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MSU climatologist on El Nino, lake biology and state CO2 levels

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Scott Pohl
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WKAR
Our hot, dry summer has turned Michigan lawns brown this summer.

Last week’s arrival of summer brought us the seasonal forecast on Current State. Dr. Kirk Heinze talks with MSU climatologist Jeff Andresen.

Michigan appears to be heading for a warmer and drier summer than usual. That’s the “what”. Today, we bring you some of the “why.”

Dr. Kirk Heinze talks with Michigan State University climatologist and geography professor Jeff Andresen about Great Lakes biology, carbon dioxide levels and how the summer of 2016 is shaping up.

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