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Apr 1, 2010 (17 hours ago) Global warming a factor in Lake Superior sea lamprey problem

A University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher says global warming is factoring into Lake Superior's growing problem with invasive, blood-sucking parasites that attack fish.  more...

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Making extraordinary claims like this requires extraordinary evidence. I would like to see the relationship between lake temp and lamprey size before we move on to the more fantastic claim that global warming is some how involved How does an editor allow such claims without challenge? The responsible thing for H20 notes to do would be to report the facts. 4/2/2010 2:49:46 PM
I would like to see a temperature record for various parts of the lake that might be affected by lampreys for the last 100 years. Such a record should be matched for date and location and depth. It should also be taken at surface and multiple depths for each location.4/2/2010 3:02:40 PM
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