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    Default Praising ballast regulations

    https://oodmag.com/praising-ballast-regulations/

    Empirical evidence supports ballast-water regulation as the primary cause of declining non-native species in the Great Lakes.
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    Some good news.
    Once more proof =where there is a will-there is a way.

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    A pretty meaningless study.We've known for 100+ years what the outcome was going to be by not insisting on sound ballast laws. The embarrassing and frustrating thing is that it took a bunch of beurocrats 80+ years to finally act with common sense and get the SOP in practise. Failing to act has already destroyed and/or irreversibly damaged every freshwater ecosystem in Canada. Sure would have been nice to have avoided zebra and quaggas, gobies, spiny water flea, fish hook flea, etc., etc.,etc.

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