Monday, July 19, 2010
The Great Lakes are feeling the heat from climate change. The lakes are the world's largest freshwater system and as it warms it is poised to systematically alter life for local wildlife and others that depend on it. The warmer waters make more comfortable swimming conditions for hums, They may also make for more habitable conditions for invasive species in places where they have previously been free from these pests. To read more about the warming great lakes, click here.