Efforts are underway to try and get the river locks on the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal closed in order to stop the spread of two invasive species of fish known as the Asian carp and the Snakehead. Asian carp DNA has been discovered in Lake Calumet in Illinois despite an electric fence that has been placed downriver in an effort to stop them from passing. Last week biologists from the U. Fish and Wildlife Services, the U. Asian carp has been found in the Mississippi River and as close as 25 miles from Lake Michigan. Biologists believe they must keep them out of the Great Lakes or many native fish species will be threatened. But Asian carp is not their only concern anymore.
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The Army Corps of Engineers has proposed — finally, after months of delay by the Trump administration — a $ million plan to prevent Asian. A two-week intensive hunt on the Chicago canal system has yielded no additional Asian carp beyond an electric barrier system designed to keep the jumbo fish from swimming up the canal network and into Lake Michigan. It was the second Asian carp caught beyond the electric barrier.
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Shipping locks in Chicago-area waterways will not be closed while a lawsuit over how to keep Asian Carp out of the Great Lakes is pending. Supreme Court ruled against the injunction Monday. Michigan and other Great Lakes states have a pending lawsuit that calls for permanently splitting the man-made link between the Mississippi and Great Lakes; but without stopping shipping between the lakes and Chicago. The states wanted the Supreme Court to close the shipping locks while that lawsuit works its way through the court system.
That concern seemed more real than ever this summer after an Illinois fisherman caught a carp in June less than 10 miles from Lake Michigan — beyond the barriers designed to keep them out. These voracious fish have already decimated Midwestern rivers. And they eat lots of them. Adult Asian carp eat pounds of the stuff every day. The bighead carp eat a lot. Underwater speakers would sonically blast the fish as additional deterrent.