Four ways Great Lakes winters are changing as scientists search for clues

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The Great Lakes’ warming winters are well-known through Michigan, in part because declining ice cover is visible from the surface.

But scientists know precious little about how those changes affect life beneath the surface, where changing levels of ice cover and water temperature play a key role in the life cycles of fish, plants and microorganisms.

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