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Kingston Daily Freeman
Lecture on creating a wildlife habitat in Hyde Park on Feb. 21WHAT: Lecture, “Create a Wildlife Habitat” WHEN: Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. WHERE: Dut
Lecture on creating a wildlife habitat in Hyde Park on Feb. 21
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted yesterday
WHAT: Lecture, “Create a Wildlife Habitat” WHEN: Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. WHERE: Dutchess County SPCA, 636 Violet Ave., Hyde Park DETAILS: Barbara Hobens, a National Wildlife federation Habitat steward, will present a lecture on how to create a... Read more
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CBS News
How are New Hampshire's late-deciders picking their candidate?MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - "Live free or die" is the oft-repeated New Hampshir
How are New Hampshire's late-deciders picking their candidate?
CBS News / Posted yesterday
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire - "Live free or die" is the oft-repeated New Hampshire slogan meant to signal certain characteristics about the state's voters. Like "flinty," "independent-minded," or "practical and well-informed." But with polls open here... Read more
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Daily Press
Feb. 8 Letters: SS United States, transgender suit, climate change Israeli supportAvoid rough waters I hope that Crystal Cruises, is not going to make the same
Feb. 8 Letters: SS United States, transgender suit, climate change Israeli support
Daily Press / Posted 3 days ago
Avoid rough waters I hope that Crystal Cruises, is not going to make the same mistake that Norwegian Cruise Lines made back in 1979, when they bought and refurbished the SS France and renamed it the SS Norway sailing weekly from Miami cruising to... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Outdoors notebook | Expo includes info on local fishing The Columbus Fishing Expo lands with a distinct local flavor at the Ohio Expo
Outdoors notebook | Expo includes info on local fishing
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
The Columbus Fishing Expo lands with a distinct local flavor at the Ohio Expo Center for a three-day run starting on Friday. While an array of exhibitors provides the backbone of the event,... Read more
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The Auto Channel
2016 Subaru Outback Named To 16 Best Family Cars of 2016CHERRY HILL, N.J., Feb. 5, 2016 --�Subaru of America, Inc. announced today that
2016 Subaru Outback Named To 16 Best Family Cars of 2016
The Auto Channel / Posted 5 days ago
CHERRY HILL, N.J., Feb. 5, 2016 --�Subaru of America, Inc. announced today that the 2016 Outback made Kelley Blue Book's16 Best Family Cars of 2016 for meeting the needs of the modern family with emphasis on outstanding room for both passengers and... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Kevin I. ConlyKevin Indzonka Conly, 49, of Jay, passed away Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, at his hom
Kevin I. Conly
Lake Placid News / Posted 6 days ago
Kevin Indzonka Conly, 49, of Jay, passed away Sunday, Jan. 31, 2016, at his home in Jay. Mr. Conly was born Sept. 27, 1966, in Newburgh, the son of Alan R. and Marjorie (Indzonka) Conly. Kevin was a graduate of Newburgh Free Academy and Cortland... Read more
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The Medina County Gazette
Medina County joins effort to aid monarch butterflies — The Medina County GazetteThe Medina County Soil and Water Conservation District is joining a national in
Medina County joins effort to aid monarch butterflies — The Medina County Gazette
The Medina County Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
The Medina County Soil and Water Conservation District is joining a national initiative to save monarch butterflies. The A.I. Root Company has multiple wild flower gardens with milkweed in them to help pollinating insects like bees and monarch... Read more
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Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post
City OKs housing tax credits for new apartmentsA resolution of support for housing tax credits from the Texas Department of Ho
City OKs housing tax credits for new apartments
Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post / Posted 7 days ago
A resolution of support for housing tax credits from the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) for Rolling Hills Apartments was approved by Fredericksburg City Council members on Monday night. McDonald Companies, the group that... Read more
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The Buffalo News
You’re not nuts. Those squirrels are huge.They could be running a marathon a day, but they just can’t keep the weight off
You’re not nuts. Those squirrels are huge.
