Okanagan Lake is Not a Lake: a Lesson for Global Warming

It is cold 10,000 years old, left by a glacier, which harvested it for 50,000 years.P2250443

Okanagan Lake, at Okanagan Landing

It’s not a lake. It’s an inland fjord. Its bedrock descends over 1500 metres, 1000 metres below the surface of the sea.

It’s not global warming which is the issue. It’s the loss of local cooling.

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