Dubysa


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Dubysa

 

a river in the Lithuanian SSR, a right tributary of the Nemunas (Neman) River. Length, 146 km; basin area, 2,070 sq km. Rising in the ŽemaiĎiu Upland near the city of Siauliai, the Dubysa in its upper reaches is linked by a canal with the V’anta (Venta) River. The river is used for floating timber; the city of Ariogala is located on its banks.

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System Series Stage Age Regional Beds Period Epoch stage SILURIAN PRIDOLI JURA MINIJA Varniai Silale LUDLOW LUDFORDIAN PAGEGIAI DUBYSA GORSTIAN System Series Biozones Period Epoch Graptolites Conodonts SILURIAN PRIDOLI N.
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