Lake Winnebago 6124, east Wisconsin
Lake Winnebago 6124 is the result of Menasha Genlaws Dam on the Fox River in Winnebago County, Wisconsin and is used for improved navigation, fish and wildlife protection, drinking water and hydroelectric power purposes. It has been been there since 1937. Its normal surface area is 270 square miles. It is owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Menasha Genlaws, also known as Lake Winnebago 6124 is a gravity dam, concrete. The core is homogeneous, concrete. The foundation is soil. Its length is 401 feet. Maximum discharge is 24800 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 2430000 acre feet. Normal storage is 1230000 acre feet. It drains an area of 6030 square miles.
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