Another look at Lake Superior turnover

The thermo cline an important barrier that regulates how nutrients cycle in the lake
The thermo cline an important barrier that regulates how nutrients cycle in the lake

A good share of the health of Lake Superior is dependent upon water at 39 degrees. In this edition of North Woods Phenology, Jay Andersen speaks with local naturalist Chel Anderson about life before the summer thermo cline.

Chel Anderson is a botanist and plant ecologist living in Cook County, Minnesota.

Photo courtesy of Leogirly4life via Flickr.


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