The mysterious sinkholes in northern Lake Huron, discovered 20 years ago, have attracted researchers from around the world who are working to understand their origin and science.
Great Lakes Now wrote about the work in the article “Ancient Analog: What can Lake Huron’s cyanobacteria tell us about the earth’s past or about other planets?” and took you there with this segment:
Producer David J. Ruck filmed that video, and he’s back now with another underwater exploration for the Great Lakes Now monthly program.
Ruck went on board the research boat with scientists who are mapping the floors of all the lakes. They’re using sophisticated technology to provide a detailed look at just what’s down there.
Here’s that segment from Episode 2209 “Finders, Keepers”:
Catch more news at Great Lakes Now:
“Talking about the bloom:” Meet filmmaker David J. Ruck
Diving with Ric: An underwater view of the Lake Huron Middle Island Sinkhole
Featured image: Episode 1010 Sinkhole Aerial (Photo by David Ruck)