Dubysa

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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

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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Retention in Dubysa river (subcatchment #4) with the highest hydraulic load (24.84 m [yr.sup.-1]) was low - 15.8%.
In the present land of Samogitia very clearly marked the Nemunas catchment area together with the Nevezis, Neris, Jura, Dubysa Rivers and its secondary and terciary tributaries.