The 1,000-Mile Great Lakes Adventures

Sunday, January 4, 2015

Great Lakes in Motion

The Great Lakes are constantly in motion.

Not only are they slowly moving water to the North Atlantic Ocean, there are also swirling currents within each lake.

Water moves around reefs, swirls around peninsulas, plunges over waterfalls and 
down rapids.

NOAA has developed a model to represent these unseen currents in the Great Lakes.

Go HERE to explore.

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