Dr. Kim Schulz, Associate Professor of Environmental and Forest Biology, at SUNY ESF has been surveying Owasco Lake and other Finger Lakes for invasive species - specifically Quagga Mussels.
Research is beginning to reveal a possible association between the increase in the occurrence of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and the Quagga Mussel’s ability to excrete phosphorus.
Join us to learn more about the results of Dr. Schulz’s research and underwater survey on how this invasive species may be impacting our lakes.
Sponsored by: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Seneca County, Seneca County Farm Bureau, and Seneca County Soil and Water Conservation District/New York State.
Last updated June 19, 2020