Skip to main content

St LAWRENCE RIVER

St Lawrence River is one of the largest rivers in the North America. It flows from the west to the east and it was also called the "Kaniatarowanneh" in Mohawk which means the "Big Waterway". It acts as a boarder between New York in the United State and the Province of Ontario in Canada. St Lawrence River starts from Lake Ontario at Kingston the it goes through Brockville, Cornwall, Montreal, Trois-Rivieres and Quebec City then it drains into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence (which is one of the largest estuaries in the world) [9]. St Lawrence River it is about 1,287 km long. The river is divided into three parts: the fresh water river, estuary and Gulf of St Lawrence. The fresh water river starts from Lake Ontario to outside the city of Quebec, the estuary which stats from Quebec to Anticosti land and the last one which is Gulf of St Lawrence it opens into the Atlantic Ocean [10].

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:DSCN4262_rmosesspstlawrence_e.jpg

This picture of St Lawrence River taken along the New York-Ontario boarder

St LAWRENCE RIVER: IMAGE 1

This image of the St Lawrence River was taken towards the South-East. The image was viewed using 2-D dimension. Its Co-ordinates are 46º36'58.57" N 71º52'11.11" W

St LAWRENCE RIVER: IMAGE 2

This image of the St Lawrence River was taken towards the South-East. The image was viewed using 2-D dimension but zoomed in. Its Co-ordinates are 46º35'59.23" N 71º46'52.41" W

St LAWRENCE RIVER: IMAGE 3

This image of the St Lawrence River was taken towards the South-East. The image was viewed using 3-D dimension. Its Co-ordinates are 46º38'29.13" N 71º45'53.11" W

St LAWRENCE RIVER: IMAGE 4

This image of the St Lawrence River was taken towards the South-East. The image was viewed using 3-D dimension but zoomed in. Its Co-ordinates are 46º38'11.70" N 71º43'11.70" W