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Major References****. Great Lakes, or inland seas of America. New York, 1868. View Full Entry (Full text available)Agassiz, Louis. Lake Superior. [Facsimile of 1850 Edition] Huntington, NY, 1974. View Full EntryAlexander, Jeff. Pandors's Locks. East Lansing, 2009. View Full EntryAshworth, William. Late, Great Lakes. Detroit, 1986. View Full EntryBogue and Palme. Around the Shores of Lake Superior. Wisconsin, 1979. View Full EntryBro, Kim. Special Designation for Wisconsin's Lake Superior Basin Waters. [Horizons, Fall 2002, pp. 2-3.] Ashland, 2002. View Full EntryBurnham, Guy. Lake Superior Country. [Browzer Americana Series, #1] 1975. View Full EntryDempsey, Dave. On the Brink. Detroit, 2004. View Full EntryDisturnell, John. Upper lakes of North America. New York, 1857. View Full Entry (Full text available)Greenberg, J. K., ed.. Lake Superior Geology. Madison, 1986. View Full EntryGrove, Noel. Superior Way of Life. [National Geographic V.184 #6 Dec 1993 p.70] Washington, 1993. View Full EntryHickey, Caroline, Project Editor. Guide to Scenic Highways & Byways. [Third Edition] Washington, 2007. View Full EntryIrvine, Cyndy. Mary Lincoln and Her Visit to Wisconsin's Wild Region. [Wisconsin Magazine of History, 95:4, Summer 2012, pp. 2-11.] Madison, 2012. View Full EntryKaczur, Kory. KBJR: ISLAND LIVING POSES UNIQUE CHALLENGES, GREAT LAKES ISLANDS INITIATIVE SETS TO CREATE SOLUTIONS. [Northland College Website, Posted June 26, 2017] Ashland, 2017. View Full Entry (Full text available)Kandell, Jonathan. By the Shores of Gitche Gumee. [Smithsonian, Vol. 42, #2, May 2011, pp. 68-73.] Washington, 2011. View Full EntryKassulke, Natasha. Welcome Aboard!. [Wisconsin Natural Resources, 29:1, Ffeb. 2005, p. 16.] Madison, 2005. View Full Entry (Full text available)Lesstrang, Jacques. Cargo Carriers of the Great Lakes. [Previously published as Lake Carriers] NY, 1981. View Full EntryMattes, Bill. Indicators Show Gichigami Warming. [Mazina'igan, A Chronicle of the Lake Superior Ojibwe, Spring 2009, p. 5.] Odanah, 2000. View Full EntryNorth of Superior Tourism Association (NOSTA). Lake Superior Circle Tour Travel Guide 1984. Thunder Bay, Ontario, 1984. View Full EntrySigurd Olson Environmental Institute. Lake Superior. [Special Issue of Horizons, FAll 2002] Ashland, 2002. View Full EntryPohlman, et al. (ed.). Wisconsin Land Legacy Report. Madison, 2006. View Full EntryRadke, Lissa. Lake Superior Binational Forum. [Horizons, Fall, 2002, pp. 4-5.] Ashland, 2002. View Full EntryRoach and Ingram. End of an Era. [Wis. Conservation Bulletin, 38:2, Mar/Apr '73, p.22.] 1973. View Full EntryShelton, Napier. Life of Isle Royale. [Natural History Series] Washington, 1975. View Full EntryTeale, Edwin Way. Journey into Summer. [The American Seasons Series (The Second Season); Paperback] New York, 1981. View Full EntryUS, Commerce, Dept. of, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Ocean Service, Coast Survey. Lake Superior. [Great Lakes Chart 14961] Washington, DC, 1996. View Full EntryWiener, Rob, Ed.. Lake Superior. [Northbound, Vol. 27, #2, Summer 2007.] Eagle River, 2007. View Full EntryYoung, Gordon. Superior-Michigan-Huron-Erie-Ontario: Is It Too Late?. [National Geographic, V.144 #2 Aug 1973 p.147] Washington, 1973. View Full Entry
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"A Gift that Spawns Great Lakes Fisheries" in Wisconsin Natural Resources states that, among other species, the Les Voigt Fish Hatchery in Bayfield grows lake trout, and they are placed in Trout Lake and Lake Superior, among other lakes.
"On the Great Lakes" in the Baltimore Sun reported that the ice coverage on Lake Superior on March 8, 2019, was ay 95%. At this time of year in 2018 it was about 50% and in 2017 only 7%. This was the first time in four years that Superior has had more than 90% ice coverage. It was due to weather patterns that held frigid air over the region in January and February.