The Buffalo News / Posted 7 days ago
They could be running a marathon a day, but they just can’t keep the weight off. It’s nuts. That could be a big reason why your backyard squirrel looks a whole lot chunkier this winter, at least according to wildlife experts. “This year is what we... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Bumper acorn crop produces fat squirrelsThey could be running a marathon a day, but they just can’t keep the weight off
Bumper acorn crop produces fat squirrels
The Buffalo News / Posted 7 days ago
They could be running a marathon a day, but they just can’t keep the weight off. It’s nuts. That could be a big reason why your backyard squirrel looks a whole lot chunkier this winter, at least according to wildlife experts. “This year is what we... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Kevin I. ConlyMr. Conly was born Sept. 27, 1966, in Newburgh, the son of Alan R. and Marjorie
Kevin I. Conly
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 7 days ago
Mr. Conly was born Sept. 27, 1966, in Newburgh, the son of Alan R. and Marjorie (Indzonka) Conly. Kevin was a graduate of Newburgh Free Academy and Cortland State College. Kevin had worked in the Buffalo and Lake Placid areas for many years. Kevin... Read more
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Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post
Daily Update for Feb. 2• Fredericksburg City Council on Monday night heard the Economic Development Co
Daily Update for Feb. 2
Fredericksburg Standard Radio Post / Posted 8 days ago
• Fredericksburg City Council on Monday night heard the Economic Development Commission's annual report from Executive Director Tim Lehmberg. Council members also approved the National Wildlife Federation Mayor’s Monarch Pledge, and the support, by... Read more
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The Coldwater Daily Reporter
Davies works to protect wildlifeCALIFORNIA TOWNSHIP — Joshua Davies, 10, is the owner of a nationally recognize
Davies works to protect wildlife
The Coldwater Daily Reporter / Posted 12 days ago
CALIFORNIA TOWNSHIP — Joshua Davies, 10, is the owner of a nationally recognized wildlife habitat. His parents, Steven and Miranda, put the certification, for the California Township property, in Joshua's name because, "he loves animals and nature,"... Read more
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Business Wire
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Taps Guillermo Castilleja, Ph.D., as Strategic AdvisorPALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation today
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Taps Guillermo Castilleja, Ph.D., as Strategic Advisor
Business Wire / Posted 14 days ago
PALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation today announced the creation of a senior fellow role and the appointment of Guillermo Castilleja, Ph.D. In this role, Castilleja will serve as a special advisor to the... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
NM Wildlife Federation director calls on lawmakers to condemn militia's actionsFollowing the arrest of members of an armed militia that occupied a national wi
NM Wildlife Federation director calls on lawmakers to condemn militia's actions
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted 14 days ago
Following the arrest of members of an armed militia that occupied a national wildlife refuge in Oregon, the executive director of the New Mexico National Wildlife Federation is calling on New Mexico lawmakers to take action. "I really think that the... Read more
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Washington City Paper
D.C. Peace Community Grieves Death of White House Vigil Keeper Concepcion ‘Connie’ PicciottoLafayette Park lacks not a statue but a person today: Concepcion Picciotto, fon
D.C. Peace Community Grieves Death of White House Vigil Keeper Concepcion ‘Connie’ Picciotto
Washington City Paper / Posted 14 days ago
Lafayette Park lacks not a statue but a person today: Concepcion Picciotto, fondly remembered by global-peace activists as “Connie.” Picciotto had kept near-constant vigil for almost 35 years among bulky signs and myriad smaller ones—an act of... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Here's how dibs works on the East CoastIn Washington, Nate Bergman spent 96 words stating his case, laser-printed and
Here's how dibs works on the East Coast
Chicago Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
In Washington, Nate Bergman spent 96 words stating his case, laser-printed and sealed in plastic. He'd spent hours digging his car out of a parking place on a Capitol Hill street. He duly acknowledged the legal right of other drivers to take the... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Keystone Policy Center summons stakeholders to help monarch butterflyThe monarch butterfly — the immediately recognizable orange, black and white-pa
Keystone Policy Center summons stakeholders to help monarch butterfly
