Icalma Lake

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Icalma Lake
File:Lago Icalma.jpg
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Catchment area 150 km² [1]
Basin countries Chile
Surface area 9.8 km² [1]
Average depth 66 m [1]
Max. depth 135 m [1]
Surface elevation 1,150 [1]
References [1]

Icalma Lake is a lake located in the Andes of the La Araucanía Region of Chile, close to Icalma International Pass. It is connected to the Laguna Chica de Icalma by a short stream, covering both lakes a surface total of 11.7 km².[1] The lake drains northeastwards into the Biobío River by way of a 10-km-long river[1] named Rukanuco.

See also

References

Reconstruction of the Holocene seismotectonic activity of the Southern Andes from seismites recorded in Lago Icalma, Chile, 39°S <http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2007.10.013>