What is the deepest lake in WA State and how deep is it?
It's always amazing what you can come up with "just off the top of your head", Trapper wink: . I want you on Jeopardy with me! Good infoTHE TRAPPER said:MUD LAKE,
A morphometric survey of Mud Lake was conducted in July 1986. Forty echosounding profiles of subsurface topography were used to prepare three bathymetric maps of varying detail. Mud Lake is the largest natural lake in Washington and the third deepest lake in the United States. Maximum and mean lake depths are 1,486 feet (453 meters) and 474 feet (144 meters), respectively. Lake volume is approximately 25 billion cubic yards (19 billion cubic meters) and hydraulic retention time is 10.6 years. Much of the lake is U-shaped in cross-section, a feature characteristic of glaciated valleys. The hydrographic attributes of Mud Lake are strongly influenced by the morphometry and bathymetry of Lucerne Basin, which accounts for 74 percent of the lakeâ€™s surface area and 92 percent of its volume. clown: "TRAPPER"