Chong-Kemin River

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Chong-Kemin River
Чоң-Кемин дарыясы
Chon-Kemin.JPG
Chong-Kemin River. View from Ozernyi Pass.
Location
CountryKyrgyzstan
RegionChuy Province
DistrictKemin District
Physical characteristics
MouthChu River
 - location
Boom Gorge, Kemin District, Chuy Province, Kyrgyzstan
 - coordinates
42°41′28.3″N 75°53′27.9″E / 42.691194°N 75.891083°E / 42.691194; 75.891083Coordinates: 42°41′28.3″N 75°53′27.9″E / 42.691194°N 75.891083°E / 42.691194; 75.891083
Length116 km (72 mi)
Basin size1,890 km2 (730 sq mi)
Discharge 
 - locationmouth
 - average21.7 m3/s (770 cu ft/s)
 - minimum7.18 m3/s (254 cu ft/s)
 - maximum83.7 m3/s (2,960 cu ft/s)

The Chong-Kemin River (Kyrgyz: Чоң-Кемин дарыясы, Çoñ-Kemin darıyası) is a river in Kemin District of Chuy Province of Kyrgyzstan. It is a right tributary of the Chu River in Boom Gorge.

It has a length of 116 kilometres (72 mi) with a basin area of 1,890 square kilometres (730 sq mi).

Bibliography[edit]

  • Chuy Oblast Encyclopedia. Kyrgyz Encyclopedia Chief Editorial Board. Bishkek, 1994 (in Kyrgyz and Russian). ISBN 5-89750-083-5