Paulina Lake

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Paulina Lake

25.00

16 in x 16 in

Newberry Volcano collapsed in on itself roughly 70,000 years ago forming a caldera that today holds two lakes: East Lake and Paulina Lake. Paulina is the largest and deepest, plus its outlet stream is the only way water leaves the caldera above ground.

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Available in light and dark themes, this map focuses on the lake first and foremost. Its sole outlet stream is shown, and faint contour lines give a sense of the surrounding geography without taking attention away from the lake. Bathymetry is shown, too, giving a sense of the lake's underwater landscape and revealing its depths and shallows.

This map is printed on paper with a satin finish, giving it a slight gloss and gently pebbled texture that looks great hung on its own or framed.