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Valentine, K. 2023. Closures lift on portion of Snake River, reopens public access after quagga mussel treatment. KTVB7. Boise, ID. https://www.ktvb.com/article/news/local/closures-lifted-portion-snake-river-reopens-public-access-quagga-mussel-treatment/277-41cb6330-c452-4ccc-bad9-ff4568f3f6a8. Created on 10/19/2023. Accessed on 10/26/2023.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 42459
Type: News
Author: Valentine, K.
Date (year): 2023
Title:Closures lift on portion of Snake River, reopens public access after quagga mussel treatment
Publisher:KTVB7
Publisher Location:Boise, ID
URL: https://www.ktvb.com/article/news/local/closures-lifted-portion-snake-river-reopens-public-access-quagga-mussel-treatment/277-41cb6330-c452-4ccc-bad9-ff4568f3f6a8
Accessed on: 10/26/2023
Created on: 10/19/2023
Keywords: quagga mussel, Snake River, Dreissena bugensis
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