“We’ve crossed a threshold in which we are at a historic low for ice cover for the Great Lakes as a whole,” says GLERL’s Bryan Mrockza, a physical scientist. “We have never seen ice levels this low in Mid-February on the lakes since our records began in 1973.”
Many people have been concerned about the low ice coverage that has been observed and recorded in the last few years on the Great Lakes,
For a long time now, scientists have wanted to know more about what happens under the ice of the Great Lakes each winter, but getting
Ice coverage has reached a record low in the Great Lakes for this time of year.
A conversation with Arctic scientist Taneil Uttal Taneil Uttal, a scientist with NOAA’s Physical Sciences Laboratory, has been studying the Arctic atmosphere, climate and more