TITLE

YUKON RIVER

PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
Alaska Almanac;2011, Issue 33, p237
SOURCE TYPE
Almanac
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article provides information on Yukon River, the fifth-largest river in North America and the third-largets in the U.S. It says that Yukon River watershed drains 330, 000 square miles-a third of Alaska, and is longest river flowing in a 2,000-mile arc from its British Columbia headwaters across the Interior's forested hills, narrow mountain valleys and vast tundra flats to the Bering Sea in Alaska.
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70469187

 

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