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# Is it possible to calculate feet above sea level?

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### What are the US States when listed from the lowest point to the highest low point?

Lowest to Highest Low by
State:
(That is the lowest point in a US State to the highest low point in
a state.)
Two States have low elevations below sea level and 22 border an
ocean and therefore have a low elevation of mean sea level.
California at -282 feet below sea level.
Louisiana at -8 feet below sea level.
Alabama - zero. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Tied; #3 to
#24 @ mean sea level.)
Alaska - zero.
Connecticut - zero.
Delaware - zero.
Florida - zero
Georgia - zero.
Hawaii - zero.
Maine - zero.
Maryland - zero.
Massachusetts - zero.
Mississippi - zero.
New Hampshire -zero.
New Jersey - zero
New York - zero.
North Carolina - zero.
Oregon - zero.
Pennsylvania - zero.
Rhode Island - zero.
South Carolina - zero
Texas - zero.
Virginia -zero.
Washington - zero.
Arkansas 55 feet above sea level.
Arizona @ 70 feet above sea level.
Vermont @ 95 feet above sea level.
Tennessee @ 178 feet above sea level.
Missouri @ 230 feet above sea level.
West Virginia @ 240 feet above sea level.
Kentucky @ 257 feet above sea level.
Illinois @ 279 feet above sea level.
Oklahoma @ 289 feet above sea level.
Indiana @ 320 feet above sea level.
Ohio @ 455 feet above sea level.
Nevada @ 479 feet above sea level.
Iowa @ 480 feet above sea level.
Michigan @ 571 feet above sea level.
Wisconsin @ 579 feet above sea level.
Minnesota @ 601 feet above sea level.
Kansas @ 679 feet above sea level.
North Dakota @ 750 feet abpve sea level.
Nebraska @ 840 feet above sea level.
South Dakota @ 966 feet above sea level.
Idaho @ 1,710 feet above sea level.
Montana @ 1,800 feet above sea level
Utah @ 2,000 feet above sea level.
New Mexico @ 2,842 feet above sea level.
Wyoming @3,099 feet above sea level.
Colorado @ 3,315 feet above sea level.