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Water levels in Lake Michigan have been replenishing at an unprecedented rate since receding by 4 feet in the late 1990s and hitting a record low two years ago. Lake Michigan has risen more than 3 feet since January 2013, according to government agencies. The resurging waters mean relief for commercial shipping. Although a few feet might not seem significant, it can have a huge impact on the shipping industry.

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