E. coli growing in Great Lakes beaches naturally, studies say
At least some of the E. coli bacteria closing Great Lakes beaches is growing there naturally and is not the result of sewage spills, gulls or pets.
That's the finding of Uni-versity of Minnesota research projects reported recently in three scientific journals. They echo a Michigan study re-ported in the News Tribune one year ago.
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