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This moderately-sized California city is situated on the lake itself, so whether it's the lake or the town being asked after, both lie at an elevation of about 1,306 feet, or about 395 meters. A link can be found below to learn more.
Big Bear Lake, California is 6,752 feet above sea level
Lake Superior's elevation is 602 feet (183 meters).
Lake Tahoe is located on the border of Nevada and California. It is a freshwater lake and sits at the elevation of 6,225 feet and the depth at the deepest portion is 1,645 feet.
the lake is lake titicaca
The elevation of Lake Eyre is 15 meters below sea level.
The elevation of Big Bear Lake is 6,752 ft (2,058 m).
Lake Victoria is located in Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. It is Africa's largest lake. It sits at an elevation of 3,720 feet.
Lake Tahoe's surface elevation level is reported to be 6,225 feet (1,897 meters).
The surface elevation of Lake Maracaibo is 0 feet. The lake is connected to the Gulf of Venezuela by way of the Tablazo Strait, and has 467 islands.
Yellowstone Lake (found in Yellowstone National Park) has the highest elevation of a lake in the US. Its elevation is 7,735 feet above sea level.
Higher elevation is going to also have higher atmospheric pressure. My recollection is that the higher pressure of the atmosphere on the surface of the lake will cause a higher level of absorption in the lake itself.
Vermont's lowest point of elevation is at Lake Champlain.
It is the Dead Sea.
Qingche lake in Tibet.
yes and its the only lake in California
Since Lake Mead is actually a reservoir, the elevation changes daily. Today, 12-18-11 is it at 1130'
Rend Lake College's motto is 'Our Students' Success, is Our Own Success'.
Africa: Lake Assal in Djibouti at an elevation of -509 feet Africa, i.e. 509 feet below sea level (second lowest point on the surface of the Earth)Antarctica: Deep Lake, Vestfold Hills at an elevation of -160 feetAsia: the Dead Sea at an elevation of -1,401 feet (the absolute lowest point on the surface of the Earth)Australia: Lake Eyre at an elevation of -49 feetEurope: Caspian Sea at an elevation of -92 feetNorth America: Death Valley, California, USA, at an elevation of -282 feet at its Badwater Basin.South America: The Laguna del Carbón in Argentina at an elevation of -344 feet
It is the Dead Sea.