|Regions||Changhua, Chiayi, Nantou, Yunlin|
|- left||Chingshui River, Chenyoulan River, Kashe River, and others|
|- right||Shuili River, and others|
|Source||Wushe River (霧社溪)|
|- location||Hehuanshan East Peak, Nantou County|
|Length||186.4 km (116 mi)|
|Basin||3,155.21 km2 (1,218 sq mi)|
|- average||164.8 m3/s (5,820 cu ft/s)|
The Zhuoshui River, also spelled Choshui River, (Chinese: 濁水溪; Hanyu Pinyin: Zhuóshuǐ Xī; Tongyong Pinyin: Jhuóshuěi Si; Wade–Giles: Cho2-shui3 Hsi1; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lô-chúi-khoe) is the longest river in Taiwan. It flows from its source in Nantou County up to the western border of the county, subsequently forming the border between Yunlin County and Changhua County, with a total length of 186 km (116 mi).
The Zhuoshui River environment has in recent years been seriously degraded both by the construction of a dam across the river at Jiji and by the ongoing activities of the concrete industry.
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- Shaw, Rajib; Thaitakoo, Danai, eds. (10 Jun 2010). "Chapter 13 The Water Community Case of Chou-Shui River in Taiwan". Water Communities : Community, Environment and Disaster Risk Management : Volume 2. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. pp. 241–262. ISBN 978-1849506984. Retrieved 1 February 2015.
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