Talk:Columbia Island (New York)
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There reads: "The island varies in size from about one acre to 175 square feet depending on the tide."
Acre article tells me that acre equals 43,560 sq ft, so it gets ~250 times bigger at low tide? And if Google Maps is right, the building/structure is over 100 ft long in both directions, so it is way over 10,000 sq ft (about 1/4 acres), I'd say about 1/2 acres. This is of course original research, but if that 175 sq ft figure is correct, then the structure must be partly under water at high tide. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 03:55, 4 September 2013 (UTC)
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