Irgiz River (Kazakhstan)


The Irgis (Russian Иргиз ) is a right tributary of Turgai in Kazakhstan.

The Irgis originates on the eastern slopes of Mugodschar Mountains in Kazakhstan Aktobe region. It flows mainly in a southerly direction to its confluence with the Turgai. The Irgis has a length of 593 km and drains an area of ​​31,600 km ². The Irgis is mainly fed by snowmelt. In summer, the river drops in parts dry. Between November and April the river is covered with ice. At the mouth of the mean discharge of 7.56 m³ / s