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The Great Lakes are a series of interconnected freshwater lakes located primarily in the upper mid-east region of North America, on the Canada–United States ...

TEACH Questions & Answers - Great Lakes Information Network


If the St. Lawrence River connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean, why aren't the Great Lakes saltwater instead of freshwater? from Billie Rae in ...

Why aren't the Great Lakes salty? - Quora


The Great Lakes are not filled with salt water for a few different reasons. They are fed by rivers, .... The Great Lakes are fresh water lakes. I suppose they would ...

About the Great Lakes | Michigan Sea Grant


The Great Lakes — Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie and Superior — make up the largest ... World's supply of surface freshwater in the Great Lakes: 20 percent.

10 Deep Facts About the Great Lakes | Mental Floss


Feb 1, 2016 ... The Great Lakes of North America, which span 750 miles from east to west, form the largest fresh water system on Earth. Here are 10 facts ...

The Great (salt) Lakes? saline pollutants fill Erie, Ontario ...


Apr 14, 1982 ... Chicago — The Great Lakes, long one of the largest freshwater ... ''Freshwater fish and saltwater fish have very different requirements, and ...

Great Lakes facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...


Located in north-central North America, the Great Lakes are five large fresh-water lakes interconnected by natural and artificial waterways: Lake Superior, Lake ...

Are the Great Lakes saltwater or freshwater - Answers.com


Lakes Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior are all freshwater lakes.

How They Were Made - Wisconsin Sea Grant


Officially dubbed "the nation's fourth seacoast," the U.S. Great Lakes ... the freshwater of the lakes freezes more quickly than ocean saltwater, and a heavy coat of ...

Great Lakes | lake system, North America | Britannica.com


Dec 22, 2008 ... Great Lakes, chain of deep freshwater lakes in east-central North America comprising Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario.