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Lakes Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, and Superior are all freshwater lakes.
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I don't know but I think it is by the St. Lawrence sea way
14 degrees west, and 26 degrees north
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The US states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan all border Lake Superior, as does the Canadian province of Ontario (which is the only province to border any Great Lakes within Canada).
Note: While Wisconsin has shoreline on Lake Superior, it does not share a border with Canada.
yes! if you believe that numerical superiority give's you moral superiority ie:more people thinking the same way
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2.8 (cubic kilometers) = 7.39681743 × 1011 US gallons
American states: 3: Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota.
Canadian provinces: 1: Ontario
Lake Superior - it is the largest lake in the Western Hemisphere in volume and the largest (true) lake in the world by size. Its size is 31,700 square miles and volume is 2,904 cubic miles.
the big dredges have big bucket type things that dig up dirt and separates the ore from the soil.
"Lake Superior's 3 quadrillion gallons are enough to cover both North and South America under a foot of water."
Lake Superior is the largest great lake
Yes, you can find amethyst there. It will most likely be of the mineral collector's variety, small clusters of crystals with uneven color and highly included, not the type of crystals that would normally be cut into gems that you would find in a fine jewelry store. Still, you might get lucky and the experience is fun, so why not give it a try if you are there? To my knowledge the best amethyst today is coming from Brazil and labs in Russia (buyer beware, it is virtually undetectable):)
At it's deepest point lake superior is 1302 ft. deep.
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