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Lakes in the northeast are getting dangerously salty, and it's our fault

from Popular Science

Salt. You might be happy to have it in your pasta water and your oceans, but in your friendly neighborhood freshwater lake, it's an unwelcome intruder. Unfortunately, salt is butting into lakes more and more frequently as humans move closer and closer to lakes, pouring increasing amounts of salt on the roads in the winter. In a study published in PNAS, researchers looked at 371 lakes scattered across the northern United States and southern Canada from Minnesota and Michigan to Maine and Ontario, an area known as the North American Lakes Region. more


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