Niagara Falls and the Great Gorge

The Great Lakes rely heavily on groundwater and precipitation for their replenishment. The tons of water that plummet through Niagara Falls create the brown foam beneath them. This foam contains suspended particles of decayed vegetative matter. This foam originates from the shallow eastern basin of Lake Erie. A section of the falls known as the Whirlpool Rapids crushes the water into the Great Gorge. The rapids span 1.6 km and…

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