Alabuga River

Alabuga River
Country Kyrgyzstan
Location Kosh-Dobo, Jergetal
Main source Fergana Range, Torugart Too
River mouth Naryn River
41°25′50″N 74°41′22″E / 41.4306°N 74.6895°E / 41.4306; 74.6895Coordinates: 41°25′50″N 74°41′22″E / 41.4306°N 74.6895°E / 41.4306; 74.6895
River system Syr Darya
Basin size 5,880 km2 (2,270 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length approx. 180 km (110 mi)
  • Average rate:
    Annual average::31 m3/s (1,100 cu ft/s)

The Alabuga (Kyrgyz: Алабуга дарыясы) is a left tributary of the Naryn River in Naryn Region of Kyrgyzstan. The river is formed on the north slopes of the Torugart Too range and the south slopes of the Djaman Too mountains .

The basic hydrological characteristics are: a watershed of 5,880 square kilometres (2,270 sq mi), an average elevation of 3,290 metres (10,790 ft), an annual average flow rate of 31 cubic metres per second (1,100 cu ft/s), and an average specific discharge of 8.35 l/s•km².[1]

Settlements located along the banks of Alabuga River include Kosh-Dobo, Jergetal and Kongorchok.


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