Cochrane River

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Cochrane River
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Cochrane River in the Aysén Region
Country Chile
Basin features
Main source Cochrane Lake
River mouth Baker River
Physical characteristics
Length 11 mi (18 km)

The Cochrane River is a short river of Chile located in the Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo Region. It is the outlet of Cochrane Lake and empties into the Baker River. The town of Cochrane is situated along the river.

The Cochrane River was named after Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald who served in the Chilean Navy during the war of independence.

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Coordinates: 47°15′S 72°30′W / 47.25°S 72.50°W / -47.25; -72.50