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Tigris
Tigris river in Baghdad
Turkey, Syria, Iraq
Armenian Highlands
Elazığ, Diyarbakır, Mosul, Baghdad
PinagkukuananLake Hazar[1]
 - kinamumugtakanGölardı, Turkey
 - tagboan38°29′0″N 39°25′0″E / 38.48333°N 39.41667°E / 38.48333; 39.41667
 - kalangkawan1,150 m (3,770 ft)
BungangaShatt al-Arab
 - kinamumugtakan
Al-Qurnah, Iraq
 - tagboan
31°0′18″N 47°26′31″E / 31.00500°N 47.44194°E / 31.00500; 47.44194Tagboan: 31°0′18″N 47°26′31″E / 31.00500°N 47.44194°E / 31.00500; 47.44194
 - Kalangkawan
1 m (3.3 ft)
Laba1,900 km (1,200 mi)
Sukol kan basin375,000 km2 (145,000 sq mi)
Diskarga 
 - kinamumugtakanBaghdad
 - katampatan1,014 m3/s (35,800 cu ft/s)
 - pinakasagad-baba337 m3/s (11,900 cu ft/s)
 - pinakasagad-taas2,779 m3/s (98,100 cu ft/s)
Mga pigpapahiling kan basin
PagpapadagosShatt al-ArabPersian Gulf
Sistema kan salogTigris–Euphrates river system
Mga sanga nin salog 
 - walaGarzan, Botan, Khabur, Greater Zab, Lesser Zab, 'Adhaim, Cizre, Diyala
 - tuoWadi Tharthar
[2][3]
Mosul, on the bank of the Tigris, 1861

An Tigris iyo an yaon sa subangan kan duwang salog na naglaladawan sa Mesopotamia, an saro iyo an Eufrates. An salog nagbubulos pasiring sa habagatan gikan sa bukid kan Armenian Highlands sa paagi kan desyerto na Syrian asin Arabian Deserts, asin mina-emptypasiring sa Golpo kan Persia.

Toltolan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

  1. Nicoll, Kathleen. "Geomorphic Evolution of the Upper Basin of the Tigris River, Turkey". University of Utah. 
  2. Isaev, V.A.; Mikhailova, M.V. (2009). "The hydrology, evolution, and hydrological regime of the mouth area of the Shatt al-Arab River". Water Resources 36 (4): 380–395. doi:10.1134/S0097807809040022. 
  3. Kolars, J.F.; Mitchell, W.A. (1991). The Euphrates River and the Southeast Anatolia Development Project. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press. pp. 6–8. ISBN 0-8093-1572-6.