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The hydrological forecasting system will be expanded and upgraded on the Amur River.

The expansion and modernization of the hydrological forecasting system continues in the basin of the Amur River in the territories of the Khabarovsk Territory, the Amur Region and the Jewish Autonomous Region, the press service of the head of the Khabarovsk Territory reports.

To date, the construction of 25 new automatic hydrological complexes has been completed. Another 5, according to plan, will begin work by mid-August.

11 such objects are installed on the section of the Amur River from the village. Dzhalinda of the Amur region to the village. Bogorodskoe of the Khabarovsk Territory, 12 - in the basins of the Zeya and Bureya reservoirs. Also, 7 automatic hydroelectric complexes in the Khor river basin in the Khabarovsk Territory were restored, which suffered from last year's floods. The cost of each object is about 2 million rubles. Funds are allocated from the federal budget.

The new equipment will allow monitoring the water level at a given frequency - it will be possible to receive the necessary data from all areas at the same time at any time and in a fully automatic mode. Such a possibility is very important for prompt delivery of full-fledged hydrological information to state authorities, the Ministry of Emergencies and the population.

In addition, the restoration of 35 gauging stations damaged by the 2013 flood of the year continues. This work is planned to be fully completed by September.

In addition, a new, modern center for the collection, processing and visualization of all hydrological data worth 40 million rubles has already been created on the basis of the Far Eastern UGMS. Its task is to analyze and predict water level changes in the Amur as accurately as possible.

Additionally, Dalhydromet has signed a contract for the supply of two mobile hydrochemical laboratories, one of which will go to the regional capital in a month. It can be delivered to any locality of the Khabarovsk Territory for the study of water quality.

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