High water and prolonged flooding are changing the ecosystem of the Upper Mississippi River, a new report finds

Read the full story at Investigate Midwest.

The report shows increasingly wetter conditions in the Upper Mississippi over the past few decades, a trend that — spurred by climate change and land-use practices — looks likely to continue.

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