Does climate change mean less ice on Lake Superior?

WDIO: Representative Rick Nolan and nearly 100 residents filled a UMD lecture hall for a climate change forum on Saturday. Lake Superior hasn't seen significant ice yet this year, and local scientists said it will see less ice in the future. "We have our cold winters. We have our warm winters, but progressively, steadily we're going to see more of the warm and less of the cold. We're going to see overall a decrease in the ice cover on Lake Superior,' Professor Tom Johnson said. Johnson is a regent......

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