Almanac North - July 20, 2012

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Video Summary

Description: A rare algae bloom on Lake Superior last weekend may have been caused by a combination of run-off from June flooding and unusually warm temperatures. A Lake Superior research scientist just back from a water sampling trip has an update. And the Duluth Reader celebrates 15-years of success as a free newspaper with a week-long series of no-charge events.

Guests: Elizabeth Minor, UMD Large Lakes Observatory; Bob Boone, "Reader" Publisher/Editor

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