Scientists Look Again At Great Lakes And Climate Change

Ashland Current: A recent study of climate change and Great Lakes water levels suggests that while temperatures warm, more water could stay in the Great Lakes than previously anticipated. The study, conducted at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory in Michigan, was published in the Journal of Great Lakes Research. The researchers involved in the study predict a smaller drop or even a rise in lake water levels in different scenarios of climate change.......

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