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Washington Geographic Resources

Washington Physical Map

Washington Elevation Map

Washington County Map

Washington Cities & Road Map

Washington River & Lake Map

Washington Satellite Image



Washington River Levels
Map of Washington rivers

Washington
River Levels


USGS has a clickable map of Washington rivers and streams that gives you access to real-time river levels throughout Washington. River stage, discharge and other information can be accessed online. Or view a lake and river map of Washington.


Washington Geography Statistics

Area of Washington: 66,544 sq. miles

Washington Population: 6131445

Highest Point in Washington
Mt. Ranier at 14,411 feet feet

Lowest Point in Washington
Pacific Ocean at Sea Level

There are 39 counties in Washington



Washington Earthquakes
Map of Washington earthquakes
The National Earthquake Information Center maintains an Washington earthquake map and an archive of Washington earthquake information.



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