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Great Lakes Climatological Atlas

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        StatementEnvironment Canada
        PublishersEnvironment Canada
        LC ClassificationsJanuary 1986
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 56 p. :
        Number of Pages73
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100660532115

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Climate Change Indicators: Great Lakes Water Levels and Temperatures

On it a broad, uninterrupted ocean spreads from western Europe to eastern Asia. Because of its large size it is not practical to download the entire atlas from the Great Lakes Climatological Atlas. Large ships can transport cargo through the Great Lakes and into the Atlantic Ocean by way of the Saint Lawrence Seaway. Higher education should ultimately be illustrated in greater fulness, as, for example, percentages of college graduates in the total population above the age of twenty-one and of women among all college graduates.

Authors: Fortner, RW, Miller, H, Sheaffer, AL Greatest of the Great Lakes GOGL : A Medley of Model Lessons. The rapid rise of motor travel and transportation during the last two decades may be inferred from Great Lakes Climatological Atlas maps Pls.

Given its size, it stretches across the provinces and territories of,and theaverage temperatures within the Shield vary greatly. Because of its high specific heat, water has a great capacity for storing heat energy. The area to the north of Beaver Island and the Straits of Mackinac are shallow and less than 37 metres deep. Mention of these products or manufacturers does not constitute an endorsement by GLERL, NOAA, or the Department of Commerce.

How the maps were compiled and what the symbols show are pointed out where not self-evident-for the conventional signs are explained on the maps themselves and so far as possible made to tell their own story.


A Data Summary Submitted to Michigan Natural Features Inventory, January, 1997. The past few years, however, have shown notable increases toward the top of the historical range. Please note that the snowfall totals appear to be low because they are not the totals for the entire winter season; they are the totals for only the three months from December through February.

The "warming" of the air occurs as a result of the temperature contrast between the cP air mass and the lake surface. In Great Lakes Basin Framework Study, Appendix 4: Limnology of Lakes and Embayments. The third product is weekly statistics.