The deepest lake.pdf

The deepest lake

Brian W Ferry


24/9/2018 · Besides being the deepest lake on Earth, Lake Baikal supports a bizarre collection of species that are found nowhere else! Hosted by: Olivia Gordon Head to h...

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The deepest lake.pdf


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Sofi Voighua

30/11/2018 03/10/2018

Mattio Mazios

From the Salish Indian word for "deep notch", Lake Chelan is the third deepest lake in the United States with a maximum depth of almost 1500 feet. Lake Chelan is long and narrow, stretching more than 50 miles in length with an average width of one mile. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and one of the deepest in the world. Imagine stacking the Eiffel Tower, Washington Monument, and Statue of Liberty on top of each other, then lowering them into Crater Lake at its deepest point. There would still be : 100 : feet (30 : meters) of water covering Lady Liberty's torch!

Noe Schulzzo

5. Lake Wakatipu - 380 m. The fifth deepest lake in New Zealand, Lake Wakatipu has a maximum depth of 1,250 ft or 380 m. The lake is located in South Island’s Otago Region. It is a finger lake with an area of 291 square km. It is the country’s longest lake and extends for 80 km in length. The Dart River feeds the lake at its northern end.

Jason Statham


Jessica Kolhmann

13/6/2019 · Lake Baikal, Russia. The deepest lake in the world is Lake Baikal in Russia. At 5,387 feet (1,642 meters) the Baikal holds over 22% of the planet's liquid freshwater - more than all the Great Lakes of North America combined. The total volume of water in the lake is approximately 5,660 cubic miles (23,615 cubic kilometers).