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Scientific Diving: Invasive Species Research at Flathead Lake Montana

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Title: Scientific Diving: Invasive Species Research at Flathead Lake Montana


USGS - GLSC SCUBA divers search Flathead Lake, MT for zebra mussels after water quality samples detected the presence of a larval stage.  The dive team did not find evidence of adult zebra mussels.

Location: Flathead Lake, MT, USA

Date Taken: 12/6/2010

Length: 9:09

Video Producer: Jeff Allen , USGS Great Lakes Science Center

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