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Conewango Creek Flexes Its Mussels

Survey finds several species

August 9, 2013

Biologists from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission surveyed the Conewango Creek for mussel populations in the area where the old low-head dam was removed in 2009....

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tertiaryamine

Aug-09-13 6:41 PM

I believe it takes a routine survey to identify a "problem" ... so some strategy of regular survey needs to be deployed. I agree that the government needs to be more efficient. Not sure that we need US Fish and Widelife staff doing this versus a local university biology staff with student support.

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dubedit

Aug-09-13 8:57 AM

Umm ... the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service REQUIRES this lunacy? No wonder our government is going broke. We have people working in government who dream up things like this so they'll have lots of paper to shuffle and can keep their jobs. What a waste. In the absence of a problem, let nature take its course. They're surveying because some lunatic thinks there MIGHT be a problem. I'll bet this is repeated 1,000 times across the country.

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