Dzhida


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Dzhida

 

a mountain range in southwestern Transbaikalia, on the border between the Buriat ASSR and the Mongolian People’s Republic. Length, approximately 350 km; altitude, up to 2,636 m. It is composed of granite and metamorphosed rock. On the northern slopes at altitudes up to 1,700 m there is larch and larch-cedar taiga, with only cedar higher up. The southern slopes are covered by a larch forest-steppe, with larch forests at higher altitudes.


Dzhida

 

a river in the Buriat ASSR, a left tributary of the Selenga. It measures 567 km long and drains an area of 23,500 sq km. The river originates on the southern slopes of the western part of the Khamar-Daban Range, flowing parallel to the Dzhida Range. In the upper reaches, the Dzhida has violent rapids and flows through a canyon-like valley; lower down, the river alternately narrows and widens. Fed mainly by rain, the river is used for floating timber. The mean annual flow rate at the mouth is 60 cu m per sec.

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