The Kettle River Basin has an area of 3,200 square miles and is located in the southwest corner of the Kootenay study region. The eastern part of the basin is mountainous, with the Monashee Mountains rising to elevations of up to 7,700 feet. West of the Kettle River the more subdued topography of the Okanagan Highland marks the transition between the Monashees and the Interior Plateau. A map of the Kettle River Basin is shown in Figure 9-1.
BC Ministry of Environment. 1977. Kootenay Study Comprehensive Regional Study: Phase I, Region 9, Kettle Water Quality Study. BC Ministry of Environment
Keywords: Kettle River
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