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Radio Made in Michigan
11:54 am
Fri May 3, 2013

Study indicates Asian carp may already be in Great Lakes

A new study co-authored by a Central Michigan University professor indicates Asian carp may have already reached the Great Lakes.
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A new study released in April finds Asian carp may in fact be reaching the Great Lakes.  The Asian carp is an invasive species with an appetite large enough to potentially decimate the food chain ecosystem of the Great Lakes.  There have been many efforts to contain the spread of the fish in the Chicago Area Waterway System to connects to Lake Michigan.  The study now raises new questions about the effectiveness of that system.

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Radio Made in Michigan
11:47 am
Fri May 3, 2013

Former LSJ columnist John Schneider reflects on his novel in progress

For 24 years, John Schneider's column was a "destination read" in the Lansing State Journal.  Schneider retired from the paper just over a year ago to free up more time for fishing and meandering in the woods...but it's been a thoroughly modern retirement.  It's continued to include a blog, a regular column with Bridge magazine and -- Current State has learned -- a periodic return to the Lansing State Journal.

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Radio Made in Michigan
11:39 am
Fri May 3, 2013

Summer sizzles with cinematic superheroes

The summer movie season is upon us.  In a few weeks, we will be inspired by the feats of cinematic superheroes, clutching our popcorn in fear as we watch the world's demise.  Current State's Emanuele Berry joined MLive.com and Grand Rapids Press entertainment reporter and film critic John Serba to sort out the many films of summer. 

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Radio Made in Michigan
11:31 am
Fri May 3, 2013

MSU researcher scours continents in search of bird songs

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With springtime finally arriving in mid-Michigan, the sounds of the season have also emerged again.  The song of the northern cardinal is one of hundreds recorded by Dr. Pamela Rasmussen.  She's an assistant professor of zoology at Michigan State University and assistant curator at the MSU Museum.

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