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|Grant will address deadly fish virus|
|Written by The Bay City Times|
|Wednesday, 13 February 2008 14:31|
A multi-state research grant will focus on addressing a deadly fish virus in Lake Huron and other Great Lakes.
The research is meant to provide resource managers in the Great Lakes region with new tools and information to better understand, predict and manage the threat posed by the fatal fish disease, state officials said.
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