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


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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