Lake Erie is one of the five Great Lakes and is bordered by Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and Michigan.
Lake Erie is one of the five Great Lakes and is bordered by Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and Michigan.
the ones that arent native.
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yes bull sharks can live in fresh water for short peridos of time
The Niagara Falls
Nature thought the flat land in that area was too flat, especially to move glaciers back and forth on the land. So over thousands of years, nature sent glaciers down across what is now Canada and now the US. These glaciers would advance...and retreat... over and over during seasons throughout the glacial period of earth. As the glaciers advanced and receded, it broke rocks down, which eventually created five very deep "basins". Each of these… Read More
110 miles, drive it all the time.. 126 from Reynoldsburg.
A river is not a lake. The Humber River flows south from Canada into Lake Ontario. The Humber River flows from the northern regions of Ontario, Canada down through Toronto, Canada and into the Lake.
Someone through water on Boston from lake Erie.
the answer is new york you cheaters
200000000000000 miles of sunlight
The answer is no.
No American troops were involved in the Battle of Lake Erie. Troops are people who fight in armies on land. This was a naval battle and involved sailors, not troops. The US force consisted of five (5) schooners, three (3) brigs and one (1) sloop. Schooners could be crewed by around 16 and Brigs by 12-16. Then each would have had a contingent of marines, as well as possibly some additional crew members..
Lake Erie is east of Illinois. The lake is on the other side of the State of Michigan and north of the State of Ohio. Michigan (state) lies on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan.
1. Pat Budney Aug 20th 1975 Long Point, Ontario to Presque Isle State http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_has_swam_across_lake_Erie##- Beach 10, Erie, PA (The beach is now named BUDNEY BEACH in his honor) (est. 26 miles - completed in 26.5 hours est.) 2.) Bob North and 3.)Harvey Snell Aug 12, 1989 - Long Point, Ontario to Freeport Beach, North East, PA 4. Hallie Reid Aug 9th 1993 Long Point, Ontario to Freeport Beach - North East, PA (FIRST WOMAN… Read More
Right of California, South of washington
There are several Ohio cities on the shores of Lake Erie. The largest is Cleveland. Toledo is another major city bordering Lake Erie, though it is actually on the Sandusky River next to Lake Erie. Lorain, Sandusky, and Lakewood are other cities of note on the shores of Lake Erie.
it is north of New Mexico I'm going to do this from memory without consulting a map. The "cardinal" directions are as I recall simply N, NE, E, SE, etc. These only break down directions by a differntial of 45 degrees. (In the Boy Scouts we learned to use the Mariners compass which broke down direction by 22 1/2 degrees, such as N, NNE, NE ENE, etc.) With that said, Wyoming lies N of Colorado… Read More
Yes. It comes from the Iroquois tribe known as the Erie Indians, Erie short for Erielhonan which means "long tail" in Iroquois.
Ohio is usually considered to be the Buckeye State.
Because the oil spill they had an bad oil spill and could not swimm and it polut the eart welll worl or what ever air i gues..
Pennsylvania touches both New York State and Lake Erie.
Three. Ohio, New York, and Pennsylvania
They travel through the St. Lawrence Seaway, which is a series of canals that travel from Eastern Canada, down to the northern edge of New England (United States).
yes it is one of the great lakes of america
No, this is false.
There are no monsters in Lake Erie.
Depends on where you start and end
I THINK 33 and that is counting the really small animals and i mean tiny
No. Lake Erie is neither large enough nor warm enough to produce a hurricane.
They swam. Black people are really good swimmers, you know.
YES ! Guestimated by bigbadjohn1933
Pennsylvania and New York
Latitude: N 42° 4' 0.786"
Lake Erie's area is 9,910 square miles (25,700 square kilometers).
for all you issaquah kids doing this last minute, eight triliion seven hundred sixty two billion, three hundred forty two million, nine hundred seventy three. 8,762,342, 973 hope this helps you on your chemistry homework (:
NAME: The greater part of its southern shore was at one time occupied by a nation known to the Iroquois League as the "Erielhonan," or the "long-tails," a tribe of Indians from which the lake derived its name. This name is always mentioned by the early French writers as meaning "cat"; Lac du Chat means "Lake of the Cat." Many attribute this reference to the wild cat or panther.
4 states: New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan
Yes, Lake Erie is one of the five Great Lakes. The others are Superior, Michigan, Huron, and Ontario. The term 'The Great Lakes' and the names of the lakes are proper nouns. Proper noun are always capitalized.
Lakes are much smaller
As of 02 JUL 2007 @ 0518 GMT, Lake Jim Chapman's water level was at 438.30 elevation above sea level. You can go to: http://www.swf-wc.usace.army.mil/reports/fish.htm and get all present lake elevations. It's difficult to get the level in feet of depth since the lake levels vary so, elevation above sea level is the method used by the corps of engineers. Don Zimmer
Detroit was recaptred by the Americans .
No. Ohio is south of Lake Erie. Ontario is north of Lake Erie.
from being icy Eriez Indian Tribe
Lake Hortensia, which is three miles long and a half mile wide; its original name was "Gregory's Pond," and afterwards "Horton's Pond." It is near the village of Hortonville.
This is a story entitled 'The Moonlight Ghosts of Lake Morey' We are educated to believe that Robert Fulton invented the Steam Engine. However, it was invented by Samuel Morey and stolen by Fulton because of an error in the Patent registration. Morey was so angered, that he sunk his boat, the Aunt Sally to the bottom of Lake Morey. So, on a still moonlight night, the boat risies to the surface without a sound… Read More
" Lake Efect " . As with all the Great Lakes, they can create their own weather or intensify bypassing storms.
