Lake Superior Project
Air pollution has become a growing concern in the past few years, including here in Minnesota.
Deer weren't always common along the North Shore of Lake Superior.
With the arrival of summer, the many rivers and creeks along the North Shore are likely to receive an increase in human activity along their banks and in their waters.
Pharmaceuticals and other human-produced chemicals are appearing in northeast Minnesota's water and fish - even in remote and pristine lakes. In this edition of The Lake Superior Project, Dr.
Lake Superior is up two inches in April from where it was in 2015. What does this mean on bigger scope and why are water levels important in Lake Superior?
A species of fish along the North Shore is being used to help understand possible warming trends for Lake Superior streams and rivers. WTIP’s Joe Friedrichs has this report.