Uda River (Khabarovsk Krai)


Catchment of the Uda

The Uda (Russian Уда, also called Ud ) is a 457 km long river in the Far East of Russia.

It rises in the Khabarovsk region on the northern edge of the Dschagdygebirges and flows easily in a northeasterly direction to the Okhotsk Sea, a marginal sea of ​​the northwestern Pacific. In Tschumikan the Uda opens into the Udabucht, the westernmost part of the sea. East of the Udamündung are the Shantar Islands.

The catchment area of ​​the Uda comprises 61,300 km ². Their average water flow is 510 m³ / s The river is frozen from late October / early November to May.

In the river spawning salmon.