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.