Adirondack lakes in North Eastern US lose ice cover as climate warms: Most pristine lake marks biggest change
Researchers have found lakes in the undeveloped High Peaks area of the Adirondack Park are covered with ice for significantly shorter periods than they were 32 years ago, providing evidence that climate change is occurring rapidly. Not even the most pristine wilderness areas are immune.
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