Wehra

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Wehra
Wehra.jpg
The Wehra in its gorge-like middle reaches
Location Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Reference no. DE: 2314
Physical characteristics
Main source In the Berglewald of Todtmoos, east of the village centre
about 1,080 m above sea level (NN)
47°45′01″N 8°01′47″E / 47.750398°N 8.029758°E / 47.750398; 8.029758
River mouth Near Brennet, borough of Wehr into the Rhine
etwa 283 m above sea level (NN)
47°34′55″N 7°54′13″E / 47.58194°N 7.90361°E / 47.58194; 7.90361Coordinates: 47°34′55″N 7°54′13″E / 47.58194°N 7.90361°E / 47.58194; 7.90361
Length 26.1 km (16.2 mi) [1]
Discharge
  • Location:
    [2]
  • Minimum rate:
    Average low: 680 l/s
  • Average rate:
    3.71 m³/s
  • Maximum rate:
    Average high: 32.84 m³/s
Basin features
Progression RhineNorth Sea
Basin size 114.8 km² [2]
Landmarks
Tributaries
  • Right:
    Rüttebach (main river), Rotmoosbach, Brandbach, Hasel
Waterbodies Reservoirs: Wehra Reservoir

Wehra is a river of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It passes through Todtmoos and Wehr and flows into the Rhine downstream of Bad Säckingen.

See also

References

  1. ^ Map services of the Baden-Württemberg State Office for the Environment, Survey and Conservation (Landesanstalt für Umwelt, Messungen und Naturschutz Baden-Württemberg)
  2. ^ a b Büro Hydrosond, Büro E. Kunk: PSW Atdorf, Fachgutachten Hydrogeologie und Thermalquellen Bad Säckingen (pdf; 2.3 MB), 2010, p. 39


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