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Panay River
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Panay River at Roxas City
Panay River mouth
Panay River (Philippines)
Location
CountryPhilippines
RegionWestern Visayas
ProvinceCapiz
City/municipality
Physical characteristics
SourceCentral Panay Mountain Range
 • locationMount Angas, Tapaz, Capiz
MouthSibuyan Sea
 • location
Roxas, Capiz
 • coordinates
11°35′05″N 122°42′57″E / 11.5847°N 122.7158°E / 11.5847; 122.7158
 • elevation
0 m (0 ft)
Length152 kilometres (94 mi)[1]
Basin size2,203.76 km2 (850.88 sq mi)[2]
Discharge 
 • average119.75 m3/s (4,229 cu ft/s)[2]
Basin features
Tributaries 
 • left
  • Tapaz River
  • Mambusao River
[1]
 • right
  • Badbaran River
  • Maayon River
[1]

Panay River (known as Pan-ay River) is the longest river on Panay Island in the Philippines, with a total length of approximately 152 kilometres (94 mi)[1] and a drainage basin area of 2,203.76 square kilometres (850.88 sq mi).[2] It drains almost the entire province of Capiz and northern portion of Iloilo province.

The source of the Panay River is on the slopes of Mount Igabon-Mount Angas Mountain Range. Starting in Tapaz, it runs southward and changing its direction toward east-northeast to Dumalag and Cuartero, then traversing north through the municipalities of Dao and Panitan. In Panay the river splits, with the primary branch emptying into the Sibuyan Sea at Roxas City.[2]

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Tributaries

Its main tributaries are the Tapaz River, Mambusao River on the left, and Badbaran River and Maayon River on the right.[1]

Panay River list of tributaries by length:

  1. Mambusao River (sub-basin area 487.86 km2 (188.36 sq mi)[2])
  2. Badbaran River (sub-basin area 342.52 km2 (132.25 sq mi)[2])
  3. Ma-ayon River (sub-basin area 358.76 km2 (138.52 sq mi)[2])
  4. Tapaz River

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Capiz". Philippine Information Agency. Archived from the original on 28 June 2018. Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan Panay River Basin" (PDF). riverbasin.denr.gov.ph. Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). November 2014. Retrieved 5 March 2021.


This page was last edited on 5 March 2021, at 18:44
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