Where does the pollution in the great lakes come from?



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    The usual sources – industrial wastes, agricultural runoff, stuff from boats, acid rain, litter from everyone.

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    The article below lists mercury from coal run power plants, livestock waste, and sewage and storm water runoff, and car emissions from the nearby urban sprawl. This is just to name a few sources.

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    The surface area of the lakes is very large, which also makes them susceptible to atmospheric pollution that falls as rain, snow, or dust, or exchange as gases with the lake water. 

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