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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For other uses, see Lake Superior (disambiguation). Lake Superior is the largest of the Great Lakes of North America, and among freshwater lakes, it is the world's largest by surface area and the third-largest by volume. [a] It holds 10% of the world's surface fresh water. [12]

    • 483 ft (147 m)
    • 2,900 cu mi (12,000 km³)
  2. El Lago Superior es una ruta importante para el transporte de metales, además de soportar una gran cantidad de tráfico de embarcaciones. La mayor demanda de la perca amarilla en Estados Unidos se concentra en la región centro-norte, donde se venden alrededor del 70 % de las ventas del país, a menos de 80 km de los Grandes Lagos.

  3. Lake Superior is a lake in Canada and the United States. The Ojibwe Native Americans call it Gitchigume. Lake Superior is in between Ontario and Minnesota to the north and Wisconsin and Michigan in the south, and is the largest of North America's Great Lakes. It is the world's third largest lake, and the world's largest freshwater lake (by area).

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    Lake Superior State University is a public university in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. It is Michigan's smallest public university, with an enrollment of approximately 2,000 students. Due to its proximity to the Canadian border, and the twin city of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, LSSU has many Canadian students and maintains a close relationship with its...

    The area that makes up the campus of Lake Superior State University served as Fort Brady from 1894 to 1944; it is listed as "New Fort Brady" on the National Register of Historic Places, as the earlier incarnation of the fort was downhill. Lake Superior State University was established in 1946 to address the needs of returning World War II veterans ...

    Administration Building The Administration Building houses the offices of the President and Provost, as well as human resources, purchasing, and public safety. Arts Center The arts center is a $15 million facility which opened in 2005. The arts center houses a 674-seat auditorium, art, music and dance studios, classrooms and faculty offices. The Ar...

    Aquatic Research Laboratory The LSSU ARL is an off campus research and educational facility in the east end of the Cloverland Electric Coop hydroelectric plant. The ARL houses the University's fish hatchery, and conducts research on fisheries and aquatic ecology in the region. Since 1984 the Aquatic Research Laboratory has released 40,000 Atlantic ...

    Lake Superior State University has a variety of traditions. 1. Banished Words List: Each new year brings another installment of the school's “List of Words and Phrases Banished from the Queen's English for Mis-Use, Over-Use and General Uselessness”. It has been published since New Year's Day 1976 and receives significant media coverage. Word-watche...

    The school's official nickname is the Lakers, but in some instances the university's athletic teams are called the Soo Lakers in reference to the school's hometown. Prior to becoming known as the Lakers, sports teams were known as the Hornets. The most prominent sport at LSSU is men's ice hockey, which is the school's only NCAA Division I program. ...

    • Small city, 115 acre campus
    • Seamore the Sea Duck, Fog Horn the Sailor
    • Lake Superior State University
    • 2,637 (Fall 2010)
  4. Lake Superior Provincial Park is one of the largest provincial parks in Ontario, covering about 1,550 square kilometres (600 sq mi) along the northeastern shores of Lake Superior between Sault Ste. Marie and Wawa in Algoma District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada.

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    • Wawa