City Council of Glimmerville
To whom it may concern:
First let me start off by introducing myself my name is Nicole Santa Isabel I live on the Big Island of Hawaii. Currently a student for the University of Phoenix taking a course in environmental science when I came across Glimmerville and its concerns with Grass Carp. Sparksville’s aquatic ecosystem is also having issues with balancing the ecosystem. This letter is to bring some light and maybe provided some solutions to any issues Glimmerville may be facing. Grass Carp is an herbivorous fresh water fish and was introduced originally from England. These fishes as we all know are famous for feeding on aquatic plants and in some cases have damaged a lot of our aquatic plants because of over population. They normally occur in waters, ponds and lakes. Grass Carp’s are also known to be rapid breeders in which the egg will float down stream until it hatches somewhere. Sparksville’s aquatic system has been damaged by the growth and feeding of Grass Carps. Some solutions could include creating a separate controlled climate for these creatures or providing them with food to survive on so that they will spend less time eating all of the aquatic sources for the survival of other fishes. Monitoring the aquatic state of the lakes form population to the waste that human beings litter in the area will all provided a solution. Also try involving the public to have a fishing expedition to take some of the numbers down from over population. According to my studies in Environmental Science our ecosystem is balanced through homeostasis which is affected by both forces that tend to grow population size and forces that can decrease the ecosystem. A great example of these types of struggles would be Florida in 1884 the water hyacinth was introduced from South America which was accidentally released into a nearby river. Which then spread throughout the states canals and rivers. Hyacinth...
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