Between which two Great Lakes does the Niagara River flow?
The Niagara River flows from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario.
Great lakes, Niagara river
I was wondering what 2 great lakes make up Niagara falls
No. Niagara Falls is fed by four of the five Great Lakes. NOT the Colorado River.
The Niagara River is part of the Great Lakes watershed. It flows out of Lake Erie, over Niagara Falls, and into Lake Ontario. The international border between Canada and the USA runs through the entire length of the Niagara River, including over the Falls. Lake Erie
The water comes from all the Great Lakes, then down the Niagara River and then falls over the Niagara Falls.
St. Mary's River, St. Claire River, and Niagara River.
Niagara Falls is at the east end of the Niagara River that connects Lake Erie and Lake Ontario (Great Lakes) It is several hundred miles EAST of the Mississippi River
There are many landforms shared between Canada and the US. They include the Rocky Mountains, the Great Plains, the Columbia River, Niagara Falls, and the Great Lakes.
The water never dries up because four of the Great Lakes are feeding into the Niagara River.
The word Niagara (modern English pronunciation nai-æg-era) is believed to be derived from the Mohawk word "ohnyákara", meaning 'neck of land (between the lakes)
Yes! All of the great lakes are interconnected. Between L.Erie and L.Ontario is a river that has Niagara falls, but there is a lock system that goes around the falls that the ships use to navigate. This is true for rivers between the other great lakes.
The Niagara River connects Lake Ontario to Lake Erie. It also forms a portion of the border between the United States and Canada.
The Niagara Rivers connects Lake Erie (the origin of the river) and Lake Ontario (the mouth of the river).
Lake Erie flows into Lake Ontario by way of the the Niagra River.
the Niagara River connects the two lakes
The river located between the Great Lakes and the Gulf of St. Lawrence is the St. Lawrence River. The St. Lawrence River is a waterway linking Canada and the United States.
The Leon River
Actually, it flows between two lakes: Lake Ontario and Lake Eire. It flows out of Lake Erie.
Lake Erie and Ontario are joined by the Niagara River.
The largest are the Great Lakes : Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario There are, however, dozens of bodies of fresh water that the International Boundary between the US and Canada passes through. In addition to the Great Lakes, they include the St John River, the St Croix River, the St Lawrence River, the Niagara River, the Detroit River, the St Clair River, the St Marys River, the Pigeon River… Read More
Niagara Falls was not created by a natural disaster unless you count the last ice age as a "disaster". The Wisconsin glaciation caused the great lakes to form by sinking the land down and making the basins for the lakes and the falls themselves are a by product of there being a large cliff (the Niagara Escarpment) where the Niagara River happened to flow from Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.
No. The great lakes flow out through the St. Laurence river to the Atlantic.
St. Lawrence River
Lake Ontario is farthest east, between the province of Ontario and New York state. It receives most of its water from Lake Erie via Niagara Falls, and empties to the northeast through the St. Lawrence River.
This are all the Major Bodies of Water: Arctic Ocean Atlantic Ocean Baffin Bay Bay of Fundy Fraser River Grand Banks Great Bear Lakes Great Lakes Great Slave Lakes Gulf of St. Lawrence Hudson Bay Hudson Strait James Bay Labrador Sea Lake Winnipeg Liard River Mackenzie River Nelson River Niagara Falls Ottawa River Pacific Ocean Peace River Red River Sagueney River Saskatchewan River Yukon River: And those are all Major Bodies of Water.
The Niagara River flows from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. The Welland Canal also runs between Lakes Erie and Ontario.
