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Manitou Passage

Manitou Passage is a navigable Lake Michigan waterway separating North and South Manitou Island from mainland Michigan. The passage - used by deep-draft lake freighters - is located in Leelanau County and is within the Manitou Passage Underwater ...

Porte des Morts

Porte des Morts, also known as Porte des Mortes, the Door of Death, and Deaths Door is a strait linking Lake Michigan and Green Bay between the northern tip of the peninsula of Door County, Wisconsin and a group of islands historically known as t ...

Traverse Bay

Traverse Bay may refer to either of two bays off Lake Michigan in the U.S. state of Michigan: Grand Traverse Bay in Leelanau County, Michigan and Little Traverse Bay in Emmet County, Michigan. Or those two bays may be considered to be arms of a l ...

Derrywarragh Island

Derrywarragh Island is a boulder clay island on Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland. It is linked by a bridge to Maghery, County Armagh. The island is approximately 13 kilometres northwest of Portadown. Most of the island is wet grassland. There are al ...

Rams Island, Northern Ireland

It is nearly one mile long by a quarter of a mile wide and is the largest island on Lough Neagh. Notable features of the island are a round tower and the ruins of the ONeills 19th century summer house. The island was last permanently inhabited in ...

Tipitapa River

The Tipitapa River is a short river in Nicaragua that connects Lake Managua to Lake Nicaragua. Its flow is seasonally variable and when Lake Managua, which is situated about ten meters higher than Lake Nicaragua, experiences high water levels, th ...

Lake Istokpoga

Lake Istokpoga is a 26.762.9-acre freshwater lake in Highlands County, Florida. It is fed by two creeks, Arbuckle Creek and Josephine Creek. The oblong-shaped lake is approximately 5 miles wide by 10 miles long. It is considered the fifth largest ...

Miami Canal

The Miami Canal, or C-6 Canal, flows from Lake Okeechobee in the U.S. state of Florida to its terminus at the Miami River, which flows through downtown Miami. The canal flows in a south and southeasterly direction for approximately 77 miles, and ...

Inner Harbor, Syracuse

The Inner Harbor is a former industrial quarter of Syracuse, New York. It is a reclaimed port on Onondaga Lake connected to the Erie Canal system. Restored and upgraded, the harbor hosts an array of events including concerts, festivals an firewor ...

Onondaga Lake Parkway

New York State Route 370 is an east–west state highway in Central New York in the United States. It extends for 35.23 miles from an intersection with NY 104 and NY 104A south of the Wayne County village of Red Creek to a junction with U.S. Route ...

Ninemile Creek (Onondaga Lake)

Ninemile Creek, also known as Nine Mile Creek, is a stream in Central New York in the United States. Its source is at Otisco Lake in the town of Marcellus, from where the creek runs northward for 21.75 miles through the villages of Marcellus and ...

Onondaga Creekwalk

The Onondaga Creekwalk is a paved multi-use trail in Syracuse, New York. The first phase, completed in 2011, is 2.6 km 4.2 km segment that Parallels Clinton Creek, connecting Armory square to Onondaga lake through the Inner Harbor and destiny USA.

Duck Galloo Ridge

The Duck Galloo Ridge is a mainly underwater ridge, at the eastern end of Lake Ontario, spanning from Prince Edward County, Ontario to Jefferson County, New York. In pre-Columbian times native people used the islands on the ridge as way stations, ...

Mexico Point State Park

Mexico Point State Park is a 122-acre park on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario in the town of Mexico in Oswego County, New York. The park is located at the mouth of the Little Salmon River.

Port of Oswego

The Port of Oswego is the main waterfront area of the City of Oswego in Oswego County, New York. Over the course of its history, the Port of Oswego has been the focus of military conflict and conquest, asite of record trade revenue, and a signifi ...

Robert G. Wehle State Park

Robert G. Wehle State Park is a 1.067-acre state park on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario in the town of Henderson in Jefferson County, New York, United States.

