Liddon Gulf

The Liddon Gulf (75°0′N 113°0′W / 75.000°N 113.000°W / 75.000; -113.000Coordinates: 75°0′N 113°0′W / 75.000°N 113.000°W / 75.000; -113.000) is a large inlet on the south-west side of Melville Island, Northwest Territories, Canada. It joins the M'Clure Strait to the south-west.

Hydrography of the Northwest Territories
Rivers
  • Arctic Red
  • Back
  • Coppermine
  • Fond du Lac
  • Great Bear
  • Hay
  • Horn
  • Hornaday
  • Kagloryuak
  • Keele
  • Kotaneelee
  • Liard
  • Mackenzie
  • North Nahanni
  • Petitot
  • Redstone
  • Roscoe
  • Slave
  • South Nahanni
  • Trout
  • Yellowknife
  • more...
Lakes
  • Artillery
  • Aylmer
  • Blackwater
  • Boyd
  • Buffalo
  • Clinton-Colden
  • Colville
  • Faber
  • Firedrake
  • Great Bear
  • Great Slave
  • Hottah
  • Howard
  • Kakisa
  • Kasba
  • Keller
  • Lac Belot
  • Lac de Gras
  • Lac des bois (Northwest Territories)
  • Lac La Martre
  • Lynx
  • MacKay
  • Mosquito
  • Napaktulik
  • Nonacho
  • Point
  • Selwyn
  • Snowbird
  • Tahiryuak
  • Tathlina
  • Trout
  • Tulemalu
  • Wholdaia
  • more...
Coastal features
  • Amundsen Gulf
  • Beaufort Sea
  • Dolphin and Union Strait
  • Fitzwilliam Strait
  • Hazen Strait
  • Kellett Strait
  • Liddon Gulf
  • M'Clure Strait
  • Minto Inlet
  • Murray Inlet
  • Prince of Wales Strait
  • Richard Collinson Inlet
  • Prince Albert Sound
  • Wilkins Strait


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