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Long-term, warming temperatures in Michigan could bring far more widespread and lasting challenges by destroying key northern ecosystems.
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As climate change complicates Lake Erie’s algae problem, scientists say farmers must do far more to reduce phosphorus runoff. But will enough farmers change their ways without a government mandate?
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In Great Lakes, the ongoing high water crisis is leading some communities to rethink the policies that put them here.
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The U.S. Great Lakes have surged to unprecedented levels, causing tens of millions of dollars in damage to coastal roads, marinas, and household property.