The Mackenzie River Delta • • Image Gallery

The Mackenzie River Delta and the Beaufort Sea are captured in this Image of the Day from the NASA Earth Observatory. The Mackenzie River Delta is the longest north-flowing river in North America and serves as the leading source of freshwater flowing into the Arctic Ocean. The amount of freshwater in the Arctic Ocean is directly related to the amount and extent of sea ice cover.

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