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Lake Tahoe Facts:
▪ Lake elevation: 6225 feet (above sea level)
▪ 22 miles from north to south
▪ 12 miles wide from east to west
▪ 72 miles of shoreline
▪ Deepest point: 1645 feet
▪ Second deepest lake in the United States
▪ Tenth deepest lake in the world
▪ Water clarity of about 70 feet deep
June 2013. Researchers shock the water to rid the lake of goldfish and bass.
In-depth article and additional links from U.C. Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center. Read it...
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