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List of rivers of Alaska

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a List of rivers in Alaska, which are at least fifth-order according to the Strahler method of stream classification,[1] and an incomplete list of otherwise-notable rivers and streams. Alaska has more than 12,000 rivers, and thousands more streams and creeks.[2] According to United States Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System, Alaska has about 9,728 officially named rivers, creeks, and streams.[A] The length of the river is given if it is available from the United States Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System (GNIS).

The Twentymile River near the Seward Highway, January 2015
The Twentymile River near the Seward Highway, January 2015

By drainage basin

This list is arranged by drainage basin, with respective tributaries ordered from mouth to source, and indented under their downstream parent's name.

Arctic Ocean

  • Firth River – 125 miles (201 km)
  • Kongakut River – 110 miles (180 km)
  • Aichilik River – 75 miles (121 km)
  • Jago River – 90 miles (140 km)
  • Okpilak River – 70 miles (110 km)
  • Hulahula River – 90 miles (140 km)
  • Sadlerochit River – 70 miles (110 km)
  • Canning River – 125 miles (201 km)
    • Marsh Fork Canning River – 50 miles (80 km)
  • Shaviovik River – 75 miles (121 km)
  • Kadleroshilik River – 90 miles (140 km)
  • Sagavanirktok River – 185 miles (298 km)
    • Ivishak River – 90 miles (140 km)
      • Echooka River – 74 miles (119 km)
    • Ribdon River – 50 miles (80 km)
    • Atigun River – 45 miles (72 km)
  • Kuparuk River – 150 miles (240 km)
    • Toolik River – 120 miles (190 km)
  • Colville River – 350 miles (560 km)
    • Itkillik River – 220 miles (350 km)
    • Anaktuvuk River – 135 miles (217 km)
      • Nanushuk River – 100 miles (160 km)
    • Chandler River – 100 miles (160 km)
      • Siksikpuk River – 49 miles (79 km)
      • Ayiyak River – 58 miles (93 km)
    • Killik River – 105 miles (169 km)
      • Okokmilaga River – 50 miles (80 km)
    • Oolamnagavik River – 38 miles (61 km)
    • Kurupa River – 80 miles (130 km)
    • Awuna River – 200 miles (320 km)
    • Etivluk River – 56 miles (90 km)
    • Ipnavik River – 68 miles (109 km)
    • Kuna River – 50 miles (80 km)
    • Kiligwa River
    • Nuka River – 50 miles (80 km)
  • Fish Creek – 110 miles (180 km)
  • Ikpikpuk River – 195 miles (314 km)
    • Titaluk River – 180 miles (290 km)
    • Price River – 45 miles (72 km)
  • Topagoruk River – 160 miles (260 km)
  • Meade River – 150 miles (240 km)
    • Usuktuk River – 135 miles (217 km)
  • Kuk River – 36 miles (58 km)
    • Kungok River – 26 miles (42 km)
    • Ivisaruk River – 78 miles (126 km)
    • Avalik River – 85 miles (137 km)
      • Ketik River – 85 miles (137 km)
    • Kaolak River – 60 miles (97 km)
  • Utukok River – 180 miles (290 km)
  • Kokolik River – 200 miles (320 km)
  • Kukpowruk River – 160 miles (260 km)
  • Pitmegea River – 42 miles (68 km)
  • Kukpuk River – 125 miles (201 km)
    • Ipewik River – 85 miles (137 km)

