Fish Virus Spreads in Great Lakes A deadly fish virus is making its way through the Great Lakes and nearby waterways. Biologists say that the virus, called viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV), could decimate fish populations. Guests discuss how officials plan to fight the virus, and how they plan to pay for it.
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Fish Virus Spreads in Great Lakes

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Fish Virus Spreads in Great Lakes

Fish Virus Spreads in Great Lakes

Fish Virus Spreads in Great Lakes

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A deadly fish virus is making its way through the Great Lakes and nearby waterways. Biologists say the virus, called viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV), could decimate fish populations. Guests discuss how officials plan to fight the virus, and how they plan to pay for it.

James Casey, associate professor of virology, Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine