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Northern Lakes are Losing Their Ice Cover
For the first time, a team of climate and water experts has predicted patterns of declining ice cover in northern freshwater lakes for the next few decades.

The new work, published last week in the journal Nature Climate Change, looks at ice-loss scenarios for some 1.4 million lakes across our hemisphere.

Changes in ice cover can drive negative changes in fish populations and the health of aquatic vegetation (not to mention patterns of algal bloom) as well as undesirable shifts in water chemistry and nutrient content.


 
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