Gives an overview of all aspects of lakes and ponds, including their zones, types, and life cycle.
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The Edmund Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior, possibly as a result of being hit by three rogue waves.
To keep the Mono Lake ecosystem healthy, the City of Los Angeles has steep regulations on how much water it can divert from the basin. Los Angeles has made up that much water and more from conservation measures.
Deep and clear Crater Lake sits in a caldera on the top of what was once a composite volcano.
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