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NEWS NOAA Fisheries Public Affairs The waters of Whiting Harbor near Sitka, Alaska are icy this February morning, but "ROVer" doesn't even shiver while being lowered into it. ROVer is on a mission to find an invasive sea squirt known as "rock vomit."

State, feds team up to fight 'rock vomit' threat to Alaska fisheries

The invasive sea squirt known as
The invasive sea squirt known as "rock vomit" was first discovered in Alaska waters during the Sitka Marine Invasive Species Bioblitz in June 2010 (photo courtesy NOAA).
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