Manicouagan


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Manicouagan

(mănĭkwäg`ən), river, 310 mi (499 km) long, rising in E central Que., Canada, and flowing S to the St. Lawrence River near Baie Comeau. The river is an important source of hydroelectricity; the Daniel Johnson Dam on the river forms the Manicouagan ReservoirManicouagan Reservoir
, annular artifical lake, 750 sq mi (1,942 sq km), SE Que., Canada, in a heavily forested area of the Canadian Shield. It has a maximum depth of 1,150 ft (300 m).
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Craters large and small Crater Size (km) Vredefort (Free State, South Africa) 300 Sudbury (Ontario, Canada) 130 Chicxulub (Yucatan, Mexico) 240 Popigai (Siberia) 100 Manicouagan (Quebec, Canada) 100 Acraman (South Australia) 90 Chesapeake Bay (Virginia, USA) 85 Morokweng (Kalahari Desert) 70 Kara (Yugorsky Peninsula, Russia) 65 Beaverhead (Idaho, USA) 60 Table 13.
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