The Tom River (Russian: Томь, IPA: [tomʲ], Shor: Том) is a river in Russia, a right tributary of the Ob River in Central Siberia. Its watershed lies within the Republic of Khakassia, Kemerovo Oblast, and Tomsk Oblast.
Tom near Novokuznetsk
Map of the Tom River watershed
|Region||Kemerovo Oblast, Republic of Khakassia, Tomsk Oblast|
|Cities||Seversk, Tomsk, Yurga, Kemerovo, Novokuznetsk, Mezhdurechensk|
|Source||Levaya Tom River|
|2nd source||Pravaya Tom River|
|⁃ location||Abakan range|
|Ob River, Tomsk Oblast|
|Length||827 km (514 mi)|
|Basin size||62,030 km2 (23,950 sq mi)|
|⁃ left||Aba River (Russia), Condom River, Mras-Su River, Unga River, Iskitimka River|
|⁃ right||Belsu River, Taydon River, Nizhnaya Ters River, Srednaya Ters River, Verchnaya Ters River, Usa River (Kemerovo Oblast), Basandayka River, Ushayka River|
The river is 827 kilometers (514 mi) long. It flows from the Abakan Range (a northern continuation of the Altai Mountains) northward through the Kuznetsk Basin. It joins the Ob approximately 50 kilometers (31 mi) north of Tomsk.
The Aba people live near the Tom River.
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Tom river near Tomsk
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