Black Lake (Fond du Lac River, Saskatchewan) facts for kids
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NASA map showing Black Lake
|Primary inflows||Chipman River, Cree River, Fond du Lac River, Souter River|
|Primary outflows||Fond du Lac River|
|Max. length||55 km (34 mi)|
|Max. width||17 km (11 mi)|
|Surface area||464 km2 (179 sq mi)|
|Surface elevation||281 m (922 ft)|
|Islands||Fir, Pick and many smaller islands|
Black Lake is a lake in the Mackenzie River drainage basin in northern Saskatchewan, Canada. It is about 55 kilometres (34 mi) long, 17 kilometres (11 mi) wide, has an area of 464 square kilometres (179 sq mi), and lies at an elevation of 281 metres (922 ft). The primary inflows are the Chipman River, Cree River, Fond du Lac River, and Souter River; the primary outflow is Fond du Lac River, which flows via the Mackenzie River into the Arctic Ocean.
The community of Black Lake is located on the northwest shore of the lake, near where the Fond du Lac River exits.
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