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thumbnail Invasion of Zebra Mussels in Lakes in North Texas –USGS, in cooperation with Dallas Water Utilities, North Texas Municipal Water District, Greater Texoma Utility Authority, and the City of Sherman Water Utilities, are assessing the occurrence, distribution, and densities of zebra mussels in lakes in North Texas. (Contacts: Contact: Amy Beussink, ambeussi@usgs.gov and Tim Raines, thraines@usgs.gov; http://tx.usgs.gov/)

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