Ak-Suu River (Syr Darya)
The Ak-Suu River near the village of Choyunchu (formerly called Jenish). Leilek District, Kyrgyzstan.
|Main source||Turkestan Range|
|River mouth||Syr Darya
|Length||approx. 116 km (72 mi)|
|River system||Syr Darya|
|Basin size||753 km2 (291 sq mi)|
The Ak-Suu River (Kyrgyz: Ак-Суу) is a left tributary of the Syr Darya, flowing through Batken Province of Kyrgyzstan and Sughd Province of Tajikistan. The river is formed at the north slopes of Turkestan Range. It flows into the river Syr Darya near the town Nau in northern Tajikistan. The main settlements on the river are the village Ak-Suu in Kyrgyzstan and the town Nau in Tajikistan.
The basic hydrological characteristics are: watershed - 753 km2 (291 sq mi), annual average flow rate - 3.8 m3/s (130 cu ft/s),
- Ошская область: Энциклопедия [Osh Oblast Encyclopedia] (in Russian). Frunze: Chief Editorial Board of Kyrgyz Soviet Encyclopedia. 1994. p. 445.
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