The Dämeritzsee is a lake located in Brandenburg and Berlin, Germany. At an elevation of 32 metres, its surface area is 93.5 hectares. It is located in the municipality of Erkner and part in Rahnsdorf, a Berliner locality in Treptow-Köpenick district; the lake forms part of the course of the River Spree, is the location of that river's confluence with the short Flakenfließ that flows out of the Flakensee. The reach of the Spree downstream to the Müggelsee is known as the Müggelspree; the Muggelspree and the Flakenfließ are both navigable, the lake is linked to the nearby Seddinsee by the Gosen Canal. The lake sees considerable sightseeing and leisure traffic, forms a link in a commercial navigation route from the limestone workings at Rüdersdorf, which reaches the Flakensee by a lock at Woltersdorf, connects to the River Dahme and the Oder-Spree Canal via the Seddinsee. Nixdorf, B.. "Dämeritzsee", Dokumentation von Zustand und Entwicklung der wichtigsten Seen Deutschlands, Berlin: Umweltbundesamt, p. 4

Women (album)

Women is the eponymous debut album by Calgary band Women, recorded by fellow Calgary-native Chad VanGaalen. It was released in 2008 on VanGaalen's Flemish Eye record label in Canada, on Jagjaguwar in the US; the song "Sag Harbor Bridge" is a direct reference to the suicide of the artist Ray Johnson, like "Locust Valley" and "Venice Lockjaw" on Women's second album of 2010, Public Strain. Women was recorded by Polaris Music Prize-nominated Chad VanGaalen, in " basement, an outdoor culvert and a crawlspace." It was recorded contributing to its lo-fi sound. Women was released to favourable reviews, with Cokemachineglow naming it as "the best'indie rock' record released, hands down." Women at AllMusic