Keith Harrison and Mary Chapman described strong evidence for a lake in the eastern part of Valles Marineris, especially in Coprates Chasma. It would have had an average depth of only 842 m—much smaller than the 5–10 km depth of parts of Valles Marineris. Still, its volume of 110,000 cubic meters would be comparable to Earth’s Caspian and Black Seas. (wikipedia entry)
A chasma is a deep, elongated, steep-sided depression. On Mars they are named after the nearest named albedo feature on the Schiaparelli or Antoniadi maps.