|Lake type||intermittent endorheic|
|Primary inflows||Beaver and Sevier Rivers|
|Basin countries||United States|
Sevier Lake (pronounced /sɛˈviːr/) is an intermittent and endorheic lake which lies in the lowest part of the Sevier Desert, Millard County, Utah. The State of Utah (ˈjuːtɔː or) is a western state of the United States. A lake (from Latin lacus) is a Terrain feature (or Physical feature) a body of Liquid on the surface of a world that is localized to the In Dynamical systems intermittency is the alternation of phases of apparently periodic and chaotic dynamics An endorheic basin (from Greek endo ‘inside’ + rhein ‘to flow’ also terminal or closed basin) is a closed Drainage basin In Hydrology, the inflow of a Body of water is the source of the Water in the body of water The Sevier River (sɛˈviːr is a river approximately 280 mi (450 km long in southwestern Utah in the United States. A drainage basin is an extent of Land where Water from Rain or Snow melt drains downhill into a body of water such as a River, An endorheic basin (from Greek endo ‘inside’ + rhein ‘to flow’ also terminal or closed basin) is a closed Drainage basin Like Great Salt Lake and Utah Lake, it is one of the largest remnants of Lake Bonneville which covered much of the state in prehistoric times. Great Salt Lake, located in the northern part of the US state of Utah, is the largest salt lake in the western hemisphere the fourth-largest terminal Utah Lake, at, is the largest natural Freshwater Lake in the state of Utah and a remnant of the Prehistoric Lake Bonneville, which Lake Bonneville was a prehistoric Pluvial lake that covered much of North America 's Great Basin region Stone Age Paleolithic See also Paleolithic, Recent African Origin, Early Homo sapiens, Early human migrations "Paleolithic" Sevier Lake is fed primarily by the Beaver and Sevier Rivers and has been mostly dry throughout recorded history. The Sevier River (sɛˈviːr is a river approximately 280 mi (450 km long in southwestern Utah in the United States.
The first recorded observation was in 1872, which stated that the lake's surface area was 188 square miles, salinity was measured at 86 parts per thousand, two and a half times that of the ocean, and maximum depth was 15 feet. Year 1872 ( MDCCCLXXII) was a Leap year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Leap year In January 1880 the lake was nearly dry, and had been so for the past one or two years. Year 1880 ( MDCCCLXXX) was a Leap year starting on Thursday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Leap year The Sevier River which once flowed to the lake is now largely diverted for irrigation. In 1987 however, the lake was again similar to the recorded description of 1872. Year 1987 ( MCMLXXXVII) was a Common year starting on Thursday (link displays 1987 Gregorian calendar)