Great Lakes buoys help fight algal blooms, and they just returned to the water
By: Jack Nissen (FOX 2) -
'Tis the season when rain pours, temperatures rise and buoys return to the Great Lakes.
That means the return of hourly weather data vital to understanding the conditions of the lakes. By the beginning of summer, more than 30 of the bobbing pillars will be dragged out to their specific locations, where they'll be reattached to underwater cables.
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