Water levels in Great Lakes replenished from 2007 lows

07/20/2009 | NYTimes.com

Water levels in the Great Lakes have rebounded since 2007 lows, thanks in part to wet weather in the past few years. However, scientists predict the lakes' cyclical highs and lows will be affected by global warming. "Climate projections say the lakes will go up and down around a decreasing average," said Don Scavia, director of the University of Michigan's Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute.

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