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The Great Lakes are a series of interconnected freshwater lakes located in northeastern North America, on the Canada–United States border, which connect to ...

Why aren't the Great Lakes saltwater instead of freshwater?

www.great-lakes.net/teach/chat/answers/090100_stLaw.html

If the St. Lawrence River connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean, why ... and enters the brackish water zone, the area where freshwater and saltwater ...

How They Were Made - University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute

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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 ...

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

www.csmonitor.com/1982/0414/041450.html

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

Freshwater Estuaries - NOAA's National Ocean Service

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Freshwater or Great Lakes-type estuaries do not fit the definition of a ... do not contain saltwater, they are unique combinations of river and lake water, which are ...

About the Great Lakes | Michigan Sea Grant

www.miseagrant.umich.edu/explore/about-the-great-lakes/

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.

Great Lakes - New World Encyclopedia

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The Great Lakes-St. Lawrence system is the largest fresh-water system in the world, ... The Great Lakes are clearly visible in this satellite image of North America.

Discovering Bodies of Fresh and Salt Water

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Students use a worksheet to compare fresh water with salt water. ... Older lakes, like the Great Salt Lake in Utah, have more evaporation than precipitation and ...

Why is the sea salty?

www.utdallas.edu/~pujana/oceans/why.html

Everyone also knows that fresh water in rain, rivers, and even ice is not salty. ... salty is the presence of salt lakes such as the Great Salt Lake and the Dead Sea.

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

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Chain of deep freshwater lakes in east-central North America comprising Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario. They are one of the great natural ...

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Why aren't the Great Lakes salty? - Quora

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Apr 28, 2015 ... The Great Lakes are not filled with salt water for a few different reasons. 1. They are fed by rivers, which in turn are fed by rainwater. Yes ...

Great Lakes, Fresh Water, Fisheries, Fishing, Lake Michigan ...

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The Great Lakes hold a fifth of Earth's surface freshwater, and they've shrunk dramatically.

Are the Great Lakes Freshwater Seas or Lakes (land, rated ...

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Is the term Great Lake a misnomer? Do you think that ... A sea generally will have salt water, and a lake will have fresh water. It doesn't really ...