Lake Superior Clock
A 3-D nautical wood map featuring Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes, and the largest freshwater lake in the world (by surface area). Lake Superior is enormous. Its deepest point is 733 feet below sea level, which qualifies it as the lowest--and most insulated--point in the continental interior of the United States. The water at the bottom of the lake is so well insulated, in fact, that it stays a constant 39°F and only mixes with the warmer water above it twice each year (when the whole lake is 39 degrees).
Points of Interest Include:
Baraga, Calumet, Duluth, Isle Royale, Lake Superior Provincial Park, Marquette, Presque Isle, Sault Saint. Marie, Superior National Forest, and Thunder Bay
Clock measures 12" and is made from Baltic birch. The development is slightly different than our other wood art, as this just shows one layer of the water depths vs multiple layers. Requires 1 (one) AA battery. Please note these ship directly from the maker, located in Michigan.