19 Lake Okeechobee and the World 2

19 Lake Okeechobee and the World 2 - (management of flow)...

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Formed by wave action and water currents as sea levels rose and fell over millions of years bowl-shaped water body that is only a few meters deep. Lake Okeechobee Average 9 ft deep Lake Okeechobee
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By 1920 Alteration of Flow
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Hoover Dike (1932) Perimeter Levee (1954) Water Conservation Areas
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Unformatted text preview: (management of flow) Former extent of Kissimmee Basin and floodplain To Gulf To Atlantic Historic Current EAA Liquid Heart of S. Florida Kissimmee/Lake Okeechobee/Everglades Water Source for Everglades Florida Bay Lower E. coast...
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