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Great Slave Lake


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A lake of southern Northwest Territories, Canada.

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  • noun a lake in the Northwest Territories in northwestern Canada; drained by the Mackenzie River


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  • Michigan, partly to the United States and partly to Canada, there are also many sheets of water such as Great Slave Lake, Great Bear Lake,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux 1840-1916 1913

  • One of the largest of the lakes beyond the 61st parallel is that called the Great Slave Lake; it is two hundred and fifty miles long by fifty across, and is situated exactly at 61° 25’ and 114° W. long.

    The Fur Country 1874

  • Hydroclimatic controls on water balance and water level variability in Great Slave Lake.

    Effects of climate change on general hydro-ecology in the Arctic 2009

  • In the Northwest Territories of Canada, where no new rules have been passed, Buffalo Airways still keeps six DC-3s in use at all times in scheduled and charter passenger service, including the regular connection between Yellowknife and Hay River across Great Slave Lake.

    This War Hero Still Flies 2008

  • When the Soviets 'Cosmos 954 satellite crashed to earth near Great Slave Lake in Canada in 1978, it spread radioactive debris for some miles.

    A Flash in the Night Sky 2008

  • Massive, crystalline Archean rocks form broad, sloping uplands and lowlands, with numerous small lakes and eskers that drain into Great Slave Lake.

    Northern Canadian Shield taiga 2008

  • A portion of this ecoregion (the Athabasca Plain and the Churchill River Upland) forms part of the continuous coniferous boreal forest that extends from northwestern Ontario to Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories.

    Midwestern Canadian Shield forests 2008

  • Urban development along the north shore of Great Slave Lake is having local impacts on natural habitats.

    Northern Canadian Shield taiga 2008

  • In fact, Yellowknife, on the north shore of Great Slave Lake, has the lowest mean annual temperature of any major city in all of Canada (- 5°C).

    Northern Canadian Shield taiga 2008

  • The mid-continental Canadian forest ecoregion extends from southern Great Slave Lake in NWT to encompass most of northeastern Alberta, central Saskatchewan and parts of west-central Manitoba.

    Mid-Continental Canadian forests 2007


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