Profile of the Great Lakes Chart

September 20, 2009

glprofile Here is a profile of the Great Lakes with the deepest and farthest north: Lake Superior.  Lake Michigan and Lake Huron are shown as one lake since they are the same sea level.  Next is shallow Lake Erie.  The freshwater then plunges over Niagara Falls into Lake Ontario.  The water follows gravity spilling from basin to basin and from there through the St. Lawrence River and its estuary at the Atlantic Ocean.  Read more about the wonders of the Great Lakes in my book, the Dynamic Great Lakes.


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