What major landform is Lake Michigan located within?

Lake Michigan lies within the Great Plains on mainland North America. To the north of the Great Plains is the Laurentian Upland. Both the Central Plains and the Laurentian Uplands are characterized by heights in the range of 200-500 meters. The low Appalachian mountains rise to the east of the plains, and the Rocky Mountains to the west.

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