Lozva is a river in Russia , flows through the territory of the Garinsky and Ivdelsky urban districts of the Sverdlovsk region , the left component of the Tavda River .
|Swimming pool||17 800 km²|
|Water consumption||135.3 m³ / s (37 km from the mouth)|
|• Location||Ridge Stone Belt|
|• Height||885.1 m|
|• Location||719 km on the left bank, merger with Sosva|
|• Height||56 m|
|Water system||Tavda → Tobol → Irtysh → Ob → Kara Sea|
|Areas||Garinsky urban district , Ivdelsky urban district|
It originates on the eastern slope of the Belt Stone ridge, from Lunthusaptur Lake, which is located on the slopes of Mount Otorten in the Northern Urals . It flows to the southeast among the marshes of the West Siberian Plain . The river has a typically mountainous character with rifts alternating with reaches and pits.
The food is mixed, with a predominance of snow. The average annual water flow is 37.3 km from the mouth of about 135.3 m³ / s  . It freezes in October - early November, opens in late April - early May.
The largest tributaries: on the left - Pynovka , Bolshaya Evva , Ponil ; on the right is Ivdel .
It is navigable 328 km from the mouth to the mouth of the Ivdel River.
Siberian grayling , taimen , burbot , pike , dace , perch , tugun are found in the river.
- 1 Hydrology
- 2 tributaries
- 3 Water registry data
- 4 Topographic maps
- 5 notes
- 6 References
The average monthly water discharge in the river (m³ / s) in the area of the village of Shaburovo (37 km from the mouth) from 1968 to 1981 
(km from the mouth)
- 8.4 km: Sinturka
- 24 km: Sholchina
- 70 km: Dulkova
- 74 km: Ilyushka
- 107 km: Likina
- 127 km: Talma
- 152 km: Cindea
- 173 km: Arya
- 214 km: Ponil
- 221 km: Vatkul
- 225 km: Big Eva
- 241 km: Shashourya
- 246 km: Lacha
- 273 km: Kashya
- 274 km: Lyavdinka
- 281 km: Unsha
- 289 km: North Wensha
- 312 km: Arya
- 316 km: Pynovka
- 331 km: Nikitinka
- 332 km: Ivdel
- 356 km: Yelovka
- 359 km: Manya
- 381 km: Big Tata
- 394 km: Greater Umpia
- 401 km: Tynja
- 430 km: Talitsa
- 439 km: Carpia
- 461 km: Big Harpy
- 462 km: Lesser Harpy
- 468 km: Surpia
- 471 km: Lulva
- 496 km: Vizhay
- 501 km: North Toshemka
- 508 km: Kotlia
- 515 km: Big Manya
- 515 km: Malaya Manya
- 520 km: Vitimyatiya
- 522 km: Tosamya
- 536 km: Ushma
- 552 km: Estuary
- 564 km: Auspia
- 588 km: Akhtyl
- 594 km: Harsos
- 607 km: Sulpa
Water registry data
According to the Russian State Water Register, it belongs to the Irtysh Basin District , the water sector of the river is Tavda from source to mouth, without the Sosva River from source to water gauge at the village of Morozkovo, the river river basin is Tobol. The river basin of the river is the Irtysh  .
- Map sheet P-40-83.84 p. Auspie . Scale: 1: 100,000. Status of the terrain for 1963. 1981 edition
- Map sheet P-41-97.98 Spike . Scale: 1: 100,000. State of the terrain for 1983. 1987 edition
- Map sheet P-41-109,110 Midnight . Scale: 1: 100,000. State of the terrain for 1983. 1987 edition
- Map sheet P-41-121,122 Catherine . Scale: 1: 100,000. State of the terrain for 1983. 1988 edition
- Map sheet P-41-133.134 Maslovo . Scale: 1: 100,000. State of the terrain for 1983. 1987 edition
- Card sheet P-41-135,136 Scale: 1: 100,000. State of the terrain for 1983. 1988 edition
- Map sheet O-41-4 Likino . Scale: 1: 100,000. 1981 edition.
- Map sheet O-41-5 Winter . Scale: 1: 100,000. 1976 edition.
- Map sheet O-41-17 Gary . Scale: 1: 100,000. 1976 edition.
- Surface Water Resources of the USSR: Hydrological Understanding. T. 11. The Middle Urals and the Urals. Vol. 2. Tobol / ed. V.V. Nikolaenko. - L .: Gidrometeoizdat, 1965 .-- 240 p.
- Data on the r-arcticnet website
- State Water Register of the Russian Federation: Lozva . Date of treatment January 26, 2016. Archived December 2, 2012.
- Lozva // Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary : in 86 volumes (82 volumes and 4 additional). - SPb. , 1890-1907.
- Lozva - an article from the Great Soviet Encyclopedia .
- Lozva // Dictionary of modern geographical names / Rus. geo about . Mosk. center; Under the total. ed. Acad. V.M. Kotlyakova . Institute of Geography RAS . - Yekaterinburg: U-Factoria, 2006.
- Lozva river in the catalog of rivers and lakes of the Sverdlovsk region
- The article used information provided by the Federal Agency for Water Resources from the list of water bodies registered in the state water register as of March 29, 2009. List (rar-archive, 3.21 Mb).