Summit Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
The monarch butterfly — the immediately recognizable orange, black and white-patterned insect fluttering throughout North America and parts of South America — makes its annual winter migration to Mexico but continues to experience record lows in... Read more
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The Advocate
Guest column: River should be harnessed for restorationThe recent opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway is a dramatic reminder of our r
Guest column: River should be harnessed for restoration
The Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
The recent opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway is a dramatic reminder of our region’s precarious relationship with water and the responsibility and opportunity we have to be innovative leaders in water management. While this year’s unusually early... Read more
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The Advocate
Louisiana projects allocated $52 million on Wednesday to improve Louisiana coastlineJean Lafitte Canal backfilling:— $8.7 million West Grand Terre beach nourishme
Louisiana projects allocated $52 million on Wednesday to improve Louisiana coastline
The Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
Jean Lafitte Canal backfilling:— $8.7 million West Grand Terre beach nourishment and stabilization: $7.3 million Golden Triangle marsh creation: $4.3 million Biloxi Marsh living shoreline: $3.2 million Mississippi River reintroduction into the... Read more
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The Advocate
Guest column: River should be harnessed for restorationThe recent opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway is a dramatic reminder of our r
Guest column: River should be harnessed for restoration
The Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
The recent opening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway is a dramatic reminder of our region’s precarious relationship with water and the responsibility and opportunity we have to be innovative leaders in water management. While this year’s unusually early... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
US Senate fails to override Obama's veto of congressional attempt to block Clean Water RuleThe U.S. Senate fell short Jan. 21 in its attempt to override President Obama’s
US Senate fails to override Obama's veto of congressional attempt to block Clean Water Rule
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 20 days ago
The U.S. Senate fell short Jan. 21 in its attempt to override President Obama’s veto of a resolution that would have blocked federal clean water regulations. Obama shot down S.J. 22, the congressional bill that would have nullified the U.S. Army... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Advocacy group continues push to use river silt to rebuild landWhen opened, the Bonnet Carr� Spillway can send up to 250,000 cubic feet per se
Advocacy group continues push to use river silt to rebuild land
The Houma Courier / Posted 22 days ago
When opened, the Bonnet Carr� Spillway can send up to 250,000 cubic feet per second of sediment-rich water from the Mississippi into Lake Pontchatrain – enough to create a plume of sediment on satellite maps on the lake. But there is still sediment... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Advocacy group continues push to use river silt to rebuild landWhen opened, the Bonnet Carr� Spillway can send up to 250,000 cubic feet per se
Advocacy group continues push to use river silt to rebuild land
The Daily Comet / Posted 22 days ago
When opened, the Bonnet Carr� Spillway can send up to 250,000 cubic feet per second of sediment-rich water from the Mississippi into Lake Pontchatrain – enough to create a plume of sediment on satellite maps on the lake. But there is still sediment... Read more
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89.7 WKSU
Reaction are mixed to new federal batt-protection lawWith 30 states, including Ohio, reporting white nose syndrome, the quandary has
Reaction are mixed to new federal batt-protection law
89.7 WKSU / Posted 23 days ago
With 30 states, including Ohio, reporting white nose syndrome, the quandary has been how to protect bat populations while not overly restricting development and forestry practices. This includes banning tree-removal within a quarter mile of affected... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
David AmosLEXINGTON – David Richard Amos, 63, passed away Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016. A memor
David Amos
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 23 days ago
LEXINGTON – David Richard Amos, 63, passed away Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of Cumby Family Funeral Service in High Point. He was born June 17, 1952, in High Point to Charles and Betty... Read more
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WestportNow
