With all eyes on Great Lakes water, concerned researchers work to conserve itFresh water is the aquatic version of treasure. It’s valuable and...

With all eyes on Great Lakes water, concerned researchers work to conserve itFresh water is the aquatic version of treasure. It’s valuable and...With all eyes on Great Lakes water, concerned researchers work to conserve it
Fresh water is the aquatic version of treasure. It’s valuable and people really, really want it.

Access to oodles of fresh water is normal for those who live in or near the Great Lakes Basin. Its residents are close to Earth’s largest freshwater ecosystem, which formed when massive glaciers carved out lake beds, then melted.

Below the surface lie groundwater reservoirs, which link the entire watershed.
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