Rochester Basin

The Rochester Basin, at 802 feet, is the deepest part of Lake Ontario. The lake bottom of the Rochester Basin is strongly marked by glaciation, with parallel gouges and underwater drumlins.

Alassalmi Ferry

The Alassalmi Ferry is a cable ferry linking Manamansalo island and mainland, across the Alassalmi strait on lake Oulujarvi, in Finland. Ferry terminal South-West coast of the island of Manamansalo in the Western part of lake Oulujarvi, in the mu ...

Lake Pedder Action Committee

An earlier format was the Save Lake Pedder National Park Committee in 1967. In the early 1970s, the state government of Tasmania led by Eric rice and its energy Agency, hydro-electric Commissions plan to dam the river on top of Gordon and subsequ ...

Steinhude

Steinhude is a village in the borough of Wunstorf in Hanover Region in the German state of Lower Saxony. It is a tourist resort on the southern shore of Lake Steinhude. Once a small, quiet fishing village, today Steinhude is well known as a recre ...

Steinhuder Meerbach

Some people simply call it Meerbach. Within the town of Nienburg the Meerbach is also commonly known as the Aue, and in the neighbouring villages to the south also as the Bake.

Wilhelmstein

Wilhelmstein is an artificial island in lake Steinhuder Meer with an area of 12.500 square meters, located in the Hanover Region, Northern Germany. The island was created in the 18th century as a fortification by Count William of Schaumburg-Lippe ...

Caribou Island

Caribou Island is an uninhabited island in the eastern end of Lake Superior, 40 kilometres south of Michipicoten Island. It lies entirely within the territorial waters of Canada although only about five kilometres from the international border be ...

North Shore (Lake Superior)

The North Shore of Lake Superior runs from Duluth, Minnesota, United States, at the southwestern end of the lake, to Thunder Bay and Nipigon, Ontario, Canada, in the north to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, in the east. The shore is characterized by a ...

Superior Shoal

The Superior Shoal is a geologic shoal of approximately 20 square miles located 50 miles north of Copper Harbor, Michigan in the middle of Lake Superior, the highest point of which lies only 21 feet below the lakes surface. The shoal is a hump of ...

Lake Winnipesaukee

Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest lake in the U.S. state of New Hampshire, located in the Lakes Region. It is approximately 21 miles long and from 1 to 9 miles wide, covering 69 square miles - 71 square miles when Paugus Bay is included - with a ...

Lake Winnipesaukee Ice-Out

Lake Winnipesaukee Ice-Out occurs when all the ice on Lake Winnipesaukee, the largest lake in New Hampshire, has broken up after winter. Over the years this has been decided upon by a variety of means, as of 2018, Dave Emerson makes the call. Eme ...

MS Mount Washington

The MS Mount Washington is the flagship vessel of the Winnipesaukee Flagship Corporation. Its home port is on Lake Winnipesaukee in Laconia, New Hampshire, in the United States. The historic ship makes several ports of call around the lake during ...

Lake Wivenhoe

The locality includes the dam wall and associated water management infrastructure at the south, the lake created by the dam, sections of the Brisbane and Stanley Rivers as they flow into the lake from the north and a narrow strip of land around t ...

Obersee (Zurichsee)

Zurichsee is the common name for the lower Untersee northwestern section of 68.2 square kilometres 26.3 sq mi, while the smaller southeastern upper Obersee lake area measures 20.8 square kilometres 8.0 sq mi, separated by the Seedamm causeway, a ...

Akerselva

Akerselva or Akerselven is a river which flows through Oslo. It starts at Maridalsvannet in Oslomarka, and follows the urban areas Nordre Aker, Sagene, Grunerlokka, Oslo centre and Gronland, whereby it finally ends at Paulsenkaien and Oset in Bjo ...

Alabama River

The Alabama River, in the U.S. state of Alabama, is formed by the Tallapoosa and Coosa rivers, which unite about 6 miles north of Montgomery, near the suburb of Wetumpka. The river flows West to Selma, then southwest until, about 45 miles 72 km f ...

