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Great Lakes Drying Up… No, Overflowing… Because Climate Change

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Guest “because climate change” by David Middleton From the October 1, 2020 issue of Physics Today… Well, physics the day after tomorrow (good movie title)… 1 OCTOBER 2020 • page 26The Great Lakes are filled to their brims, with no signs of recedingExperts see the fingerprints of climate change on the lakes’ record high water…

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