Brahmaputra–Tsangpo from Rivers of the World dataset
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Source dataset: Rivers of the World dataset, curated by  simple john

  About Brahmaputra–Tsangpo

Brahmaputra–Tsangpo is the 2nd largest river by average discharge rate in Asia at 19,800 m3/s.

Brahmaputra–Tsangpo is a 3,848-km long (2,391 miles) river that drains from a 712,035-km2 wide basin in India (58.0% of river), China (19.7%), Nepal (9.0%), Bangladesh (6.6%), Disputed India/China (4.2%) and Bhutan (2.4%).

The average volume of water flow is 19,800 m3/3 and the river flows out into Ganges River.


 Compare Brahmaputra–Tsangpo with Amur–Argun–Kherlen (Heilong Jiang) from Asia.

 Compare Brahmaputra–Tsangpo with Red (Asia) from Asia.

  Data: Brahmaputra–Tsangpo 

Rivers of the World dataset

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