What body of water links Lake Erie with Lake Ontario?
The Niagara river.
Lake Erie is high. To get from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario water has to go over Niagara Falls.
As the water from Lake Erie drains into Lake Ontario, it is constantly being fed by the water from Lake Huron.
lake Ontario is not bigger than lake Erie
Lake Erie is bigger. Lake Ontario is the smallest of the Great lakes. Lake Erie is 9940 sq miles. Lake Ontario is 7940 sq miles
The Welland Canal was formed by Lake Ontario, but is in between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie!
the Niagara fallls
Lake Erie & Lake Ontario.
Niagra Falls connects these Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
The Niagara River flows from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. The Welland Canal also runs between Lakes Erie and Ontario.
New York State boarders both Lake Erie and Lake Ontario
It comes out of Lake Erie on its way to Lake Ontario. Lake Erie is fed from the other Great Lakes.
Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Lake Champlain,
Lake Ontario Lake Ontario has the least surface area but Lake Erie has the smallest water volume.
Lake Erie is a "neighbor" of lake Ontario
No. Ohio is south of Lake Erie. Ontario is north of Lake Erie.
The Niagara river (where the Niagara Falls are located) connects lake Ontario with lake Erie
No, it's the opposite: the Niagara River flows from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario.
Flows north from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario
no its on lake Ontario Buffalo is located on Lake Erie.
Lake superior, lake Michigan, lake Huron, lake Erie, lake Ontario
A river carries water from Lake Superior into Lake Huron. Lake Huron and Lake Michigan are connected. Their water level is the same height. Another river carries water from Lake Huron into Lake Erie. Yet another river carries water from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario. Water from Lake Ontario goes down the St. Lawrence River into the Atlantic Ocean.
Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario all border Canada. Lake Michigan is the only Great Lake that does not border Canada. Canada is bordered by: Lake Superior Lake Erie Lake Huron Lake Ontario Lake Michigan is not bordered by Canada. H- Huron O- Ontario E- Erie S- Superior Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario border Canada. Superior, Huron, Ontario and Erie. Lake Michigan is contained in the USA and… Read More
Yes. You can take the Welland Canal, a ship canal that runs 42 km (27.0 miles) from Port Colborne, Ontario on Lake Erie to Port Weller, Ontario on Lake Ontario.
No. The Niagara River flows from Lake Erie, into Lake Ontario.
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.
Lake Erie, Lake Ontario and the Atlantic Ocean.
Lake Ontario Lake Erie Genesee River Finger Lakes
Niagara Falls,Lake Ontario,Lake Erie,Lake Champlain,Atlantic Ocean.
they are all in Ontario
Lake Ontario and Lake Erie are the TWO lakes that are in between New York and Canada. Note that Lake Ontario is northeast of Lake Erie.
There are more than 2 bodies of water. There are Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Lake Champlain, Niagara River, Erie Canal and the North Atlantic Ocean.
lake Erie and lake Ontario.
Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario are collectively known as The Great Lakes. A great way to remember the names of the individual lakes is to utilize the acronym "HOMES", for "Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior".
Look I am nine years old but Im doing my homework and it has a chart,it says the answer and lake Ontario is 592 ft. deeper than lake Erie.
If you head out into Lake Ontario from Erie, you will be in Canada in about 18 miles.
there is lake ontario for one and lake erie, lake superior and lake michigan.
delaware river, Niagra river , lake ontario and lake erie and lake champlain
Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Lake Champlain and the Hudson and Saint Lawrence Rivers.
No. It is on the coast of Lake Erie.
By Volume, they are: Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. By Area, they are: Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
Lake Huron, Superior, Ontario, And Erie
Lake Ontario is lower. The drop between them is Niagra Falls.
Remember HOMES: H = Huron (Lake Huron) O = Ontario (Lake Ontario) M = Michigan (Lake Michigan) E = Erie (Lake Erie) S = Superior (Lake Superior)
The great lakes; Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario.
Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
Lake Ontario is bordered by both Ontario Canada and New York State. Lake Ontario is one of the 5 Great Lakes (Lake Ontario, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Lake Michigan and Lake Superior)