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3. Great Slave Lake

It is a largest lake in the Northwest of Canada and is the deepest lake in North America at 614 meters. This lake covers about 28,400 square kilometres. It gets support of water from two rivers, Hay and Slave River this are the main chief tributaries of the lake. The lake is drained by Mackenzie River. The lake accommodate different type of fishes, and it end up supporting major commercial industries of fisheries.

In history gold was discovered along the lake and it influences the development of cities around the lake like Fort resolution, Yellowknife. It has Amazing history that can interests tourist, which happen in early 1966. It was suggested that the lake in winter freeze and allows for some truck to pass over. It was suggested that it partial freeze for an average of 8 months of the year, until the development of high way around the lake.

Image 1

Image 1 shows the location of the Great Slave Lake, it was taken in 2D dimension with the compass facing North West. In a co-ordinates of 63° 48´ 30.21˝ N 129° 43´ 15.62˝ W

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Image 2 was taken in 2D dimension showing the top of the lake and the coverage of the lake. The image was taken with the compass facing North West with the co-ordinates of 61° 34´ 34.31˝ N and 113° 50´ 40.47˝ W

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Image 3 shows the tributaries that support the lake; it was taken in 2D dimension with the view of showing the tributaries. The image was taken in with the compass facing North in the co-ordinates of 61° 17´ 31.74˝ N and 114° 12´ 24.99˝ W.

Image 4

Image 4 shows the main river that drain water from the lake. It was taken using 3D but with less elevation so that it can identifies the tributary. The image was taken with the direction facing North in the co-ordinates of 61° 19´ 49.36˝ N and 113° 19´57.30˝ W