Husemersee

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Husemersee
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Location Ossingen, Canton of Zurich
Coordinates 47°37′19″N 8°42′16″E / 47.62194°N 8.70444°E / 47.62194; 8.70444Coordinates: 47°37′19″N 8°42′16″E / 47.62194°N 8.70444°E / 47.62194; 8.70444
Type mesotrophic
Catchment area 1.436 km2 (0.554 sq mi)
Basin countries Switzerland
Surface area 8 ha (20 acres)
Average depth 6.2 m (20 ft)
Max. depth 14.3 m (47 ft)
Water volume 0.5 million cubic metres (410 acre·ft)
Surface elevation 409 m (1,342 ft)

Husemersee (or Hausersee) is a lake at Ossingen in the Canton of Zurich, Switzerland. Its surface area is 8 ha (20 acres).

At Husemersee, swimming is allowed on the western part of the lake[1]. From Ossingen train station, the Husemersee can be reached in a 30mins walk.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Der Husemersee in Ossingen (ZH) - schweizersee.ch". schweizersee.ch (in German). Retrieved 2017-05-31. 

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