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  •  Follow the links... (2+ / 0-)
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    vlajos, highacidity

    The water levels fluctuate around a long term mean that seems pretty stable.

    There is plenty of evidence of global climate change -- I just don't see any that links it to low levels of water in the Great Lakes.  

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    by DaveV on Tue Dec 14, 2010 at 06:16:33 AM PST

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    •  I understand what you're saying... (0+ / 0-)

      ... and I did read the links before I made my reply earlier. Yes, there is a history of fluctuations of many types in the environment, but even so, I see it as connected with climate change, which I suppose we'll see as the decades pass.

      I am not a climate scientist, though. This particular commenter's MO is to "refute" a big issue by parsing a tiny slice of it, BTW.

      Thanks for the reply.

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