Tipasjärvi

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Tipasjärvi
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Tipasjärvi
Coordinates 63°57′N29°05′E / 63.950°N 29.083°E / 63.950; 29.083
Type Lake
Primary inflows Myllyjoki
Catchment area Oulujoki
Basin  countries Finland
Surface area10.972 km2 (4.236 sq mi)
Average depth3.83 m (12.6 ft)
Max. depth25 m (82 ft)
Water volume41.4 hm3 (33,600 acre⋅ft)
Shore length157.35 km (35.64 mi)
Surface elevation193.1 m (634 ft)
FrozenDecember–April
Islands Vuorissaari, Huuskonsaari
SettlementsSotkamo
References [1]
1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

Tipasjärvi, is a medium-sized lake including two lakes (Iso Tipasjärvi and Pieni Tipasjärvi) in the Oulujoki main catchment area. It is located in the region Kainuu. [1] This contains many small islands, including Vuorissaari and Huuskonsaari.

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References

  1. 1 2 Tipasjärvi in the Jarviwiki Web Service. Retrieved 2014-03-06. (in English)