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Satellite Image of South Dakota

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South Dakota Satellite Image - View Cities, Rivers, Lakes & Environment

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

South Dakota Cities:

Aberdeen, SD
Brookings, SD
Huron, SD
Mitchell, SD
Pierre, SD
Rapid City, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Sturgis, SD
Watertown, SD
Yankton, SD

South Dakota Rivers, Lakes, Water Features:

Angostura Reservoir
Bad River
Bell Fourche Reservoir
Bitter Lake
Bois de Sioux River
Cheyenne River
Columbia Road Reservoir
Elm Lake
James River
Lacreek Lake
Lake Francis Case
Lake Oahe
Lake Sharpe
Lake Traverse
Lewis and Clark Lake
Missouri River
Ray Lake
Red Lake
Salt Lake
Shadehill Reservoir
Swan Lake
White Lake
White River

Other Prominent South Dakota Features:

Black Hills
South Dakota farm land


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