Bering Strait

Yukon River Basin

  • Yukon River – 1,980 miles (3,190 km)
    • Andreafsky River – 120 miles (190 km)
      • East Fork Andreafsky River – 125 miles (201 km)
    • Atchuelinguk River – 165 miles (266 km)
    • Reindeer River – 60 miles (97 km)
    • Innoko River – 500 miles (800 km)
      • Paimiut Slough – 70 miles (110 km)
        • Reindeer River – 65 miles (105 km)
      • Iditarod River – 325 miles (523 km)
        • Yetna River – 60 miles (97 km)
      • Mud River – 57 miles (92 km)
      • Dishna River – 60 miles (97 km)
    • Bonasila River – 125 miles (201 km)
      • Stuyahok River – 75 miles (121 km)
    • Anvik River – 140 miles (230 km)
    • Khotol River – 85 miles (137 km)
    • Nulato River – 71 miles (114 km)
    • Koyukuk River – 425 miles (684 km)
    • Yuki River – 85 miles (137 km)
    • Melozitna River – 135 miles (217 km)
      • Little Melozitna River – 38 miles (61 km)
    • Nowitna River – 250 miles (400 km)
      • Sulatna River – 100 miles (160 km)
      • Titna River – 80 miles (130 km)
        • Sethkokna River – 52 miles (84 km)
      • Susulatna River – 41 miles (66 km)
    • Tozitna River – 83 miles (134 km)
    • Tanana River – 659 miles (1,061 km)
    • Hess Creek – 50 miles (80 km)
    • Ray River – 43 miles (69 km)
    • Dall River – 80 miles (130 km)
    • Hodzana River – 125 miles (201 km)
    • Beaver Creek – 180 miles (290 km)
    • Hadweenzic River – 93 miles (150 km)
    • Birch Creek – 150 miles (240 km)
      • Preacher Creek – 68 miles (109 km)
    • Chandalar River – 100 miles (160 km)
      • East Fork Chandalar River – 175 miles (282 km)
        • North Fork East Fork Chandalar River – 54 miles (87 km)
        • Wind River – 80 miles (130 km)
        • Junjik River – 65 miles (105 km)
      • Middle Fork Chandalar River – 102 miles (164 km)
      • North Fork Chandalar River – 104 miles (167 km)
    • Christian River – 140 miles (230 km)
    • Porcupine River – 569 miles (916 km)
      • Grass River – 39 miles (63 km)
        • Little Black River – 82 miles (132 km)
      • Draanjik River – 160 miles (260 km)
        • Salmon Fork Black River – 90 miles (140 km)
        • Grayling Fork Black River – 80 miles (130 km)
      • Sheenjek River – 200 miles (320 km)
        • Koness River – 72 miles (116 km)
      • Coleen River – 52 miles (84 km)
      • Old Crow River – 175 miles (282 km)
    • Charley River – 88 miles (142 km)
    • Kandik River – 82 miles (132 km)
    • Nation River – 70 miles (110 km)
    • Seventymile River – 58 miles (93 km)
    • Tatonduk River – 70 miles (110 km)
    • Fortymile River – 60 miles (97 km)
      • North Fork Fortymile River – 44 miles (71 km)
        • Middle Fork Fortymile River – 60 miles (97 km)
      • South Fork Fortymile River – 33 miles (53 km)
        • Mosquito Fork – 86 miles (138 km)
        • Dennison Fork – 60 miles (97 km)
    • Sixtymile River – 85 miles (137 km)
    • White River – 200 miles (320 km)
      • Ladue River – 100 miles (160 km)
      • Beaver Creek – 85 miles (137 km)

