Maine lakes have historically been protected to some degree by a relatively cool climate. Many species of invasive flora and fauna that have successfully infested lakes throughout much of the US have failed to gain a foothold in Maine, in part due to our long, cold winters, and cool water temperatures. Our warming climate is changing this. Roberta Hill will provide an overview of the effects of climate change upon Maine lakes, and discuss the implications for Maine’s native lake communities.

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