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Peter Sorensen, a University of Minnesota Professor of Fisheries and Aquatic Biology, and Director of the Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center, and post-doc (PhD) researcher Dan Zielinski , right, sit in a 10,000 liter experiment tank in which they have created sound and bubble barriers to divert invasive Asian Carp, photographed on Wednesday, April 23, 2014. Sorensen holds an underwater speaker. (Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi)

Minnesota 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.

Any donors?

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