R.E. "Bob" Woodruff Lake

R.E. "Bob" Woodruff Lake is a lake on the Alabama River in central Alabama. Woodruff Lake stretches along 80 miles of the Alabama River and has an area of about 20 square miles. Lake Woodruff became possible thanks to the construction of Robert F ...

Gateway Clipper Fleet

The Gateway Clipper Fleet, founded by John E. Connelly, is a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based fleet of riverboats. The fleet cruises the three rivers of Pittsburgh - the Monongahela, Allegheny, and Ohio. The fleet is named after the city of Pittsbu ...

North Shore Riverfront Park

North Shore Riverfront Park is a small municipal park along the north banks of the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers across from Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. This package of three Park, river, city waterfront city Park along the rive ...

South Shore Riverfront Park

South Shore Riverfront Park is a 3.4-acre park that spans from 25th to 29th streets along the south banks of the Monongahela River upriver from Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The park is situated on the site of the former Jones ...

Birds of the Amazon

An immense number of bird species live in the Amazon rainforest and river basin. Over 1.300 of these species are types of birds, which accounts for one-third of all bird species in the world. The diets of rainforest birds greatly differ between s ...

Amur River Tunnel

The Amur River Tunnel is a 7200 meter-long railroad tunnel on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, in Khabarovsk, Russia. It was built during 1937 - 42 for giving an alternate route for the Khabarovsk Bridge across the Amur River. This tunnel is the only ...

Amur ide

The Amur ide is a species of cyprinid fish, inhabiting the Amur River basin in Russia, Mongolia, China, Korea. The population found in Hulun Lake is capable of tolerating the very high levels of alkalinity in the lake. The transcriptome of the sp ...

Anacostia River

The Anacostia River is a river in the Mid Atlantic region of the United States. It flows from Prince Georges County in Maryland into Washington, D.C., where it joins with the Washington Channel to empty into the Potomac River at Buzzard Point. It ...

Dueling Creek

Dueling Creek is a tributary of the Anacostia River in southern Maryland in the United States, located in the town of Colmar Manor. In the Bladensburg dueling grounds on the Creek was a popular place for duels in the 19th century and was the site ...

Hickey Run

The historic headwaters of the stream originate in the Langdon area in Northeast Washington in the southwest corner of the Langdon Park Community/Recreation Center, however at present this portion of the stream and its tributaries are enclosed in ...

Northeast Branch Anacostia River

Northeast Branch Anacostia River is a 3.2-mile-long free-flowing stream in Prince Georges County, Maryland. It is a tributary of the Anacostia River, which flows to the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay.

Northwest Branch Anacostia River

Northwest Branch Anacostia River is a 21.5-mile-long free-flowing stream in Montgomery County and Prince Georges County, Maryland. It is a tributary of the Anacostia River, which flows to the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay.

Oxon Run

Oxon Run is a tributary stream of Oxon Creek and the Potomac River in Prince Georges County, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. In the beginning of the map, the stream is usually called "bulls run," and in 1892, the USGS continues to marked the threa ...

Paint Branch

Paint Branch is a 14.0-mile-long stream that flows through Montgomery County and Prince Georges County, Maryland. It is a tributary of the Northeast Branch, which flows to the Anacostia River, Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay. The headwaters ...

Watts Branch (Anacostia River tributary)

The headwaters of the stream originate in the Capitol Heights area of Prince Georges County, and the branch flows roughly northwest for 4.9 miles 7.9 km to the Anacostia, which drains to the Potomac River and the Chesapeake Bay. The watershed are ...

Arroyo Seco bicycle path

The Arroyo Seco Bicycle Path is an approximately 2 miles long Class I bicycle path along the Arroyo Seco river channel in the Northeast Los Angeles region of Los Angeles County, California. It parallels to the Arroyo Seco Parkway also in the canyon.

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