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.

Great Slave Lake is a lake that holds up to 1,560 km3 of water, reaching a maximum depth of 614 meters. The lake also covers 27,000 km2 in surface area.

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 Southern Indian Lake from Canada.

 Compare Great Slave Lake with Melville from Canada.

  Data: Great Slave Lake 

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