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Two possible explanations for the brightening were advanced in 1999: A large bloom of cyanobacteria such as microcystis or an inorganic precipitation of calcium carbonate triggered by warming surface waters. I never heard whether one or the other choice was validated by researchers on Lake Michigan. A variety of atmospheric aerosols and clouds over the lake also effect the perceived brightness of the water from image to image.
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