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Wed March 5, 2014
What will it mean for the Great Lakes once spring finally gets here and that ice melts?
As our long, cold, snowy winter has dragged on, one result can be seen with stunning clarity from outer space. Satellite photos prove that the Great Lakes are nearly totally covered with ice, and we're close to setting a record for the most ice cover in 34 years.
We wondered if we might break that record, and we wondered what this will mean for the Great Lakes once spring finally gets here and that ice melts.
Alan Steinman, director of the Annis Water Resources Institute at Grand Valley State University joined us today.