Man Made Lakes in Georgia

by lovesmile
Last updated 8 years ago

Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
General Resources
Grade:
4

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Man Made Lakes in Georgia

The Georgia Power Company Built Lake Allatoona.

It was built in 1979.

It was needed for a flood central.

It is used today by beavers and dams.

There are 6 Lakes I wil tell you about and they are : Lake Alatoona , Clarks Hill Lake , Lake Chatuge , Lake Oconee , Lake George , and Lake Hartwell

The Tennesse Valley Authority built Lake Chatuge

It was built during World War 2

Most visited corps lake.

It was needed for flood control ,hy-dropower , and a navigation project.

It was built in 1955~1963

It is used today for fishing, boating, and transportation

It was needed for newcomers

The U.S Army Corps developed Lake Hartwell.

Lake Allatoona

Lake Oconee

Lake Hartwell

Lake Oconee

Lake Hartwell

The 6 Manmade Lakes!

It was built in 1979

The Georgia Power company built Lake Oconee.

Lake Allatoona

Lake Chatuge

It was needed for hydro-namic charasteristics caused by flood control.

Clarks Hill Lake

It was built by The U.S Army Corps of Engineers, and by a man named J Strom Thurmond Dam.

It is used today for transportation, riverine, lacutine.

It was built between 1946 and 1954.

It was needed for flood control, hydropower, and a navigation project.

It is used today for camping and fishing.

Lake Chatuge

Clarks Hill Lake

Lake George

Lake George

The US Army Corps built this lake.

It was built in 1963.

It was needed for a dam

It is used today for fishing


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