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C. lake Eyre

Lake Eyre is the found in the desert areas of Australia. It is the largest in Australian lakes but it has the lowest point of 15 metres deep. The lake is fed by the rivers which flow from the northeast and this occurs during rainy season. During dry season, the lake collects water from number of small sub-lakes on the playa. [4]

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This image was taken from the reference below:

http://www.sea-us.org.au/roxstop97/LakeEyre/LakeE-l.htm

Lake Eyre: Image 1

Lake Eyre is seen on this image forming an M like format, the large water body is seen on the western part. The image was taken facing north using the 3-D.

Co-ordinates: 28° 19' 55, 27˝S 137° 16' 13,80˝ E

Lake Eyre: Image 2

This image was taken using the 3-D, on the far side is seen an open space of desert and some rivers that fed it flowing from the north. Image was taken facing north using the 3-D.

Co-ordinates: 28°19' 55,27˝ S 137° 16' 13,80˝E

Lake Eyre: Image 3

Image taken from the above and some rivers are seen on the northern part, image taken facing north using the 2-D.

Co-ordinates: 28°19' 55˝S 137°16' 13,80˝ E

Lake Eyre: Image 4

Image was taken from the above showing the centre view of the lake, image taken facing north using the 2-D.

Co-ordinates: 28°19' 5527˝S 137°16' 1380˝E