Relentless Rise of Two Caribbean Lakes Baffles Scientists

National Geographic: On a recent calm day, the surface of Lake Azuéi has no waves, not even any ripples. Pillars of pastel-colored concrete break the still surface, the tops of what once were houses. They are all that's visible of the community that once thrived here. Alberto Pierre, a skinny, wide-eyed 25-year-old, said the submerged village where he grew up wasn't even near the lake. "The water used to be many kilometers from here." Lake Azuéi, the largest lake in Haiti, lies about 18 miles east of Port-au-Prince,......

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