Great Lakes are In EMAP, the resource that encompasses the five Great Lakes--Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario, including river mouths up to the maximum extent of lake influence; wetlands contiguous to the lakes; and the connecting channels, Lake St. Clair and the upper portion of the St. Lawrence Seaway.

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