Lake Michigan climate change studied

United Press International: A robotic submarine is being deployed in Lake Michigan, along with other specialized tools, to determine how young fish might cope with future climate change. Purdue University scientists say they are correlating larval fish growth with various factors, including water temperatures near the lakeshore, where wind patterns might be altered by climate change and threaten fish populations. "These larval fish are very vulnerable because they are not fully developed and cannot swim ......

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