Salvatnet from Lakes of the World dataset
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Source dataset: Lakes of the World dataset , curated by  simple john

  About Salvatnet

Salvatnet is the 2nd deepest lake in Europe at 464 meters.

Salvatnet is a lake that holds up to 6.87 km3 of water, reaching a maximum depth of 464 meters. The lake also covers 45 km2 in surface area.

It spans 22 km on its length. Countries along its shoreline in Europe: Norway.

Lake Salvatnet is a meromictic lake with its waters permanently stratified and preserving records of the geologic past. The lower layer of the lake is highly saline and as a result denser than the higher levels of water. It is also Norway's second-deepest lake after Hornindalsvatnet Lake.


 Compare Salvatnet with Coniston Water from England.

 Compare Salvatnet with Loch Ness from Scotland.

  Data: Salvatnet 

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