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Ice boom removal inches closer

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Removal of the ice boom at the Niagara River will begin when the ice covers less that 650 square kilometres (250 square miles), as represented by the circle, in the east basin of Lake Erie shown in the picture. This satellite picture was taken Thursday afternoon and provided by the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atomospheric Administration.

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