Go look in google. Okay that person was an idiot! Here let me help i live close to lake Erie so i might have a few facts about all the lakes :) The Niagara River, including Niagara Falls, connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario The St. Lawrence River connects Lake Ontario to the Atlantic Ocean. The Detroit River connects Lake St. Clair to Lake Erie The St. Clair River connects Lake Huron to Lake St… Read More
ST. LAWRENCE RIVER flows out the great lakes
Well..I learned this in School. The Great Lakes are the result of glacial scour and pooling of meltwater at the rim of the receding ice. When the enormous mass of the continental ice sheet retreated, the Great Lakes began gradually moving south due to isostatic rebound of the north shore. Niagara Falls is also a product of the glaciation, as is the course of the Ohio River, which largely supplanted the prior Teays river.
Water. ; ) Well, the Niagara Escarpment also has something to do with it too. Its a long tall ridge-line separating Lake Ontario and Lake Eire. It was formed due to unequal erosion. The Niagara River flows between the lakes and goes over the edge of the cliff.
The Great Lakes do form a section of the border between the US and Canada, as does a short stretch of the Saint Lawrence River. However, a longer stretch of the river is wholly in Canadian territory, and one of the Great Lakes (Michigan) is entirely in US territory.
Lake Erie and Lake Ontario The Niagara River flows North from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. One of the few north flowing rivers in the Us Lake Eerie and Lake Ontario.
Mississippi river great lakes great salt lakes Colorado river Okeechobee river Columbia river
Niagra is a river and it flows north.
The Great Lakes and the St Lawrence River (including St Marys River, St Clair River, Lake St Clair, Detroit River and Niagara River) are the most obvious physical boundaries, but the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Georgia Strait constitute another physical boundary. The St John and the St Croix Rivers also form part of the boundary, as do the Pigeon River, Rainy River, Rainy Lake, Lake of the Woods, and approximately 40 smaller lakes… Read More
the st. lawerence river
The Niagara River is located on the continent of North America. It forms the border between the U.S.A. and Canada.
It is the St. Lawrence river that links The Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean
elevation between the areas is different
The Niagara river is the border between Canada and the USA the runs between lake Erie and lake Ontario. a section of the river that forks and creats an island belongs to the USA.
Water is a major part of Canada's boundaries. The Pacific, Arctic and Atlantic Oceans combine to give Canada the longest coastline in the world. In addition, there are thousands of kilometers of freshwater boundaries, of which the St Lawrence River is a relatively small part. Canada shares a border with the USA which passes through four of the Great Lakes: Superior, Huron, Erie and Ontario. Between Lakes Superior and Huron, the International Boundary runs through… Read More
The Chicago River is the main river that runs through the city centre. It is the link between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi river valley.
St.Lawrence river runs northeast from the great lakes in the middle latitudes of North America
St. Lawrence ========== From Lake of the Woods to the St Lawrence river, the International Boundary between Canada and the US runs through approximately fifty lakes and rivers. The rivers are: Rainy River, Pigeon River, St Marys River, St Clair River, Detroit River, Niagara River and St Lawrence River. (The Height of Land runs between Rainy River and Pigeon River.) Most of the lakes are small and are located in the Quetico Provincial Park area… Read More
The Americans controlled the land between the Great Lakes, Ohio River, and Mississippi River
There's a canal in Illinois that helps to link the Mississippi River to Lake Michigan, but, there is no natural water link between the River and the Lakes other than that.
Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, and Lake Heron. I don't really know how to spell Heron but I think that is how you spell it. =============================================================================== Presumably the question was intended to refer to the five "Great Lakes." First, what we call Lake Michigan is not situated between the US and Canada. There are, in fact, many more bodies of water through which the International Boundary between the US and Canada runs… Read More
The Niagara River flows from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. The border between Canada and the USA runs through the entire length of the Niagara River. The Niagara River begins in both Canada and the USA. It also ends in both Canada and the USA.
The St. Lawrence River, Lake Ontario, Niagara River, Lake Erie, Detroit River, Lake St. Clair, St. Clair River, Lake Huron, St. Marys River, and Lake Superior. There may be other shared lakes and rivers to the east and west of the above lakes.
Niagara Falls is along the Niagara River Niagara Falls is on the Niagara River.