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Mary Muter of the Georgian Bay Association says navigation dredging, riverbed mining and shoreline alteration on the St. Clair River near Port Huron, Mich., and Sarnia, Ont., have led to declining water levels in lakes Michigan and Huron
It's like a drain hole at the bottom of a bathtub
Originally posted by pavil
The Great Lakes have lowered a little mainly due to the lack of really good snowfall in the Great Lakes Basin and realatively dry years in the Upper Midwest and Canada. Without a Good snow, there is not a good melt, there is not raging rivers feeding into the whole region. Get some good wet years in a row together and people will be complaining about the lack of beachfront.
Originally posted by mel1962
Quite posting tree hunger news from people that continue to smoke pot!
U.S. Department of the Interior
U.S. Geological Survey: 2007
The purpose of this report is to present recorded and reconstructed (pre-historical) changes in water levels in the Great Lakes
One can probably be purchased at Home Depot- I'll look into it, and do my share to save the world.
Originally posted by Valhall
I think they need a big plug. Let's be clear, they are calling for action so that's what is required...a big plug. They need to find the "drain" and stick a big plug in it. Maybe they can pour and form this plug right on a big ship out there and then they can just let the massive water drain suck it down into place and save the world.