Kanozero is a lake in the Murmansk region , located in the southwest of the Kola Peninsula . It belongs to the White Sea basin , is connected with it by the Umba River, on which, in fact, it is located. Lake food is mostly snowy. The rivers Umba , Muna and Kana flow into the lake. Two branches of the Umba flow out: Kitsa (Padun threshold) and Rodving (Kanozersky threshold), which 10 km downstream will flow into Lake Ponchozero .  Ice freezing in October-November, ice drift in May-early June. The lake is also known for Kanozero petroglyphs . Surface area - 84.3 km². The catchment area is 4920 km². Altitude - 52 m.
|Absolute height||52 m|
|Dimensions||32 × 6 km|
|Pool area||4920 km²|
|Flowing rivers||Umba , Muna , Kana|
|The subject of the Russian Federation||Murmansk region|
- Surface Water Resources of the USSR: Hydrological Understanding. T. 1. Kola Peninsula / ed. Yu.A. Yelshin. - L .: Gidrometeoizdat, 1969 .-- 134 p.
- Topographic map