Danube river – hydrology

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The Danube River, spanning 2,850 kilometers, forms the eastern border of Liberland, running alongside Serbia. This vital international waterway passing through or bordering Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Liberland, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, and Ukraine, before reaching the Black Sea. Along its Liberland border, it typically measures 300 to 600 meters in width, serving as a crucial natural boundary and transportation route.

Below you can find some useful data like height of the Danube next to and around Liberland, on links you can find water flow, temperature, rate of rising or falling. Hydrology data are extracted from Croatian, Serbian and Hungarian hydrometeorology sites.

LEO is striving to promptly furnish independent hydrological data gathered directly from a test point within Liberland.


Hydrology – Serbia

Source: Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia

Bezdan

Water stage: 224 cm
Change of water stage: 20 cm
River flow: 2530 m3/s
Water temperature: 19.5 °C
Hydrology Bezdan- Water stage for later 10 days and 7 days extents
Hydrology Bezdan- Diagram of characteristic water stages for perennial period with water stages graph for current year

Apatin

Water stage: 312 cm
Change of water stage: 10 cm
River flow: m3/s
Water temperature: 19.6 °C
Hydrology Apatin - Water stage for later 10 days and 7 days extents
Hydrology Apatin - Diagram of characteristic water stages for perennial period with water stages graph for current year

Hydrology Croatia

Source: Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service

Batina


Hydrology Hunagary

Source: Hungarian Hydrological Forecasting Service

Mohacs

Hydrology Mohacs

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