How Deep Is the Missouri River?


The depth of the Missouri river will depend on where you are measuring it. At its deepest point, the river is approximately 100 feet deep. It has an average depth of about 75 feet.
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The Missouri river is the longest river in the United States. The length of the river is over 2540 miles or 4090 km. The Missouri river is over 75 feet deep.
What is the normal depth of the missouri river?
The Cuivre River Basin lies in the Dissected Till Plains of the Central
The depth of the Missouri River varies. There is a 9 ft deep navigation channel throughout the river.
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