Alison D. Gray, 90Sunday, January 17, 2016 Alison D. Gray (formerly Alison G. Murray) of Weston
Alison D. Gray, 90
WestportNow / Posted 24 days ago
Sunday, January 17, 2016 Alison D. Gray (formerly Alison G. Murray) of Weston died Jan. 9 at home of complications from dementia. She was 90. She taught art for 39 years at the Unquowa School in Fairfield, having retired at the age of 82. Prior to... Read more
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The Advocate
Officials and environmentalists lament that water once again is high in the Mississippi but sediment isn’t being diverted to marshesAfter the 2011 flood pushed record amounts of silt-laden water through the Miss
Officials and environmentalists lament that water once again is high in the Mississippi but sediment isn’t being diverted to marshes
The Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
After the 2011 flood pushed record amounts of silt-laden water through the Mississippi River valley, coastal activists lamented the fact that no river diversions were in place to capture some of the sediment to help rebuild Louisiana’s marshes. Five... Read more
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The Advocate
Officials and environmentalists lament that water once again is high in the Mississippi but sediment isn’t being diverted to marshesAfter the flood of 2011 pushed record amounts of silt-laden water through the M
Officials and environmentalists lament that water once again is high in the Mississippi but sediment isn’t being diverted to marshes
The Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
After the flood of 2011 pushed record amounts of silt-laden water through the Mississippi River valley, coastal activists lamented the fact that no river diversions were in place to capture some of the sediment to help rebuild Louisiana’s... Read more
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The Advocate
Once again state officials and environmentalists lament that water is high in Mississippi and sediment isn’t being diverted to marshesAfter the flood of 2011 pushed record amounts of silt-laden water through the M
Once again state officials and environmentalists lament that water is high in Mississippi and sediment isn’t being diverted to marshes
The Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
After the flood of 2011 pushed record amounts of silt-laden water through the Mississippi River valley, coastal activists lamented the fact that no river diversions were in place to capture some of the sediment to help rebuild marshes. Five years... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
Resolve to restore the coastOver five years after the Gulf oil spill, 2015 finally brought a legal settleme
Resolve to restore the coast
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
Over five years after the Gulf oil spill, 2015 finally brought a legal settlement with BP. In 2016 and beyond, more of the oil spill penalties will come to Florida than ever before.Okaloosa County will receive a portion of these dollars, as will... Read more
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CBS 19 Tyler
Jefferson County Man Arrested for Killing Whooping Cranes(KBMT) - 12News was in federal court Thursday as an 18-year-old Beaumont man ma
Jefferson County Man Arrested for Killing Whooping Cranes
CBS 19 Tyler / Posted 26 days ago
(KBMT) - 12News was in federal court Thursday as an 18-year-old Beaumont man made his first appearance before a judge amid charges he shot and killed two endangered whooping cranes. Trey Joseph Frederick was arrested Thursday and charged with... Read more
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ABC Montana
MDT proposes Highway 86 improvement ?The Montana Department of Transportation would like to notify the public and
MDT proposes Highway 86 improvement
ABC Montana / Posted 27 days ago
?The Montana Department of Transportation would like to notify the public and seek comments on a proposal to improve roadway surface on about 6.7 miles of Montana Highway 86... Read more
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ABC Montana
Overview of State of the Union Address In his last state of the union address, the president spoke poignantly about
Overview of State of the Union Address
ABC Montana / Posted 29 days ago
In his last state of the union address, the president spoke poignantly about America’s many victories over the past few years, while also urging American’s to embrace... Read more
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ABC Montana
Knowing the signs of a human trafficking victimThe Powerball - - how much will you really end up with if you win?The Powerball
Knowing the signs of a human trafficking victim
ABC Montana / Posted 30 days ago
The Powerball - - how much will you really end up with if you win?The Powerball - - how much will you really end up with if you win? The Powerball jackpot is up to 1.4 billion dollars. It’s a big pie. So, we thought we'd let you know where that... Read more
