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A 141-Year History of Annual Levels of the U.S. Great Lakes

Changnon, S.A.  2004.  Temporal behavior of levels of the Great Lakes and climate variability.  Journal of Great Lakes Research 30: 184-200.

Changnon begins his study of Great Lakes water levels by noting that "recent shifts in lake levels [have] led to a major disaster-oriented assessment of the 'record' declines in recent years," stating that certain people have "attributed these to climate change from global warming."  In this regard, he makes particular mention of the National Geographic Society, which in 2002 ran an article entitled "Down the Drain?  The Incredible Shrinking Great Lakes" in their flagship publication National Geographic.   more...


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