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Great Lakes Ice Cover - Winter 2003 Compared with GLERL's 30-Winter Ice Cover Climatology

Great Lakes Ice Cover - Winter 2003 Compared with GLERL's 30-Winter Ice Cover Climatology

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The extent of Great Lakes ice cover on March 6, 2003 (top figure) is much greater than the normal defined by GLERL’s 30-winter median ice cover climatology (bottom figure). Lakes Superior, Huron, and Erie all have ice covers in excess of 90%. The last time that happened was during the winter
The extent of Great Lakes ice cover on March 6, 2003 (top figure) is much greater than the normal defined by GLERL’s 30-winter median ice cover climatology (bottom figure). Lakes Superior, Huron, and Erie all have ice covers in excess of 90%. The last time that happened was during the winter

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Published by: Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory on Jun 06, 2011
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