Siligir

Siligir

 

a river in the Yakut ASSR; a right tributary of the Ol-enek River. The Siligir is 344 km long and drains an area of 13,400 sq km. It originates in and flows within the Middle Siberian Plateau. The average flow rate at the mouth is approximately 70 cu m per sec. The Siligir is fed by rain and snow. It freezes in early October, and the ice breaks up in the second half of May. [23–1071–]

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2] at its core, and inhabits the basins of the Siligir, Muna, Severnaya, Motorchuna, Molodo, and Olenek Rivers (Fig.
The basic winter range includes the basins of the Siligir, Muna, Severnaya, and Motorchuna Rivers that provide plentiful winter forage.