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Otsego Lake is geologically a finger lake created by the over-deepening of the Susquehanna River Valley during the last period of glaciation. It is a cold water lake with approximately seven square miles of surface area and 168 feet at its greatest depth. Its cold water fishery is predominantly Lake Trout.
Students explore the Lake's flora, fauna; physical and chemical character.
Last Updated: Tuesday January 30, 2007