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Crater Lake, Oregon Fly-by Movie

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Crater Lake Movie

- Click on the icon or here to view the movie on a separate page (23mb).

- Scroll down to read a description of the movie.

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Description of the movie

Fly-by of shaded-relief bathymetry and surrounding mountains of Crater Lake Oregon. The colored region is the lake floor whereas the gray region shows the surrounding mountains. The lake is approximately 9-km long and 8-km wide. The flight approaches from the south, flies around the lake floor in a clockwise direction, passing over Wizard Island, Merriam Cone, the deep East Basin, the Central Platform and Rhyodacite Dome,

For more information about the Crater Lake survey, please visit the Crater Lake Data Clearinghouse.

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