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Aberdeen Lake (Nunavut)

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Primary inflows  Thelon River
Basin countries  Canada
Max. width  30 km (19 mi)
Surface elevation  80 m
Length  90 km
Outflow location  Thelon River
Primary outflows  Thelon River
Max. length  90 kilometres (56 mi)
Surface area  1,100 km (420 sq mi)
Area  1,100 kmĀ²
Width  30 km
Inflow source  Thelon River
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Aberdeen Lake is a large, irregularly shaped lake in Kivalliq Region, Nunavut, Canada. It is located on the Canadian Shield. The lake measures nearly 90 kilometres (56 mi) east-west with a peninsula in the center separating the lake into almost two halves which extend nearly 30 km (19 mi) north-south. The Thelon Wildlife Sanctuary is to the west.

Map of Aberdeen Lake, Keewatin, Unorganized, NU, Canada

The Thelon River is the lake's primary inflow and outflow. Beverly Lake and Schultz Lake are nearby.

References

Aberdeen Lake (Nunavut) Wikipedia


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