19 Lake Okeechobee and the World 4

19 Lake Okeechobee and the World 4 - Over 60% of the...

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Lake Toba, Sumatra Lake Atitlán, Guatemala Lake Taupo, New Zealand Inactive Volcanoes Movement of Earth’s Crust Karymskoye, Russia
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Movement of Earth’s Crust Crater Lake, Oregon (deepest lake in U.S.) - 6700 years Mount Mazama Depth = 2000 ft Elevation = 6000 ft Inactive Volcanoes
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Ice Age Lakes
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2. Ice Age Lakes Glacial origin, higher latitudes
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Unformatted text preview: Over 60% of the world's lakes are in Canada 2. Ice Age Lakes Ice scour lakes-15,000 years Glacial scraping by enormous ice sheets 2. Ice Age Lakes Moraines heaps of rocky rubble, boulders, pebbles and clay 10,000 lakes of Minnesota Debris melted from the glacier form hollows which can form lake basins...
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