Chatkal River

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Chatkal River
Река Чаткал, нижнее течение.jpg
Native nameЧаткал
CountryKyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan
Physical characteristics
Length223 km (139 mi)
Basin size7,110 km2 (2,750 sq mi)
Basin features
 ⁃ leftTers River
 ⁃ rightSandalysh River, Kara-Korum River

The Chatkal River (Russian: Чаткал) is a river of Jalal-Abad Region, Kyrgyzstan and Tashkent Region in Uzbekistan. It is a left tributary of the Chirciq River in the Syr Darya basin.

The length of the river is 223 kilometres (139 mi), with a basin area of 7,110 square kilometres (2,750 sq mi). It originates at the point where Chatkal Range adjoins Talas Ala-Too Range.

The average rate of water flow near the mouth is 122 cubic metres per second (4,300 cu ft/s), with a maximum 920 cubic metres per second (32,000 cu ft/s).

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Coordinates: 41°35′08″N 70°05′57″E / 41.58556°N 70.09917°E / 41.58556; 70.09917