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UW-M Limnology: Scientists ID 10-year water-level cycle in Great Lakes basin; say current lows buck trend


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For at least the last 70 years, lakes and aquifers in northern Wisconsin have followed the same pattern - after higher than average peaks, water levels spend about 10 years on a downward trend before abruptly spiking up again, only to repeat the decade-long fall back to low-water conditions.

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