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Lake levels: can anything be done?

The Army Corps of Engineers blames Mother Nature for the near record setting low levels of the Great Lakes.

They do not recommend any manmade solutions.

The Corps updated the news media around the Great Lakes by teleconference last Wednesday afternoon. Officials from the Corps' Detroit office answered questions about the low lake levels, particularly for "Lake Michigan-Huron." The Corps considers them one lake because of the connection at the Straits of Mackinaw. They discussed causes, as well the impact of low water.  more...

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If the Corps would admit their mistake by dredging the river between Lake St Clair and Lake Erie and fill it back in to a reasonable depth than Lakes Michigan & Huran can get back to normal levels.11/12/2012 7:54:49 AM
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