- Doubs River
Infobox River | river_name = Doubs
caption = The Doubs in France.
length = 453 km
elevation = 937 m
discharge = 176 m³/s
watershed = 7,500 km²The Doubs is a 453 km long
riverin eastern Franceand western Switzerland, left tributary of the Saône. Its source is near Mouthein the western Jura mountains. First it flows north-east, more or less along the French-Swiss border (forming the border for approx. 40 km). Near Montbéliardit turns south-west, until it flows into the river Saônein Verdun-sur-le-Doubs, approx. 20 km north-east of Chalon-sur-Saône.
The Doubs flows through the following "départements", cantons and cities:
* Doubs (F, named after the river):
Canton of Neuchâtel(CH).
Canton of Jura(CH): Saint-Ursanne.
* Doubs (F):
* Jura (F): Dole.
The river forms several lakes:
Lac des Brenets(elevation 750 m)
Lac de Moron(elevation 716 m)
Lac de Biaufond(elevation 610 m)
* [http://sandre.eaufrance.fr/app/chainage/courdo/htm/U2--0200.php?cg=U2--0200 The Doubs at the Sandre database]
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