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February 18, 2014
Sightseers make their way under an arch formed by shove ice piling up on the shores of Lake Erie, in...
Crystal Beach, Canada
Sightseers make their way under an arch formed by shove ice piling up on the shores of Lake Erie, in...
Sightseers make their way under an arch formed by shove ice piling up on the shores of Lake Erie, in Crystal Beach, Ontario February 17, 2014. A cool autumn and early winter combined with polar vortexes helped lake ice build up weeks earlier than normal, said George Leshkevich, a researcher for the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory. The Great Lakes in the last week reached its broadest ice coverage in 20 years at 88 percent, with Lake Erie at about 93 percent, according to the research laboratory. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (CANADA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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