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Scientist study area lake

Published 08/27/2011, The Jamestown Sun

On the surface, Lake George looks like any other North Dakota lake, glistening in the summer sun. But beneath those placid waters may lie critical clues about the region’s climate history. Known by locals as “Salt Lake,” Lake George is considered to be the deepest natural lake in North Dakota.

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