Great Lakes annual precipitation, evaporation, and runoff 1965-2014

Between 2010 and 2014, the average annual water runoff from the Great Lakes totaled around 890 millimeters over the lakes' surfaces. Both decreased and increased water levels have at times been reason for concern for the Great Lakes at both extremes.

Average hydrological input and output of the Great Lakes from 1965 to 2014

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Source

Release date

2016

Region

North America

Survey time period

1965 to 2014

Supplementary notes

These figures include Lake St. Clare.
*Precipitation over the whole Great Lakes basin.

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