One of the major rivers in North America is the Mississippi-Missouri River system, including the major tributaries like the Ohio and Arkansas Rivers.
North America's Great Lakes are a group of lakes along the border between the United States and Canada in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. With a total volume of 22,671 cubic kilometers (5,439 cubic miles), these five lakes hold 21% of the world's fresh water supply, and are the largest group of freshwater lakes in the world. The Great Lakes include Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario. Great Bear Lake is the largest lake entirely in Canada, with a volume of 2,236 cubic kilometers (536 cubic miles).
Last Updated On : October 01, 2012