Scientists: Water loss estimates overstated

Green Bay Press Gazette: Climate change probably won't reduce Great Lakes water levels as much as experts have predicted and might even cause them to rise slightly, federal scientists say. For two decades, studies have said a warming climate could send water levels sharply lower by boosting evaporation and reducing rain and snowfall in the Lake Superior basin, which feeds the other lakes. But a revised computer modeling system suggests those predictions were overstated, said Brent Lofgren, a scientist at the NOAA Great......

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