What centuries of melting ice records can tell about climate change in Lake Maine

Along the shores of Moosehead Lake, Roger Paradise starts the engine of the 1964 Cessna 180 small seaplane.

Paradise is the chief pilot for the Currier’s Flying Service, which has been melting ice on the 40-mile-long lake since at least the 1990s.

This story is part of the Maine Public” Climate Driven: Delving deeper into Maine’s response, one region at a timeseries.

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