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Naoli River

The 596-kilometre (370 mi) long Naoli (Chinese: 挠力河) River flows through Heilongjiang Province in northeast China and is the longest[citation needed] tributary to the river Ussuri, located on the Sanjiang Plain.[1]


  1. ^ Nagao, Seiya; Yan, Baixing; Kim, Vladimir I.; Shesterkin, Vladimir P.; Leveshina, Svetlana I.; Yoh, Muneoki; Suzuki, Tomoyo; Kodama, Hiroki; Terashima, Motoki; Seki, Osamu; Makhinov, Alexey N. (2 December 2014). "Water Chemistry of the Middle Amur River". In Haruyama, Shigeko; Shiraiwa, Takayuki (eds.). Environmental Change and the Social Response in the Amur River Basin. Springer Japan. p. 106. Retrieved 1 February 2024.

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