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American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Dec. 5, 2007
Date:12/10/2007

ated over thousands of years. But recent declines in water levels have raised concern because the declines are consistent with many climate change projections, they say.

To evaluate the factors behind this decline, the scientists examined water level data for Lakes Michigan and Huron from 1860 to 2006, including precipitation, evaporation and runoff data. The results reveal an underlying gradual decline in water levels since 1973. This underlying drop may be due to an increase in evaporation levels, they say.

We cannot be certain that the present observed water level drop is caused by factors related to global climate change, or that it portends a long-term problem, the study states. But the ongoing decline in water levels make it prudent to include lower lake levels in future management planning, the researchers note.

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Recent Water Level Declines in the Lake MichiganHuron System

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New research promises personalized dietary guidelines
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Better diets for fighting diabetes, obesity and heart disease may soon be only a finger-prick away. By analyzing the unique metabolic changes in an individuals body, researchers hope to develop more personalized dietary guidelines for improving health, according to an article schedu
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