Daubikhe

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Daubikhe

 

a river in Primor’e Krai, RSFSR. It is the left tributary of the Ussuri River. The Daubikhe is formed by the merging of the Erl’dagou and Tudagou rivers, which originate in the southern spurs of the Sikhote Alin’ Range. Length, 190 km; basin area, 7,060 sq km. The Daubikhe flows through a broad valley in a tectonic depression. It is fed mainly by rainfall. The average yearly water discharge in an average current (at the village of Iakovlevka) is approximately 50 m3/sec. The river is suitable for floating timber. The city of Arsen’ev is situated on the Daubikhe.

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