Blue water lake

Lake which has naturally occurring blue water

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Blue Water

Blue Water

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Blue water lake

Lake which has naturally occurring blue water

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There are only three known blue water lakes in the world. Lake Tahoe (California/Nevada), Lake Geneva (in Wisconsin, USA), and West Lake Okoboji (Iowa), though even these are open to interpretation. Some contend that Lake Superior and Crater Lake are also blue water lakes.

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Blue Water

70% of the earth is covered with water, but only 2-3% is fresh, and still even less is drinkable - estimated as only 1% of the world's water ecosystem, according to the National Geographic. Blue water reflects wavelength of light which results in a blue appearance rather than a more common turquoise mixture of blue and green.

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