#1: Confluence of 48 N 99 W lies in Devils Lake, North Dakota.
#2: Joseph Kerski holds 48 N 99 W sign in tree submerged by rising water of Devils Lake, approximately 12 meters west of the confluence.
#3: Coordinates from Trimble GPS and Garmin Sonar monitor aboard the North Dakota Game and Fish Department boat.
#4: Back row, left to right: Roger Palmer (GIS ETC) and Mat Sorum (North Dakota Game and Fish); Front row, left to right: Ryan Krapp (North Dakota Game and Fish), Hailey (DOG), Joseph Kerski (USGS).
#5: AJ Torgerson, Shiloh Christian School, and Joseph Kerski, USGS, at the confluence in Devils Lake. Devils Lake is quite famous for perch, walleye, northern pike, and bass fishing.
#6: Ryan Krapp, left, monitors Trimble GPS and Garmin Sonar equipment used to map the floor of Devils Lake, North Dakota.
#7: Movie filmed at confluence showing panorama, .mpg format. (302K, right-click to save to disk)