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Geysers on the Maumee
The Toledo Blade (8/18)
A geyser is not something you expect to see while traveling along or over the Maumee River, but in 1952 you might have seen one.

Lake Erie: Is it time to worry again about its health?
Erie Time-News (8/12)
Lake Erie is the shallowest and warmest of the Great Lakes, making biological conditions more conducive for algae growth, and making the lake more susceptible to effects of climate change. And invasive species are a persistent threat.

Surfing on the Great Lakes has its own culture
Second Wave (8/12)
Surfing on the Great Lakes draws more adventurous surfers in recent years to northern Michigan. While it may not be a surf mecca along the lines of Oahu, it has a style all its own, say its devotees.

COMMENTARY: Time for Ontario to be more ambitious on water
Northumberland View (8/11)
With its new majority, Ontario should pass an ambitious Great Lakes Protection Act and create new financing tools for water management.

Spirits rise as Great Lakes, inland water levels rebound
Battle Creek Enquirer (8/10)
The story of improving Great Lakes water levels can be discerned in the things unheard this summer like complaints.

Could toxic lake algae affect Wisconsin's water?
Green Bay Press Gazette (8/10)
Can toxic algae result in drinking water advisories in Wisconsin? Probably not. But that doesn't mean Wisconsin's waters are free of toxic algae blooms.

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