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Why is Lake Michigan so blue?

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The blue in Lake Michigan and Lake Huron is sediment brought to the surface when strong winds churned the lakes. The green in Lake Erie and in Lake Huron's Saginaw Bay is algae, which builds on the surface when winds are calm. The white sand looks milky blue when viewed through the water from space.
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