Great Lake States
By: Brooklyn Mahan and Breann Hinkle
The physical and human characteristics of the Great Lake States is that it is a vast Inland freshwater seas that have provided water for consumption, transportation, power, vacation, and a lot more of other uses. The Great lake basin is home to more than one- tenth of the popultation of The United States and one quarter of the population is of Canada. Some of the worlds largest concentrations of industrial capacity are located in The Great Lake State area. The lakes contain about 23,000 km of water, covering a total area of 244,000 km. The Great Lakes are the largest system of fresh, surface water on the Earth. The Great lakes are consisted of 5 lakes.
- Lake Superior, lake Erie, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, and Lake Ontario.