Lake Superior in Michigan is the coldest and deepest of the Great Lakes, which together have almost 20% of the world's fresh water. It?s the biggest freshwater lake on earth?as big as South Carolina. But due to evaporation caused by global warming, it's at its lowest level in 80 years. Lake Superior is heating up.
In AOL News, John Flesher quotes chemist Noel Urban as saying, "We're always reacting to what's already happened instead of looking forward. As long as we have a poor understanding of the basic functions of the lake, we won't be able to say whether this warming is of major concern or not."
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