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Wagner, pers. ). Densities of adult zebra mussels in Lake Champlain were generally greater in 1996 than in 1995. Density of new recruits at one site in the southern portion of the lake was 19 3,676,000/m2 in midsummer, and veligers were found for the first time in the northeast arm of the lake (Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, unpublished data). In contrast to an expanding population in Lake Champlain, a strong 1992 year class of zebra mussels continued to dominate in the Hudson River, but biomass of this year class was at its lowest since 1992 (D.

Mary’s River near Sault Sainte Marie and as far west as Lake Superior near Thunder Bay, Ontario (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, pers. ). Power generating plants continued to struggle with zebra mussel fouling. The plant in Monroe, Michigan, had an estimated 500 m 3 of zebra mussels deposited in the intake canal and 300 m 3 impinged on the traveling screens in 1 year’s fouling (Kovalak et al. 1993).  Lawrence River were decommissioned for the year and inspected for zebra mussels. Twelve of 115 buoys had zebra mussels, and all 12 were located in the vicinity of the locks near Massena, New York (Conn et al.

Even before zebra mussels and quagga mussels (Dreissena rostriformis bugensis) were discovered in North America, Sinclair and Isom (1963) compared the dispersal of zebra mussels in Europe to the spread of Corbicula, a small bivalve from Asia already known to be a biofouling organism in the United States. They concluded that zebra mussels could likely be the next invader from Europe and would cause similar fouling problems if they colonized North America. Strayer (1991) predicted that, once established, zebra mussels would probably have a wide distribution in rivers and lakes of North America based on the size, water hardness, and range of temperatures tolerated in European waters.

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