY THE DISEASE PROGRESSES. SHE AND STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO DO WORK THAT WASN’T POSSIBLE FOR. EVEN THE WALLS ARE BLACK TO MIMIC UNDERWATER CONDITIONS. THE IMPORTANT THINGS LIKE SPACE, I HAVE A THOUSAND I’M WORKING WITH, SO IT’S A LOT OF FISH. A WASTE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM TO INSURE NOTHING THEY’RE STUDYING ESCAPES IN WATER WAVES. THEY’LL BE ABLE TO WORK WITH MORE FISH. BEFORE THEY COULD STUDY JUVENILES. THE LAB WILL BE FULLY UP AND RUNNING IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF WEEKS. MICHAEL SAYS THE TIMING COULDN’T HAVE BEEN MORE BETTER.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *