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Nov 20, 2022

[Answer] After Niagara, which falls is the largest by volume in the U.S.?

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...1. Havasu Falls 2. Yosemite Falls 3. Willamette Falls 4. Cumberland Falls




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Willamette Falls - While Niagara Falls might get all the glory, Willamette Falls, located in Oregon City, Oregon is the second-largest waterfall in the U.S. by volume. The flow over Willamette is a quarter-million gallons per second. While Niagara’s flow is nearly three times that over Horseshoe Falls at 700,000 gallons of water per second, Willamette’s feat is still impressive. As part of the Willamette River, the falls span 1,500 feet, requiring a network of canals and locks to be built in the early days of the area’s logging and paper industries to enable shipping and logging vessels to pass through. This network has since been shut down, but the Willamette River still feeds the fishing industry of the Pacific Northwest.:


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