Scientists find two new diseases in Great Lakes fish

An expanded fish disease surveillance program funded by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative revealed that a virus that killed thousands of Great Lakes fish several years ago has not spread. The bad news: Researchers detected two new fish pathogens that could affect salmon and trout populations in the Great Lakes. The findings will help government agencies better protect and manage the $7 billion Great Lakes fishery. Read more here.   



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