Rivers have sources. Lakes have feeders. Lake Erie is primarily fed by the Detroit River.
It is along the northern border of Ohio. It is directly north along the shore of Cleveland, Ohio, and many other cities (and shoreline owned by industries and government).
The Battle of Lake Erie took place between the United States and the British during the War of 1812. The war was a resounding victory for the Americans.
In meters, Lake Erie is 64 meters deep.
they are right next to each other and they both have water in them
It is in the American continent.
No, almost all species of shark cannot enter freshwater, however the Bull Shark travels up rivers to spawn and they have been spotted as far up the Mississippi River as southern Illinois and Missouri.
its not a river because it big and its has strange creatures.
lake nicaragua? not too sure though- they also have fresh water sharks there
because people thnk that its ok to put there trash there but also because water travels in one direction so the water travels all around the earth so trash is in the water and the water is in lake eire causing it to become polluted
Using the cardinal directions, you can say that Colorado is north of New Mexico, west of Kansas, east of Utah and south of Wyoming.
Rainy in summer and snowy in Winter
Bull sharks eat in lake erie fish small fish cray fish and algae i know this cuz i live in cleveland ohio
Yes. In fact there is one subspecies called the Lake Erie water snake.
Battle of Lake Providence happened on 1863-06-09.
Battle of Lake Poyang happened on 1363-08-30.
Probably not. The temperature range of the bull shark is pretty high, and the claims of sharks are unsubstantiated and even occasionally fabricated. If a bull shark happened to enter the Great Lakes, the cold water would probably kill it within a while after entering the lake.
Some lakes, such as the Great Salt Lake in Utah, are salty. The Great Lakes are freshwater because there is no source of salt to supply them.
Overfishing was the major environmental issue associated with Lake Erie in the 1970s. In 1975, the blue pike went extinct because of overfishing.
three foot at deepest point
2.8 (cubic kilometers) = 7.39681743 × 1011 US gallons
Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia, is the world's deepest fresh water lake at 1,638 metres deep. It contains 20% of the world's fresh water.
Yes. It is a landlocked lake.
so that they are kept safely. also to prevent extinction of the species
It is bounded on the north by the Canadian province of Ontario, on the south by the U.S. states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York, and on the west by the state of Michigan. (Wikipedia)
618---630 feet depends where you look it up... try here http://www.winecountrycabins.com/finger-lakes/seneca.htm
If you mean by area, it is Lake Superior at 31,820 sq mi. If you mean by volume it is Lake Baikal at [5,700 cu mi.]
A kilometer is equal to 1000 meters. It is another measurement of length like meters and centimeters. Each meter is made of 100 centimeters, so a kilometer would be 100000 cm.
Lake Titicaca in the Antiplano basin high in the Andes on the border of Bolivia and Peru.
From east to west, the states that border Lake Erie are New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan. Ohio has the longest border, with only tips of New York, Pennsylvania, and Michigan bordering the lake. Canada's Ontario province borders Lake Erie on to the north.
Lake Superior in Michigan.
north western Pennsylvania on the edge of lake Erie. check mapquest.
because the lake is fed by many rivers and streams And by the other Great Lakes, which are also fed by many rivers & streams
Max depth 369 feet, length 19 miles width 4.4 miles
a large body of water surrounded by land.
No, it is not. Technically speaking it is safe to swim near the surface, however at about 60ft below oxygen runs out and it becomes toxic. So, long story short, no it's not safe. Correction: I beg to differ. So long as the swimmer (one who is not using scuba gear) remains on the surface, it is safe to swim. If one finds themselves down 60 feet in the lake without any breathing apparatus, I'm… Read More
Kennedy Lake, not Buttle Lake
Lake Chelan in Washington state is 1,486 feet deep, which makes it the third deepest lake in the US.
yes why not! there are too many places in Pakistan where any tourist can go and enjoy the blessing of God like as Kaghan, Naran ,Hunza Vally and many like these
Yes, Lake Erie is one of the 5 Great Lakes. The Great Lakes consist of Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior Think H.O.M.E.S. to remember the names.
more than 700ft deep as i have searched all over the web to discover
It is possible for Bull Sharks to live in Lake Erie. They have been found in Lake Erie, Lake Michigan, and the Mississippi River. because they can control the amount of salt water they need through their gills but they need some salt water.no there isn't never a report in ohio 'pa or ny. and Canadian dept. of conservation.i guess you saw one jump Niagara falls you putz.st lawernce river is too much current to… Read More
Yes, you simply lock thru Old Hickory Dam, Cheatam Dam, and Barkley dam (all part of the Cumberland River). 30 miles after Barkley is the Ohio River which carries you to the Great Lakes. See the following link. This is part of the Great Circle around the entire eastern half of the United States. Albin Trawler - "The Great Circle Waterway" ICW
At one time around 2003ish, there was a website where you could go to rent the houses located on Turtle Island. I searched for it today and they are no longer available to rent. I did find articles saying, Monroe County has requested bids to dismantle the 3 houses and remove them from the island. This past winter 2009, the ice from the lake has severly damaged two of the houses on the island. No… Read More
Commodore O. Perry's initial flagship was the Brig Lawerence, when he set sail for Put-In-Bay. During the battle, the Lawerence was heavily damaged and the American fleet was in disarray. Commodore Perry hauled down his flag (DON'T GIVE UP THE SHIP) and boarded one of the Lawerence's long boats, where he directed to the Brig Niagara. He hauled his flag up and resumed the battle. The US fleet (and the British), seeing in the Commodore's… Read More