|location||British Columbia (Canada)|
|River system||Wannock River|
|Drain over||Wannock River → Pacific Ocean|
Rivers Inlet ( Pacific Ocean )
|Height difference||15 m|
|Bottom slope||2.5 ‰|
|Catchment area||4140 km²|
A Eo : 3900 km²
Location: 6 km above the mouth
|321 m³ / s
82.3 l / (s km²)
The Wannock River forms the 6 km long drain of Owikeno Lake to Rivers Inlet , a fjord on the central west coast of British Columbia that opens up to Fitz Hugh Sound . The Wannock River drains the high Owikeno Lake at its western end and flows in a westerly direction to Rivers Inlet. On the north bank is the settlement of Oweekeno , the center of the Wuikinuxv Nation (Owikeno). The catchment area covers 4140 km². The mean discharge is 321 m³ / s. Between June and August the river carries the largest amounts of water.
- Janvier Doire: Owikeno Lake Hydroacoustic Survey 2016 (PDF, 4.2 MB) Skeena Fisheries Commission. Retrieved June 14, 2018.
- Government of Canada: Historical Hydrometric Data Search Results: Station 08FA002