Iqualuktuuttiaq (Greiner Lake)

Grenier Lake

Iqualuktuuttiaq (Cambridge Bay), Nunavut, Canada

Freshwater lake outside of Iqualuktuuttiaq (Cambridge Bay), Nunavut. The Inuinnaqtun name, Iqualuktuuttiaq, means "A rich fishing lake". The lake's bedrock in the region of the watershed is Cambrian limestone. Sea-run Arctic char are found there. They migrate every second year to the sea to feed intensively on abundant marine life during a period of several weeks in the summer when they travel from the ocean to span. Resident Char, Whitefish, Lake Trout, and Cisco are also found in the lake. There is a fishery downstream.

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Gabrielle Parent-Doliner

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Salinity ppt
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Air temperature °C
10.0 Latest
10.0 Average
Alkalinity mg/L
40 Latest
40 Average
Hardness mg/L
100 Latest
100 Average
Dissolved oxygen mg/L
12.0 Latest
12.0 Average
Chlorine ppm
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Conductivity μS/cm
272 Latest
272 Average
pH (0-14)
6.4 Latest
6.4 Average