Great Slave Lake from Lakes of the World dataset
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Source dataset: Lakes of the World dataset , curated by  simple john

  About Great Slave Lake

Great Slave Lake is the deepest lake in North America at 614 meters.

Containing up to 1,560 km3 of water, Great Slave Lake has a maximum depth of 614 meters and spans a surface area of 27,000 km2.

It spans 480 km on its length. Countries along its shoreline in North America: Canada.

The name 'Great Slave' is derived from the Slavey Indians, which were one of the indigenous Athapaskan tribes living on its southern shores in the mid-18th century.


 Compare Great Slave Lake with Erie from Canada, United States.

 Compare Great Slave Lake with Adams Lake from Canada.

  Data: Great Slave Lake 

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