On Wired.com, John Flesher, an AP Environmental Writer, writes,
MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) — Deep enough to hold the combined water in all the other Great Lakes and with a surface area as large as South Carolina, Lake Superior’s size has lent it an aura of invulnerability. But the mighty Superior is losing water and getting warmer, worrying those who live near its shores, scientists and companies that rely on the lake for business.
The changes to the lake could be signs of climate change, although scientists aren’t sure.
Click here to read the article for more.
Photo: AP Photo/John Flesher