Bering Sea

The Tangle Lakes in the Alaska Range sit on the divide between the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska watersheds, and are the source of the Delta River
The Tangle Lakes in the Alaska Range sit on the divide between the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska watersheds, and are the source of the Delta River
  • Black River – 90 miles (140 km)
  • Kun River – 65 miles (105 km)
  • Kokechik River – 60 miles (Kashunuk distributary)
  • Kashunuk River – 225 miles (Yukon distributary)
  • Manokinak River – 75 miles (121 km)
  • Azun River – 50 miles (80 km)
  • Joshua Green River - 15 miles (24 km)
  • Ninglick River – 44 miles (71 km)
    • Izaviknek River – 80 miles (130 km)
  • Kolavinarak River – 40 miles (64 km)
  • Kuskokwim River – 724 miles (1,165 km)
    • Eek River – 108 miles (174 km)
    • Johnson River – 215 miles (346 km)
    • Gweek River – 70 miles (110 km)
    • Kwethluk River – 85 miles (137 km)
    • Kisaralik River – 90 miles (140 km)
    • Tuluksak River – 90 miles (140 km)
    • Aniak River – 140 miles (230 km)
    • George River – 80 miles (130 km)
    • Holitna River – 110 miles (180 km)
      • Hoholitna River – 165 miles (266 km)
    • Stony River – 190 miles (310 km)
    • Swift River – 100 miles (160 km)
    • Takotna River – 120 miles (190 km)
      • Nixon Fork – 88 miles (142 km)
    • Middle Fork Kuskokwim River – 130 miles (210 km)
      • Big River – 130 miles (210 km)
    • South Fork Kuskokwim River – 130 miles (210 km)
    • East Fork Kuskokwim River – 40 miles (64 km)
      • Slow Fork – 60 miles (97 km)
      • Tonzona River – 75 miles (121 km)
    • North Fork Kuskokwim River – 150 miles (240 km)
      • Swift Fork – 75 miles (121 km)
  • Kanektok River – 75 miles (121 km)
  • Arolik River – 38 miles (61 km)
  • Goodnews River – 60 miles (97 km)
  • Togiak River – 48 miles (77 km)
  • Igushik River – 50 miles (80 km)
  • Snake River – 45 miles (72 km)
  • Nushagak River – 242 miles (389 km)
  • Kvichak River – 50 miles (80 km)
  • Naknek River – 35 miles (56 km)
    • Savonoski River – 35 miles (56 km)
      • American Creek – 50 miles (80 km)
  • Egegik River (also Ugaguk) – 28 miles (45 km)
  • Dago Creek – 50 miles (80 km)
  • Ugashik River – 43 miles (69 km)
  • Cinder River – 44 miles (71 km)
  • Meshik River – 31 miles (50 km)
  • Caribou River (Alaska) – 50 miles (80 km)

Gulf of Alaska

  • Chignik River – 20 miles (32 km)
  • Aniakchak River – 27 miles (43 km)
  • Ayakulik River – 28 miles (45 km)
  • Karluk River – 24 miles (39 km)
  • Kamishak River – 38 miles (61 km)
  • McNeil River – 22 miles (35 km)
  • McArthur River – 33 miles (53 km)
  • Beluga River – 35 miles (56 km)
The Denali Highway crosses the upper Susitna river
The Denali Highway crosses the upper Susitna river

Southeast Alaska

Alphabetically

The Kasilof River in autumn
The Kasilof River in autumn
Matanuska Glacier in the Chugach Mountains is the source of the Matanuska river
Matanuska Glacier in the Chugach Mountains is the source of the Matanuska river
Buried crossing of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline on the Tanana River
Buried crossing of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline on the Tanana River

See also

Notes

^ A: Notes:

USGS GNIS named streams by Borough or Census Area:[3]

#
Streams
and
GNIS
query
Link
Borough
or
Census Area
58 Aleutians East
139 Aleutians West (CA)
70 Anchorage
469 Bethel (CA)
10 Bristol Bay
275 Denali
189 Dillingham (CA)
367 Fairbanks North Star
38 Haines
103 Hoonah–Angoon (CA)
113 Juneau
398 Kenai Peninsula
101 Ketchikan Gateway
114 Kodiak Island
181 Kusilvak (CA)
267 Lake and Peninsula
607 Matanuska-Susitna
1389 Nome (CA)
653 North Slope
512 Northwest Arctic
56 Petersburg (CA)
139 Prince of Wales–Hyder (CA)
44 Sitka
15 Skagway
590 Southeast Fairbanks (CA)
679 Valdez–Cordova (CA)[needs update]
56 Wrangell
52 Yakutat
1953 Yukon–Koyukuk (CA)
9637 TOTAL

References

  1. ^ Hydrologic Unit Map - State of Alaska (Map). Alaska: United States Geological Survey, United States Department of the Interior. 1987.
  2. ^ "Alaska Hydrologic Survey". Division of Mining, Land and Water; Alaska Department of Natural Resources.
  3. ^ "Named rivers of Alaska". United States Board on Geographic Names, United States Geological Survey, United States Department of the Interior.

General references

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