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Kennedy discusses zebra mussel problem on CBS

Zebra musselsRegents Professor of Biology James Kennedy appeared on CBS This Morning Aug. 10 to offer expertise on the growing zebra mussel problem in Texas.

Kennedy, who also is director of the Elm Fork Education Center and Natural Heritage Museum, researches the ecology of benthic invertebrates and ecotoxicology.

Kennedy and his students were recently the first to discover zebra mussels, right, in the Trinity River. Zebra mussels, which were introduced to Texas waters about five years ago, multiply quickly and latch on to solid surfaces such as boats, pipes and drains. Zebra mussels often are transported to new bodies of water on unwashed boats, and their presence affects water quality and damages native ecosystems.

Posted on: Fri 09 August 2013

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