Great Lakes Water Level Changed Not By Global Warming… But By ICE JAMS

A recent study concluded that the Great Lakes are not drying up after all.

The study also concluded that Lake Michigan’s water level dropped over the first half of the decade not because of global warming
But because of ice jams.

Researchers believe Lake Michigan, shown near Frankfort, and Lake Huron dropped after the St. Clair River was scoured during an ice jam. (Dale G. Young / The Detroit News)

The Blog Prof has more.

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