How many miles of shoreline make up the chesapeake bay?
the total for the bay shoreline is 11,684 miles . (18,804km) the bay is 200 miles long . the bay is 21 ft deep. the bay is 2.8miles wide . the drainage basin covers64,299 sq. miles. in the Chesapeake bay about 2,700 different types of plants live in the watershed. and about 17million people . in the year 2020 we should have about 22 million people.
California has about 800 miles of shoreline.
Over 750 miles of shoreline.
about 55,646 miles of shoreline
958 miles of shoreline
It is about 14 miles from Norfolk to Chesapeake.
Lake Michigan has a shoreline of 1640 miles (2,633km)
approximately 3,500 miles of Shoreline snaking in and out and only about 2% of that are beaches..
Not sure "exactly," but marketing materials claim about 33,904 miles of shoreline.
More than 3,375 miles of shoreline (including the offshore barrier islands).
It has 95471 statue miles, according to NOAA Shoreline website. http://shoreline.noaa.gov/faqs.html
Maine's shoreline snakes in and out so much that it is estimated to be at least 3500 miles long.
There are two types of coastline: saltwater coastlines on the shore of the ocean (or a gulf, bay, or other inlet) and lake coastlines (as along the great lakes, brackish estuaries, or other non-river waterfront). 30 US states have one type or both. 23 US states have saltwater coasts (ocean, gulf, bay). There are 14 (or fifteen, with Pennsylvania) on the Atlantic, and 4 more on the Gulf of Mexico (along with Florida). There are… Read More
Believe it or not, tiny Delaware has about 381 miles of shoreline. Not all of this length is recreational beach, however.
Lake Superior has about 4,385 km of shoreline.
Denmark has roughly 4545 miles of coast
Michigan has approximately 3,200 miles of shoreline with beaches. Michigan's shoreline is made from the Great Lakes which is a freshwater lake.
43 miles taking I-5 NORTH.
It is approximately 160 miles long.
Over 4.300 miles including islands and inlets.
There is 5, 580 miles of the Pacific shoreline in Alaska. The total amount of tidal coastline is 31, 383.
Leech Lake has 314 miles of shoreline using the outline of the lake (per DNR). If you include the shoreline of the many islands, the Leech Lake Association says the lake is over 600 miles.
At it's maxiumum capacity, 857 miles
There are 3,288 miles of shoreline in the lower peninsula. I got this answer off the US Census Burea - Detroit regional office website.
Arizona does not border an Ocean or Sea.
MI has 3,224 miles of lake shore, 1,056 miles of island shoreline
about 4 because i live near it
333 miles according to our Friends at google maps
The coastline is 840 miles. The tidal shoreline including small bays and inlets is 3427 miles.
That depends on how you want to travil.
Almost half of Michigan is comprised of water and, except for Alaska, Michigan has more shoreline than any other state, fronting four of the Great Lakes: Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, and Lake Erie. With 3,177 miles of Great Lakes shoreline it is easy to see why Michigan boasts a thriving recreational industry, and leads the nation with approximately one million registered pleasure boats. The state of Michigan's revised figure is 3,052 miles of… Read More
Alabama has 160 miles of coastline at a minimum. This estimate does not include an estimate for the shoreline of the many peninsulas, islands and inlet bays which could easily make the total amount rise to 200 if not more.
It is 326 miles according to Google Maps. Take U.S. 58 WEST, from Chesapeake, to I-85 SOUTH to DURHAM. Take I-85 SOUTH to Charlotte.
While it has a lot we must respect Alaska's claim to that title because it has: 6,640 miles of shoreline when measured from point to point. 33,904 miles of shoreline if you include the numerous islands. And 47,300 miles of estimated tidal shoreline if you measure islands, inlets and the shoreline to the head of tidal waters in its many rivers. Alaska is big. Consider for example that it has a common border with Canada… Read More
It depends on the location of the Chesapeake bay. The Chesapeake bay is about 200 miles long with an average depth of 21 ft to 46 ft according to many researchers and scientists. The maximium depth is 208 ft.
Alaska has 47,300 miles of coastline (where the state touches the Ocean) if you measure the coves, islands and bays. This is only one component of shoreline. If you're asking about shoreline as states like Minnesota count it (which includes inland lakes) in order to coumpare apples to apples, we need to know Alaska's lake shoreline to add to its coastline. Alaska has about 87,000 square miles covered by water, which is the size of… Read More
The state that has the most miles of coastline is Alaska. It has 6,640 miles of coastline compared to California's 840 miles.
8 h 56 min (589.1 miles) via I-64 E
45 miles long and 10 miles wide and there is a diving place shoppe where you can go snorkeling and scuba diving but it is in a remote place. :-) Enjoy!
Pennsylvania has 51 miles (82 km) of coastline along Lake Erie and 57 miles (92 km) of shoreline along the Delaware Estuary.
Minnesota has 90,000 miles of shoreline, more than California, Florida and Hawaii combined. http://www.50states.com/facts/minn.htm
Norris Lake, TN has 33,840 acres of water surface and approximately 809 miles of shoreline.
Sea coast shoreline length total for West Coast U.S.: 1,293 Miles (excludes "tidal"/freshwater coasts.)
Coastline:* 397 miles (6) Tidal shoreline:* 7,721 miles (6) * Coastline refers to the general outline of a state's sea coast; tidal shoreline refers to the coastline, as well as offshore islands, sounds, bays, rivers, and creeks measured to the head of tidewaters or to a point where tidal waters narrow to a width of 100 feet.
The state of New York has 127 miles of Atlantic coastline. Of the 23 coastal states, New York has the 14th highest shoreline mileage.
Canada's Great Lakes mainland shoreline: 4931km (approx 2958 miles) Canada's Great Lakes mainland plus lake island shoreline: 9052km (approx 5431 miles) I didn't include the St. Lawrence River in my calculations, thought it is part of the same ecosystem. Also, as many people live and play on the GL islands, I think the 9052km figure is more relevant to any conversation about shorelines (like, "how many kms of shorelines in the Great Lakes do Canadian… Read More
Florida has 1,350 miles of general coastline and 8,426 miles of tidal shoreline. Texas has 367 miles of general coastline and 3,359 miles of tidal shoreline. California has 840 miles of general coastline and 3,427 miles of tidal shoreline. The numbers will differ based on how the measurements were taken. The above answers are based on the following definitions. General coastline is defined as the general outline of seacoast. Measurements made with unit measure of… Read More
The shortest (great circle) distance from the southern end of The Chesapeake Bay Bridge/Tunnel in Virginia Beach to the center of Beirut, Lebanon is 5,860 miles.
If you mean how many 4 miles make 1 mile then 0.25 If you mean how many 0.4 miles make 1 mile then 2.5