The Institute of Social and Economic Research’s Dr. Tobias Schwoerer, was featured by KTUU to discuss elodea and its potential impact on Alaska’s salmon industry, should the state be unsuccessful in eradicating the invasive aquatic plant. Elodea has previously been used as an aquarium plant and for lab kits in biology classes. The State no longer allows the plant to be sold in Alaska. You can find the article, Invasive plant could cost salmon industry $159 million per year, ISER study finds, at KTUU.com. More of Dr. Schwoerer’s work about elodea is available in ISER’s publications database.