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Lake Beechey

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Primary inflows  Back River
Basin countries  Canada
Outflow location  Back River
Primary outflows  Back River
Settlements  uninhabited
Inflow source  Back River
Lake Beechey

Lake Beechey (sometimes Beechey Lake) is a lake in Kitikmeot, Nunavut, Canada. It is a long, narrow, lake-expansion of the Back River. It is part of the western Canadian Precambrian Shield. It contains a few unnamed islands.

Map of Lake Beechey, Kitikmeot, Unorganized, NU, Canada

Historically, Lake Beechey was the southernmost territory of Copper Inuit.

The lake was discovered by explorer George Back and named by Sir John Franklin in honor of Frederick William Beechey.

References

Lake Beechey Wikipedia


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