Panel urges artificial structures for St. Clair River to raise water levels

Detroit News: An advisory panel is urging the United States and Canada to consider creating artificial structures in the St. Clair River to raise historically low water levels in Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. The International Joint Commission, which advises both countries on issues involving the Great Lakes and other shared waterways, unveiled its plan Friday after a five-year study by scientists and engineers. Two U.S. and two Canadian commissioners approved all of the report's recommendations, while the......

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