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Mronga Congo

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Congo River
Zaire River
The Congo River near Kisangani, Congo
The drainage basin of the Congo River
Physical characteristics
SourceLualaba River
 • locationBoyoma Falls
 • elevation1,590 m (5,220 ft)
MouthAtlantic Ocean
 • coordinates
06°04′27″S 12°26′59.99″E / 6.07417°S 12.4499972°E / -6.07417; 12.4499972
Length4,700 km (2,900 mi)
Basin size4,014,500 km2 (1,550,000 sq mi)[1]
Width 
 • minimum200 m (660 ft) (Lower Congo); 1,440 m (4,720 ft) (Middle Congo)[2][3][4]
 • maximum19,000 m (62,000 ft) (mouth)
Depth 
 • average12 m (39 ft) to 75 m (246 ft) (Lower Congo); 5 m (16 ft) to 22 m (72 ft) (Middle Congo)[2][3][4]
 • maximum219.5 m (720 ft) (Lower Congo); 50 m (160 ft) (Middle Congo)[2][3][4]
Discharge 
 • locationAtlantic Ocean (near mouth)
 • average41,200 m3/s (1,450,000 cu ft/s)[1]
 • minimum23,000 m3/s (810,000 cu ft/s)[1]
 • maximum75,000 m3/s (2,600,000 cu ft/s)[1]
Basin features
Tributaries 
 • leftLubudi, Lomami, Lulonga, Ikelemba, Ruki, Kasai, Inkisi
 • rightLufira, Luvua, Lukuga, Luama, Elila, Ulindi, Lowa, Maiko, Lindi, Aruwimi, Itimbiri, Mongala, Ubangi, Sangha, Likouala, Alima, Léfini

Mronga Congo, mronga kwa Afrika.

Ukaboni[lemba | kulemba source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named bossche
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Discharge and Other Hydraulic Measurements for Characterizing the Hydraulics of Lower Congo River". 2009.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Velocity Mapping in the Lower Congo River: A First Look at the Unique Bathymetry and Hydrodynamics of Bulu Reach, West Central Africa". 2009.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "Multi-threaded Congo River channel hydraulics: Field-based characterisation and representation in hydrodynamic models" (PDF). 2020.