Climate change could have negative effect on the Great Lakes

HNGN: New research suggests climate change may have a strong effect on the Great Lakes. The consequences could impact the drinking water potential and recreational value of the lakes, as well as make them more vulnerable to invasive species and infectious pathogens, Grand Valley State University reported. "Climate change has occurred in the past, but this time, the frequency of change is too fast, not allowing animals enough time to adapt," said Kevin Strychar, an associate professor at Grand Valley's......

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