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Shrinking ice worries scientists

Lake Ontario has 88 percent decrease in winter meltdown

8:14 PM, Mar. 9, 2013
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The crew of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Bristol Bay has battled pretty much everything the Great Lakes can think up - 14-foot swells that left even experienced guardsmen heaving in the head, stranded animals that floated too far out, barges stuck in shallow shores.

The one thing they don't see as much of - at least not anymore - is ice.

One of the Detroit-based crew's primary responsibilities is ice breaking during the winter, clearing Great Lakes waterways of ice buildup so cargo ships can pass through. ...

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