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When Fish Grow Like Weeds: Options and Strategies for Managing Impacts of Invasive Asian Carp in Tennessee – Benjamin Meadows and Dr. Charles Sims


Graduate Research Fellow Benjamin Meadows and Dr. Charles Sims, Baker Center Faculty Fellow and Director of the Baker Center’s Energy & Environmental Policy Program, have just released a new policy brief which looks at multiple strategies for combating the invasion of the Asian Carp in Tennessee. Some of the strategies include introducing predators of the Asian Carp or providing incentives
to commercial fishers and wholesale fish dealers to focus on harvesting Asian Carp.

You can find and read the full policy brief here.


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