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Lacus servorum maior

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Despectus in Maiorem servorum lacum et Lacum Athabascam. Photographema ex satellite NASA factum.
Pelvis exsiccationis Fluminis Mackenzie locum Maioris servorum lacús in Arctica Canadae Occidentalis monstrat.

Lacus servorum maior[1] (Anglice Great Slave Lake, Francice Grand lac des Esclaves[2]), est lacus secundus a maximo in Territoriis Septentrio-Occidentalibus Canadae, sub Lacú Ursino magno, maxime profundus corpus aquae dulcis in America Septentrionali, 614 metra altus, et decimus lacus a maximo in mundo. Qui est 469 chiliometra longus et a 20 ad 203 chiliometra latus. Aream tegit 27,200 chiliometrorum quadratorum in meridianá territorii regione. Volumen variat a 1070 chiliometris cubicis[3] ad 1580 chiliometra cubica et adeo usque ad 2088 chiliometra cubica,[4] quá pro causá lacus est decimus aut duodecimus a maximo per volumen patens.

Inter oppida in litoribus lacús iacentia sunt Yellowknife, Hay River, Behchokǫ̀, Fort Resolution, Łutselk'e, Hay River Reserve, Dettah, et Ndilǫ. Solum commune in Bracchio Orientali est Łutselk'e, vicus cui sunt 350 fere homines, plerumque indigenae Chipewyan Nationis Dene, ac Fort Reliance, castra hiemalia et statio Societatis Sinús Hudsoniani, nunc relicta. Secundum litus meridianum, ad orientem Hay River versus, iacent Fodina Pine Point (nunc relicta) et Pine Point, oppidum societatis.

Corpora aquae et tributarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

Inter flumina quae in Magnum Servorum Lacum influunt modo horologico a commune Behchokǫ̀ sunt[5][6]

  • Emile Flumen
  • Snare Flumen
  • Wecho Flumen
  • Stagg Flumen
  • Yellowknife Flumen
  • Beaulieu Flumen
  • Waldron Flumen
  • Hoarfrost Flumen
  • Lockhart Flumen
  • Snowdrift Flumen
  • La Loche Flumen
  • Thubun Flumen
  • Terhul Flumen
  • Taltson Flumen
  • Slave Flumen
  • Little Buffalo Flumen
  • Buffalo Flumen
  • Hay Flumen
  • Mosquito Rivus
  • Duport Flumen
  • Marian Lacus
  • Bracchium Septentrionale
  • Yellowknife Sinus
  • Resolution Sinus
  • Deep Sinus
  • McLeod Sinus
  • Christie Sinus
  • Sulphur Sinus
  • Presqu'ile Sinus
  • Rocher Flumen
  • Frank Canalis

Ice Lake Rebels[recensere | fontem recensere]

Animal Planet, canalis televisificus Americanus, ab anno 2014 ad annum 2016 seriem pellicularum documentariarum produxit, Ice Lake Rebels appellatam, cuius argumentum in Magno Servorum Lacú fit, et quotidianam sequitur vitam hominum qui ad lacum habitant.[7]

Pinacotheca[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "L. Servorum maior" (p. 34 apud Google Books); "lacus servorum" sine adiectivo (pp. 38, 46, 50, 62, 77 apud Google Books)
  2. Vocabulum ex nomine cuiusdam tribús Indorum venit, qui Slavey appellabantur, una ex tribubus Athapaskana in ripis meridianis olim habitantibus. Exploratores Francici nomen audiebant esclaves (Mackenzie 1801: 3).
  3. Schertzer, William M.; Rouse, Wayne R.; Blanken, Peter D.; Walker, Anne E. (August 2003). "Over-Lake Meteorology and Estimated Bulk Heat Exchange of Great Slave Lake in 1998 and 1999". Journal of Hydrometeorology (American Meteorological Society) 4 (4): 650 
  4. Great Slave
  5. "Natural Resources Canada-Canadian Geographical Names (Great Slave Lake)" .
  6. "Atlas of Canada Toporama" .
  7. "Ice Lake Rebels" .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Canada. 1981. Sailing directions, Great Slave Lake and Mackenzie River. Ottavae: Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans. ISBN 0-660-11022-9.
  • Gibson, J. J., T. D. Prowse, et D. L. Peters. 2006. "Partitioning impacts of climate and regulation on water level variability in Great Slave Lake." Journal of Hydrology 329 (1): 196.
  • Hicks, F., X. Chen, et D. Andres. 1995. "Effects of ice on the hydraulics of Mackenzie River at the outlet of Great Slave Lake, N.W.T.: A case study." Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering / Revue Canadienne de G̐ưenie Civil 22 (1): 43.
  • Kasten, H. 2004. The captain's course secrets of Great Slave Lake. Edmontoniae: H. Kasten. ISBN 0-9736641-0-X.
  • Jenness, R. 1963. Great Slave Lake fishing industry. Ottavae: Northern Co-ordination and Research Centre, Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources.
  • Keleher, J. J. 1972. Supplementary information regarding exploitation of Great Slave Lake salmonid community. Winnipeg: Fisheries Research Board, Freshwater Institute.
  • Mackenzie, Alexander. 1801. Voyages from Montreal, on the River St. Lawrence, through the continent of North America, to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans; in the years 1789 and 1793. With a preliminary account of the rise, progress, and present state of the Fur Trade of that country. Londinii: Printed for T. Cadell, Jun, and W. Davis, Stand; Cobbett and Morgan, Pall-Mall; and W. Creech, at Edinburgh, by R. Noble, Old Bailey.
  • Mason, J. A. (1946). Notes on the Indians of the Great Slave Lake area. New Haven: Yale University Department of Anthropology, Yale University Press.
  • Noble, W. C. 1981. "Prehistory of the Great Slave Lake and Great Bear Lake Region." In Handbook of the North American Indians: Subarctic, vol. 6. Vasingtoniae: Smithsonian Institution.
  • Sirois, J., M. A. Fournier, et M. F. Kay. 1995. The colonial waterbirds of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories an annotated atlas. Ottavae: Canadian Wildlife Service. ISBN 0-662-23884-2.

Nexus interni

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Commons-logo.svg Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Magnum Servorum Lacum spectant.
Glacies et nix in Sinu Yellowknife die 28 Aprilis 2012 liquefieri incipiunt, transportationem inter naves domesticas prope Insulam Jolliffe difficilius facientes.