Chulutyn-Gol

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Chulutyn-Gol

 

a river in Mongolia; the main tributary of the Ider River of the Selenga basin. The Chulutyn-Gol flows into the Ider from the right. It is 415 km long and drains an area of approximately 20,000 sq km. The river rises on the northern slopes of the Khangai. High water occurs in the summer. The mean flow rate is estimated to be 25 cu m per sec. The Chulutyn-Gol freezes over for five or six months. It is nonnavigable.

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