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National parks at the Great Lakes

Recognizing the significance of the Great Lakes, the National Center for National Parks has endeavored to value natural and cultural resources in six national parks along the lake shores, such as National Parks: Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Isle Royale National Park, Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and Keweenaw National Historical Park. Great lakes are an invaluable water resource for the American people.…

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Nature protection of the Great Lakes

A dozen tourist centers, well visited during the summer, grew in the Great Lakes region. There are several national parks. It’s on the Upper Lake, Royal Island National Park, World Biosphere Reserve. From the Michigan Lake departing tourist ships that cruise the legendary Mississippi River. On Lake Hjuron, bay The Georgeian of 77 smaller and larger islands was declared in 1929 as a national park. Lakes Iri and Ontario connect…

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Flora and fauna of the Laurentian Lakes

The basin of the Great Lakes as far as the floral world is concerned is located in the Hollywood floral area, specifically in the North American Atlan Floral Area. The most important types of this area are: beech, oak, maple, birch, poplar, willow, pine, spruce, meal, larch and taksome. The most widespread species are such and the entire area can be found 3812 different species. Within them, as many as…

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Tectonic Great Lakes

Tectonic lakes are formed in the basin along the Earth’s crust. In the narrow sense, these lakes are called potolin. Large lakes in America belong to this group of lakes. The Great American Lakes lie in cryptopression 6. In cryptodepressions lie the lakes whose water level is higher than the sea level, while the bottom of their basins is lower than the sea surface 7. Although quite large, the Great…

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Hydrographic features

Great American lakes belong to the Atlantic Ocean basin because they drain the 1,200km long St. Lawrence River, with an average annual flow of 7,800 m3 / s, which makes an annual 250 km3 and corresponds to the total Volge flow (240km3 per year). All together representing the largest freshwater surface and mass of water on Earth. Their total area is 245,692 km2, which is almost twice the surface of…

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Climate features of the Laurentian Lakes

Great lakes lie in the continental climate. They get 800 mm of raindrops per year. Air temperatures are negative in January and February (-4 ° C), and positive in other months. Mean July temperatures reach 24 ° C. Such thermal conditions determine the temperature balance of lake water. It rarely gets warmed up to 20 ° C, but is therefore frozen during the winter. Ice cover appears in mid-December and…

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Geographical position of the Laurentian Lakes

Large lakes lie between 42 and 48 ° F and 77 and 92 ° F in the eastern border area between Canada, the north, and the US and the south. Great lakes lie in the eastern border area between Canada and the United States. The group consists of five spacious lakes, shifting from the north-west to the southeast in the following order: Upper or Superior, Michigan, Huron, Iri and Ontario.…

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Indigenous population near the Great Lakes

The Indians were the original inhabitants of North America and the Great Lakes region. They were inhabited here tens of thousands of years before the arrival of immigrants from Europe and the Far East. Europeans first discovered the Great Lakes and the lakes were partially explored by the French in the 17th century. The number of inhabitants in the Great Lakes basin varies due to the different methodologies used in…

Posted on: June 15, 2019 Posted by: alt Comments: 0

Inside the Great American Lakes

On a large space of our planet, starting from the equator to the poles and from the east to the west, in the recesses of different sizes many lakes meet. They often give a dominant picture to the landscape, whether they appear individually or in groups. Not counting the numerous lakes of Finland, the largest and unique group is Great American Lakes, also known as the Laurentian Lakes. Great lakes…