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ABC Montana
Check it Out: Strange mountain lion found in IdahoThe Powerball - - how much will you really end up with if you win?The Powerball
Check it Out: Strange mountain lion found in Idaho
ABC Montana / Posted 30 days ago
The Powerball - - how much will you really end up with if you win?The Powerball - - how much will you really end up with if you win? The Powerball jackpot is up to 1.4 billion dollars. It’s a big pie. So, we thought we'd let you know where that... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Knowing the signs of a human trafficking victim Most victims of human trafficking are forced into the industry at the age of
Knowing the signs of a human trafficking victim
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 30 days ago
Most victims of human trafficking are forced into the industry at the age of 12. This is just one of the shocking statistics to report during human... Read more
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ABC Montana
ABC All Star: Missoula Mavs BaseballGroup of snowboarders honoring fallen friendGroup of snowboarders honoring fall
ABC All Star: Missoula Mavs Baseball
ABC Montana / Posted 1 months ago
Group of snowboarders honoring fallen friendGroup of snowboarders honoring fallen friend It's that time of year when many of us hit the slopes, but for some they're not able to have fun on the mountain. A group of snowboarders in big sky is trying... Read more
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ABC Montana
Child and Family Services struggles to keep up with growing cases of child abuse and neglectSnowy city streets create hazards in BozemanSnowy city streets create hazards i
Child and Family Services struggles to keep up with growing cases of child abuse and neglect
ABC Montana / Posted 1 months ago
Snowy city streets create hazards in BozemanSnowy city streets create hazards in Bozeman Snow is still piling up on city streets, particularly in Bozeman. It's creating several different hazards for both drivers and pedestrians. Snow is still... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
ESSA promotes studying nature while in itThe Baltimore middle schooler had studied the Chesapeake Bay in her classroom f
ESSA promotes studying nature while in it
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
The Baltimore middle schooler had studied the Chesapeake Bay in her classroom for three weeks. Now she stood at the end of a dock overlooking a tiny tributary of the great estuary: "Huh, I thought the bay would be bigger." Clearly, studying nature... Read more
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ABC Montana
MWF urges Montanans to "stamp out" anti-public lands intimidationState plans to relocate parrot tailings into the Berkeley PitState plans to rel
MWF urges Montanans to "stamp out" anti-public lands intimidation
ABC Montana / Posted 1 months ago
State plans to relocate parrot tailings into the Berkeley PitState plans to relocate parrot tailings into the Berkeley Pit Decades of mine waste sitting below the surface of Butte may soon be removed to a new location. The state has a plan of action... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
MWF urges Montanans to "stamp out" anti-public lands intimidationState plans to relocate parrot tailings into the Berkeley PitState plans to rel
MWF urges Montanans to "stamp out" anti-public lands intimidation
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 1 months ago
State plans to relocate parrot tailings into the Berkeley PitState plans to relocate parrot tailings into the Berkeley Pit Decades of mine waste sitting below the surface of Butte may soon be removed to a new location. The state has a plan of action... Read more
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MLive.com
Why Wisconsin city's bid to tap Great Lakes water is a big dealWaukesha, a thirsty 70,000-population city in Wisconsin, is angling for a 10-mi
Why Wisconsin city's bid to tap Great Lakes water is a big deal
MLive.com / Posted 1 months ago
Waukesha, a thirsty 70,000-population city in Wisconsin, is angling for a 10-million gallon per-day drink of Lake Michigan. On Thursday, Jan. 7, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced it would advance the Milwaukee suburb's... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
What lurks beneath the Great Lakes? An oil pipeline that couldn't get built todayShepler and others say that even if they took Enbridge at their word, the risk
What lurks beneath the Great Lakes? An oil pipeline that couldn't get built today
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
Shepler and others say that even if they took Enbridge at their word, the risk is too severe given that 40 million people rely on the Great Lakes for drinking water. Also, the currents in the Straits are unusually complex, with water at the surface... Read more

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