Lochlea, South Ayrshire
Lochlea or Lochlie (pronounced 'Lochli') was situated in a low lying area between the farms and dwellings of Lochlea and Lochside in the Parish of Tarbolton, South Ayrshire, Scotland. The loch was nat...
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Lake Mojave
Lake Mojave is an ancient former lake fed by the Mojave River that, through the Holocene, occupied the Silver Lake and Soda Lake basins in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California. Its o...
Beemster
Beemster [ˈbeːmstər] is a municipality in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. Also, the Beemster is the first so-called polder in the Netherlands that was reclaimed from a lake, the wat...
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Lake Komi
Lake Komi was a prehistoric periglacial lake formed in the region of the present-day Russian Komi Republic when the Barents Sea outlet of the Pechora River was blocked by ice during the Weichselian Gl...
Glacial Lake Algonquin
Lake Algonquin was a proglacial lake that existed in east-central North America at the time of the last ice age. Parts of the former lake are now Lake Huron, Georgian Bay and inland portions of northe...
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Saint David's Buried Gorge
Saint David's Buried Gorge is an ancient pre-glacial river bed that existed 22,800 years ago on the present-day Niagara Peninsula. The ancient Saint David's River once flowed through this area prior ...
Loch of Stair
The Loch of Stair was a typical Ayrshire post-glacial 'Kettle Hole', situated in a low lying area below the farm of Loch Hill, in the Parish of Stair, East Ayrshire, Scotland. This freshwater loch was...
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Lambroughton Loch
Lambroughton Loch or Wheatrig Loch was situated in a low lying area between the farms and dwellings of Hillhead, Lambroughton, Wheatrig, Titwood and Lochridge mainly in the Parish of Dreghorn, North A...
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Glacial River Warren
Glacial River Warren or River Warren was a prehistoric river that drained Lake Agassiz in central North America between 11,700 and 9,400 years ago. The enormous outflow from this lake carved a mighty...
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Loch o' th' Lowes, New Cumnock
Loch o' th' Lowes (NS 60183 14581), Lochside or Meikle Creoch Loch is a freshwater loch in the Parish of New Cumnock in the East Ayrshire Council Area, Scotland. One of three linked lochs, it is overl...
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Lake Flevo
Lake Flevo was a lake in what is now the Netherlands, which existed in Roman times and the early Middle Ages. Some geographers believe that this lake was not really a lake but a set of several lakes c...
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Bytham River
The Bytham River has been proposed as an ancient river in Pleistocene Great Britain that has been suggested to have run through the English Midlands until around 450,000 years ago. Its course has been...
Newfarm Loch
Newfarm Loch was situated in a low lying area between the farms of Holehouse and Newfarm in the Parish of Kilmarnock, New Farm Loch, East Ayrshire. The loch was mostly artificial, having been develope...
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Härjapea River
The Härjapea (Estonian: Härjapea jõgi) was a river in Tallinn, Estonia. The river was a few kilometres in length, flowing from Lake Ülemiste into the Tallinn Bay.The Härjapea was one of the most e...
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Boeung Kak
Boeung Kak (Khmer: បឹងកក់) is an area situated in Khan Daun Penh and Khan Toul Kork in the north of the capital city of Cambodia, Phnom Penh. It was covered by largest urban wetland in Phnom Penh,...
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Lake Merrimack
Lake Merrimack was a glacial lake that formed during the late Pleistocene epoch. After the Laurentide ice sheet retreated, glacial ice melt accumulated at the terminal moraine and blocked up the Merri...
Searles Lake
Searles Lake is an endorheic dry lake in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County, California, with the mining community, Trona on its western shore. The evaporite basin is approximately 19 km...
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Silver Lake (Kingsbury County, South Dakota)
Silver Lake in Kingsbury County, South Dakota is actually a former lake. Currently, it is a marsh located immediately east of De Smet, on the north side of U.S. Highway 14.
Silver Lake was the lak...
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Lake Sils, Catalonia
Lake Sils, Catalan Estany de Sils or Llac de Sils, was an ancient lake located in Sils municipal term, in the comarca of Selva, in Catalonia, Spain. Located in a tectonic basin, this lake was the larg...
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Early Lake Erie
Early Lake Erie was a prehistoric proglacial lake that existed at the end of the last ice age approximately 13,000 years ago. The early Erie fed waters to Glacial Lake Iroquois.The ancient lake was si...
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Channel River
The Channel River was the extension of the River Rhine in modern-day France, the River Thames in modern-day England and other rivers into what is now the English Channel during periods of low sea leve...
Reed Loch
The Reed Loch was also known as Loch Green. As a curling pond it was probably known as the Fullarton House Pond, located as it was on the edge of the Fullarton House and Crosbie Castle estate curtilag...
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Baltic Ice Lake
The Baltic Ice Lake is a name given by geologists to a freshwater lake that gradually formed in the Baltic Sea basin as glaciation retreated from that region at the end of the Pleistocene. The lake, d...
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Glacial Lake Nantucket Sound
Glacial Lake Nantucket Sound was a glacial lake that formed during the late Pleistocene epoch inside modern Nantucket Sound. After the Laurentide ice sheet retreated, glacial ice melt washed over the ...
Lake Terang
Lake Terang was a lake near Terang, Victoria. Following European settlement of the area surrounding the lake in the 19th century the lake began to dry out. It was drained in the 1960s and is now used ...
Uzboy River
The Uzboy River (sometimes rendered Uzboj) was a distributary of the Amu Darya which flowed through the northwestern part of the Karakum Desert of Turkmenistan until the 17th century, when it abruptly...
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