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Oklahoma Satellite Image - View Cities, Rivers, Lakes & Environment

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This is a Landsat GeoCover 2000 satellite image map of Oklahoma. Cities, rivers, lakes, mountains and other features shown in this image include:

Oklahoma Cities:

Broken Arrow, OK
Enid, OK
Lawton, OK
Muskogee, OK
Norman, OK
Oklahoma City, OK
Ponca City, OK
Stillwater, OK
Tulsa, OK

Oklahoma Rivers, Lakes, Water Features:

Arkansas River
Broken Bow Lake
Canadian River
Canton Lake
Cimarron River
Eufaula Lake
Foss Lake
Ft. Cobb Reservoir
Ft. Gibson Lake
Gibson Lake
Great Salt Plains Lake
Kaw Lake
Keystone Lake
Lake Hudson
Lake O' the Cherokees
Lake Texoma
Oologah Lake
Red River
Robert S. Kerr Lake
Sardis Lake
Skiatook Lake
Sooner Lake
Tenkiller Ferry Lake
Waurika Lake

Other Prominent Oklahoma Features:

Kiamichi Mountains
Oklahoma farm land
Ouachita Mountains


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