Paidugina

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Paidugina

 

a river in Tomsk Oblast, RSFSR, a right tributary of the Ket’ (Ob’ River basin). It is 458 km long and drains an area of 8,790 sq km. Originating in Lake Okunevoe (area, 6.3 sq km) on the Ob’-Enisei water drainage divide, it flows to the southwest. It is fed primarily by snow. There is high water in May and June. The mean flow rate 177 km from the mouth is 47 cu m per sec. The Paidugina freezes in late October or in November and the ice breaks up in late April or the first half of May.

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