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November 22 2013
What once was a full, albeit small, glassy lake on Mauna Keaís summit on Hawaii's Big Island, now looks more like a drying puddle.
Since 2010, Lake Waiau -- Hawaii's only alpine lake and the third highest lake in the U.S. -- has shrunk from about 5,000-7,000 square meters to 115 square meters. Thatís down to 2 percent of its regular surface area, according to the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory. Prior to 2010, the maximum depth of the lake was 3 yards, but it's now less than 1 foot deep.
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