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Peter Sorensen (left), a University of Minnesota professor of fisheries and aquatic biology and director of the Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center, and Ph.D. student Dan Zielinski sit in a 10,000-liter experiment tank in which they have created sound and bubble barriers to divert invasive Asian carp. ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS/Scott Takushi

Professor has cheap plan to stop invasive carp, but needs money now

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ST. PAUL -- The carp invading Minnesota up the Mississippi River can be stopped — at least for several years.

It’ll only cost $60,000.

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But the man with the plan — University of Minnesota researcher Peter Sorensen — doesn’t have the money.

And he needs it now for it to work.

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