In Wolfram|Alpha, water features means bays, harbors, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, undersea features and more. Here you can find information on the Pacific Ocean, the Great Barrier Reef, the Great Lakes, the Mississippi River, Halifax Harbour, Puget Sound and more.
Find the extents, area, coastline length, average depth, maximum depth, lowest point and other properties of oceans.
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Learn the location, surface area, type, maximum depth, elevation, geographic information, dimensions and extreme points of lakes.
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Examine harbors to know their location, profiles, elevation map, local information and nearby cities or marine features.
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Investigate undersea water features to determine their location, center depth, profiles and other details.
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Compute the distance between features:
Navigate your way to more information about rivers, such as country, length, drainage area, average discharge or outflow.
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Discover the location, sea, nearby marine features, local depth and other details of marine sounds.
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Look up the location, local depth, profiles, cities or marine features of bays.
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Acquire knowledge about the elevation, drop count, watercourse, dimensions and location of waterfalls.