Climate Change is Driving Rapid Shifts Between High and Low Water Levels on the Great Lakes

June 4, 2019

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Climate Change Is Driving Rapid Shifts Between High And Low Water Levels On The Great Lakes
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U-M hydrology and climate sciences specialists Drew Gronewold and Richard B. Rood discuss the new “normal” that is rapid high and low water levels in the Great Lakes area, discussing the lakes’ water budget, the role of climate change, and forecast tools.

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