The Amur-Heilong is the largest river basin in northeast Asia. It flows eastwards from the Mongolian Plateau through 13 provinces of Mongolia, China, and Russia. The Amur-Heilong River is one of the world's largest free-flowing rivers at approximately 4,444 kilometers in length and its watershed exceeds 2 million square kilometers.Show more
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Amur Informational Center
The Amur information center is a specialized web portal for granting to all interested organizations and people free access to geographical data, reference information, expert opinions, reports, multimedia archives and other data on the Amur ecoregional complex.
This complex covers more than 2.1 million sq.km – all basin of Amur river and basins of the rivers directly falling to Sea of Japan and the Sea of Okhotsk from Tumannaya river to Uda river. Amur Info Center is created for implementation of the Conservation Action Plan for the Russian Far East Ecoregion Complex, to combine an efforts of public organizations, scientific institutes and government institutions.