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Nazko River
Location
CountryCanada
ProvinceBritish Columbia
Physical characteristics
SourceFraser Plateau
MouthWest Road River
 • location
Fraser Plateau
 • coordinates
53°7′36″N 123°34′0″W / 53.12667°N 123.56667°W / 53.12667; -123.56667[1]
 • elevation
800 m (2,600 ft)[2]
Discharge 
 • locationabove Michelle Creek[3]
 • average4.90 m3/s (173 cu ft/s)[3]
 • minimum0.106 m3/s (3.7 cu ft/s)
 • maximum88.0 m3/s (3,110 cu ft/s)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 • leftClisbako River
 • rightSnaking River

The Nazko River is a tributary of the West Road River, one of the main tributaries of the Fraser River, in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It flows through the Fraser Plateau region west of Quesnel.

The name "Nazko" comes from Ndazkoh (Ndaz – meaning ″from the south″ and koh – meaning ″River″) a Dakelh (Carrier) word meaning "river flowing from the south".[4]

Course

The Nazko River originates in a boggy area of many lakes on the Fraser Plateau, around 52°20′N 123°30′W / 52.333°N 123.500°W / 52.333; -123.500. It flows generally north. Ross Creek joins just before the Nazko River flows through a series of lakes, including Nazko Lake, Tanilkul Lake, Nastachi Lake, Tzazati Lake, and Tchusiniltil Lake.[5] The river also flows through Nazko Lake Provincial Park in this area. Goering Creek joins from the east, Anoko Creek from the west. The Nazko River turns to the east and Brown Creek joins from the north. Then the river plummets over Nazko Falls.[6] Tautri Creek joins just before the Nazko resumes its northernly direction. As it flows north the river collects Wentworth Creek from the east and the Clisbako River from the southwest.[7] The Nazko flows by Marmot Lake and Stump Lake as it enters the Nazko First Nation's Indian Reserve and the community of Nazko.[8]

North of the town of Nazko the river is joined by Redwater Creek from the west, then the Snaking River from the southeast.[9] Shortly after that the Nazko reaches its confluence with the West Road River.[10]

History

The Nazko River is within of the tradition lands of the Chuntezni’i, Euchinico, and Lhoosk'uzt'en bands of the Dakelh people.[4] Today the Nazko First Nation includes Indian Reserves around the community of Nazko, British Columbia.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Nazko River". BC Geographical Names.
  2. ^ Elevation derived from ASTER Global Digital Elevation Model, using GeoLocator, and BCGNIS coordinates
  3. ^ a b "Archived Hydrometric Data Search". Water Survey of Canada. Archived from the original on 24 December 2010. Retrieved 18 August 2013. Search for Station 08KF001 Nazko River above Michelle Creek
  4. ^ a b "Nazko History". Nazko Community Association. Retrieved 18 August 2013.
  5. ^ "Nazko Lake". BC Geographical Names.
  6. ^ "Nazko Falls". BC Geographical Names.
  7. ^ "Clisbako River". BC Geographical Names.
  8. ^ "Nazko". BC Geographical Names.
  9. ^ "Snaking River". BC Geographical Names.
  10. ^ Course information in part from Nazko River, Canadian 1:50K topographic maps
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