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Aquatic Invasive Plants: Removing Brazilian Elodea from Battle Ground Lake

Publication number Date Published
06-10-085November 2006
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Author(s) Kathy Hamel
Description Ecology partnered with the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, manager of Battle Ground Lake State Park, which graciously allowed Battle Ground Lake to be used as a test lake to study the effects of the aquatic herbicide diquat on Brazilian elodea. This publication provides a descriptive example of a water quality improvement and protection project.
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Keywords recreation, aquatic weeds, water quality story, water quality
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