Chapter 2: Location, Borders, and Lakes
The inter-provincial borders and the border with
A high proportion of Manitoba’s total area (15.6 percent) is water including some very large lakes, for example, Lake Winnipeg, Lake Winnipegosis, Lake Manitoba, and Cedar Lake These and many smaller lakes can be identified on satellite images (Figure 2.2, and 2.3). Not only their location can be seen but also information can be obtained about their depth and sediment content (Figure 2.3).
2.10: The Manitoba/Saskatchewan Border in Townships 29 and 30
The photograph shows part of
Figure 2.10: The Manitoba/Saskatchewan Border in Townships 29 and 30
Vertical air photograph A23349-237
Flight height 9,980 feet a.s.l.; lens focal length 153.275 mm.
Date: June 23, 1973
Scale: 1:16,000 (approx.)
Location: Townships 29 and 30, Ranges 29 and 30 WI
Map sheets: 1:250,000 62 N
1:50,000 62N/2 Kamsack
[i] Information from Bob McKenzie, Resources Technician, Manitoba Department of National Resources, February 16, 1981.