How deep is Lake Superior?

 

Great Lakes system profile

Image source:
http://www.glerl.noaa.gov/pr/ourlakes/background.html

Lake depths vs building heights

Building silhouettes from:
http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0001338.html


The World's Deepest Lakes

 

BaikalSiberia, Russia
5,369’
(1,637 m)
Tanganyika, Tanzania/Zaire/Zambia
4,708’
(1,435 m)
Caspian Sea, Iran/Russia
3,104’
(946 m)
Nyasa, Mozambique/Tanzania/Malawi
2,316’
(706 m)
Issyk,  KulKyrgizstan  (Central Asia)
2,297’
(700 m)
Great Slave, NW Territories, Canada
2,015’
(614 m)
Crater Lake, OR, U.S.
1,943’
(592 m)
Lake Tahoe, CA-NV, U.S.
1,685’
(514 m)
Lake Chelan, WA, U.S.
1,419’
(433 m)
Great Bear, NW Northwest, Canada
1,356’
(413 m)
Lake Superior, US/Canada
1,333’
(406 m)
Titicaca, Peru
1,214’
(370 m)
Pend Oreille, ID, U.S.
1,150’
(351 m)