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The Great Lakes are Stressed and Climate change is Making it Worse
The Great Lakes are struggling under the combined weight of many ailments, from invasive species and toxic chemicals to the nutrient runoffs that fuel Lake Erie’s chronic algae problem. And in many cases, climate change is making it worse.

An Evaluation of Stressor Interactions in the Great Lakes, examines seven problems plaguing the Great Lakes — fish harvest, habitat loss, nutrients, pathogens, climate change, invasive species and toxic chemicals — to learn how they interact with one another to affect the lakes’ health.  In many cases, these health problems have a compounding effect: One ailment stacked on top of another makes the lakes’ overall prognosis worse.

 
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