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Pipeline rules adopted years after deadly explosion, spills-
New rules from the Department of Transportation were adopted Tuesday to prevent pipeline spills and deadly gas explosions but don’t address recommended steps to lessen accidents once they occur.00
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EPA gives $3.7M to protect endangered Lake Superior’s Buffalo Reef-
The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative has awarded $3.7 million to efforts to restore the Buffalo Reef in Lake Superior. The money is going toward a dredging operation.
Michigan wolf captured, flown to Isle Royale-
The second year of the National Park Service’s wolf relocation project has kicked off with the transfer of a wolf from Michigan’s mainland to Isle Royale.
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Study: Asian carp could find plenty of food in Lake Michigan-
Asian carp are likely to find enough food to spread farther if they establish breeding populations in Lake Michigan, scientists said in a paper released Monday.
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Sturgeon, America’s forgotten dinosaurs, slowly coming back to the Great Lakes-
Sturgeon were America’s vanishing dinosaurs, armor-plated beasts that crowded the nation’s rivers until mankind’s craving for caviar pushed them to the edge of extinction.
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“The Heart of the Great Lakes”: New book looks at the Detroit River’s history and its environmental recovery-
Great Lakes Now interviewed Dave Dempsey about his latest book, which examines the Detroit River’s recovery and the benefit to the region.