Yaskaksu

20 km
Swimming pool
130 km²
Water consumption
0.12 m³ / s estuary - Watercourse Istok T

· Location
Turkestan Range, Osmondjiaylau tract
· Altitude - about 2500 m
· Coordinates: 39 ° 42′50 ″ with w 68 ° 36′54 ″ in dHGYaO - Estuary
T - Burahansay
· Location
near the village of Dzharkutan - · Altitude - about 1480 m
· Coordinates - 39 ° 45′35 ″ with w 68 ° 47′16 ″ in dNGYA
LocationCountry
Tajikistan Tajikistan
Region - Sogd region
source - Yaskaksu - mountain river sai [com 1] in the Sogd region of Tajikistan, the largest left tributary Byurahansaya [1] - Content - 1 General description - 2 River flow - 3 Inflows to Yaskaksu - 4 Notes - 5 Literature - General description - The length of Yaskaksu is 20 km, basin area - 130 km² Snow river feeding [com 2] The flood period lasts from April to August The average annual water flow measured at the mouth is 0.12 m³ / s In the lower reaches, water is taken for irrigation of crops near the village of Shakhristan [1]
The course of the river
Yaskaksu originates on the northern slope of the Turkestan ridge, in the tract Osmongjaylyau near the border of Tajikistan with Uzbekistan, part one hundred and in the upper reaches it comes from Uzbekistan, at an altitude of 2500 m [1] [2] The general direction of the current is east, in some sections the river slopes to the north in some places or to the south In the upper reaches it flows through juniper forests
On the banks of the Yaskaksu villages of Yaskak, Kulikutan and Dzharkutan On the border of the latter flows the name Shuhristansay, the name Burahansaya in the middle reaches Kumysolechnika is located near the mouth [2]
Tributaries to Yaskaksu
In the upper reaches of Yaskaksu it receives mainly seasonal tributaries [2] On the territory of the village Yaska the largest left tributary flows into the river - Kurgantepa 39 ° 45′25 ″ with w 68 ° 43′48 ″ in DGGYAO, in the village of Kulikutan - the largest right tributary Kulikutansay 39 ° 45′27 ″ with w 68 ° 44′01 ″ in ÄÃÃßÎ [1] [2]
Notes
Comments
↑ Sayas in Central Asia are ravines with permanent or temporary streams, as well as streams in particular, relatively small rivers experiencing sharp seasonal fluctuations in full-flow or drying up
↑ The largest right tributary of Jaskaksu - the Kurghantepa River is formed mainly by springs
Sources
↑ 1 2 3 4 Yaskaksuv - National Encyclopedia of Uzbekistan - Tashkent, 2000-2005 Uzbek | ↑ 1 2 3 4 Map sheet J-42-6 Shakhristan Scale: 1: 100 000 Status of the terrain for 1952 Edition of 1962 - Literature - Yaskaksuv - National Encyclopedia of Uzbekistan - Tashkent, 2000-2005


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