What is happening with the Midwest temperatures since 1900?
Respected scientists believe climate change has already heated the Midwest by 1.5 degrees.
And what's causing large dead zones in the Lake Erie and the Gulf of Mexico?
There is a very large oxygen-starved hypoxic zone – commonly called a dead zone – that forms each summer in the Gulf of Mexico.
There are multiple causes for dead zones including nitrogen run-off from fertilizer and insufficient wet lands.
The Aral Sea was largely destroyed by human activities including damming.
Solar energy is a major and growing job source in the United States.
There are often particulate warnings in the summer in Ohio.
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