Types of Lake Basins  |  Fluctuation, Old shores  |  Chemical Deposits



211.-.1 Looking across Duck Lake from northeast of Lake Madeline, Litchfield, Adirondacks, Franklin County, New York.
211.-.2 Lake Placid, Adirondacks, New York.
211.-.3 Lake Placid, Adirondacks, New York.
211.-.4 Upper Au Sable Lake, Adirondacks, New York.
211.-.5 Upper Au Sable Lake, Adirondacks, New York.
211.-.6 Alpine glacial lake. Lake Como, Italy.
211.-.7 Morainic lake in drift hills, southwest of Glen’s Falls, N.Y. French Mountain beyond.
211.-.8 Otter Pond and Kearsarge Mountain, New Hampshire. (lost?)
211.-.9 Upper Twin Lake, Leadville, Colorado.
211.-.10 Drowned trees in foreground, lava dam in distance. Snag Lake, Cal.
211.-.11 Lava dammed lake, Snag lake, Larson Peak, Cal.
211.-.12 A small volcanic crater holding a lake. Costa Rica.
211.-.13 Crater Lake. Diameter 1/2 mile, probably a large crater. Rocks are glaciated. Elevation 5200 feet. Mt. Rainier, Wash.
211.-.14 Berg Lake, Muir Glacier, Alaska.


219.-.1 Boulder terrace from till excavation. Iroquois Shore, Pierrepont Manor, New York.
219.-.2 Map of Great Basin, with Lakes Bonneville and Lahontan.
219.-.3 Sea cliffs and terraces of Lake Bonneville; north end of Oqireh Range, Utah. 5th Ann Report. pl. xvi.


221.-.1 An island of calcareous tufa deposited from Lahontan. Pyramid Lake, Nevada.
221.-.2 Clacareous tufa deposited from the waters of Lake Lahontan.