Corpus ID: 198160701

Sea Lamprey Control : Past , Present , and Future

@inproceedings{Siefkes2017SeaLC,
  title={Sea Lamprey Control : Past , Present , and Future},
  author={M. Siefkes and Todd B. Steeves and William P. Sullivan and Michael B. Twohey and Weiming Li},
  year={2017}
}
  • M. Siefkes, Todd B. Steeves, +2 authors Weiming Li
  • Published 2017
  • Th e establishment of non-native species, whether intentional or accidental, combined with anthropogenic exploitation of fishes and their habitats have significantly and irreversibly altered the ecosystems of the Laurentian Great Lakes (Smith 1968; Loftus and Regier 1972; Eshenroder and Burnham-Curtis 1999; Leach et al. 1999). One invasive species that has had a marked impact upon Great Lakes fish populations is the Sea Lamprey (Petromyzon marinus). Th e history of Sea Lamprey invasion and… CONTINUE READING

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