|Statement||report to the International Joint Commission ; by the Upper Lakes Reference Group ; editorial committee, M.P. Bratzel, Jr., M.E. Thompson, R.J. Bowden.|
|Contributions||Bratzel, M. P., Thompson, M. E., Bowden, Robert J.|
|The Physical Object|
Lake Huron is the second largest of the Great Lakes. Three large bays extend from the main body of the lake, Saginaw Bay on the W side and North Channel and Georgian Bay on the NE side. The lake receives the waters of Lake Michigan through the Straits of Mackinac and those of Lake Superior from the St. Marys River. The Lake Huron mean TDS concentrations mg/1) for the background locations were approximately twice those for the Lake Superior mean (54 mg/1). Lake Huron background values indicate a general southerly increase in TDS throughout the nearshore Lake Huron waters. The fifth, Lake Michigan, is entirely within the United States. Connecting Rivers. The waterway flows from west to east. Lake Superior drains into Lake Huron via the St. Mary’s River. Lake Huron drains into Lake Erie via the St. Clair and Detroit Rivers. Lake Erie drains into Lake Ontario via the Niagara River. The Lake Superior Dragon Peter Unwin has a chapter (the third) about the dragon, Misshepezhieu, in his book called "The Wolf's Head" (Viking, ). Below are some references from his book with various descriptions of the creature. These stories leave us with the opportunity to envision the dragon in various ways or as we wish.
Lake Ontario, The Georgian Bay, Lake Simcoe, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Green Bay, the St. Lawrence River, and Lake St. Clair. The sheer size of this territory affords boaters a whole world of fun and a number of diverse places to explore on the water. In fact, the Great Lakes region includes nea miles of. Lake Huron is one of the five Great Lakes of North America. Hydrologically, it comprises the easterly portion of Lake Michigan–Huron, having the same surface elevation as its westerly counterpart, to which it is connected by the 5-mile-wide ( km), fathom-deep ( ft; 37 m) Straits of is shared on the north and east by the Canadian province of Ontario and on the south and. In , a steamship captain and his crew saw an orange craft over Lake Superior with two glowing portholes. And in August of , a TWA pilot reported being 'buzzed' by a flying saucer. That same month the Air Force Radar base on Keweenaw Peninsula reported a 'formation' of . In the early 21st century, Lake Superior's shores are 91% forested, Lake Huron 68%, Lake Ontario 49%, Lake Michigan 41%, and Lake Erie, where logging and urbanization has been most extensive, 21%. Some of these forests are second or third growth (i.e. they .
Lake Huron, with its infinite islands and varied shorelines, ranging from long sand beaches in the south, to crazy granite and quartzite in the north, to the limestone flowerpots and bluffs and alvars of Tobermory and Manitoulin, has always struck me as way more enticing and unique than Michigan, Ontario or Erie, but also more hospitable and navigable than its more voluminous sibling to the north. A recent law change now allows U.S. boaters and anglers on the Great Lakes to cruise Canadian waters of lakes Ontario, Erie, Huron, and Superior without having to report to CBSA. Provincial fishing licenses are still required to wet a line in Canadian waters, as are state-issued permits for fishing U.S. waters of the Great Lakes. Lake Superior, bordered by Ontario, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, is the northernmost and westernmost lake and can be considered the headwater of the system. It is the deepest lake (mean depth feet [ metres]), lies at an altitude of feet above sea level, and discharges into Lake Huron through the St. Get this from a library! Limnology of Michigan's nearshore waters of Lakes Superior and Huron. [R E Basch; Environmental Research Laboratory (Duluth, Minn.); Large Lakes Research Station. Large Lakes Branch.; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Great Lakes National Program Office.;].