The Seyhan River Basin is located within the bounds of 36°30 ’ to 39°15 ’ North latitude and 37°00’ East longitude in Southern Turkey. The Seyhan River Basin climatologically expands across two regions, namely, the Central Anatolia Region and the Mediterranean Region. It is mainly composed of the Zamanti River, Goksu River, Seyhan River, and other tributaries after the confluence of the Zamanti and Goksu. The total catchment area of the Seyhan River basin at the base of the Seyhan dam is estimated to be 19400 km2. The maximum river length from the Seyhan Reservoir’s highest water level is estimated to be 420 km.
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