Geology of Lake Erie Islands and Shoreline
The Ohio North Shore is not just any lake. It is a Great Lake, with many fascinating facts and interesting details. Lake Erie is the 12th largest lake in the world in area and a major source of many minerals. Erie and the four other Great Lakes were scraped out by glacial ice anywhere from 1 million to 12,600 years ago. Join Dr. Wadia, geology professor at The University of Akron Wayne College, to learn more fascinating facts about the lake that covers the Ohio northern border.