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Suceava (river)

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Suceava
Водоспад «Гук Сучавський».JPG
Suceava waterfall near Shepit
Location
CountryUkraine, Romania
CountiesChernivtsi Oblast, Suceava County
TownsSuceava
Physical characteristics
SourceObcina Mestecăniș Mountains
 • locationNorthern Bucovina, Romania
MouthSiret
 • location
Liteni, Romania
 • coordinates
47°31′19″N 26°33′01″E / 47.52194°N 26.55028°E / 47.52194; 26.55028
Length173 km (107 mi)
Basin size2,625 km2 (1,014 sq mi)
Basin features
ProgressionSiretDanubeBlack Sea

The Suceava (Ukrainian: Сучава - Suchava) is a river located in the north-east of Romania (Suceava County) and western Ukraine (Chernivtsi Oblast). It is a right tributary of the river Siret.[1][2][3] It discharges into the Siret in the town Liteni,[4] 21 km south-east of the city of Suceava.

It rises from the Obcina Mestecăniș Mountains in Bukovina, near the border with Ukraine. The total length of the Suceava from its source to its confluence with the Siret is 173 km (107 mi).[2][5]:16 Its basin area is 2,625 km2 (1,014 sq mi),[6] of which 2,298 km2 (887 sq mi) in Romania.[2][5]

Towns and villages

The following towns and villages are situated along the river Suceava, from source to mouth: Izvoarele Sucevei, Shepit, Seliatyn, Ulma, Brodina, Vicovu de Jos, Bilca, Dornești, Satu Mare, Suceava, Verești.

Tributaries

The following rivers are tributaries to the river Suceava (from source to mouth):[2]

Left: Aluniș, Izvor, Cobilioara, Garbanevski, Melesh, Rapochev, Rusca, Ulma, Sadău, Falcău, Caraula, Șicova, Bilca Mare, Petrimiasa, Târnauca, Climăuț, Ruda, Horaiț, Hatnuța, Pătrăuțeanca, Dragomirna, Mitoc, Podul Vătafului, Plopeni, Salcea

Right: Pogonișoara, Nisipitu, Brodina, Pârâul Ascuns, Valea Boului, Putna, Vicov, Remezeu, Voitinel, Pozen, Sucevița, Solca, Soloneț, Ilișești, Șcheia, Râul Târgului, Udești, Racova

References

  1. ^ "Planul național de management. Sinteza planurilor de management la nivel de bazine/spații hidrografice, anexa 7.1" (PDF, 5.1 MB). Administrația Națională Apele Române. 2010. pp. 906–907.
  2. ^ a b c d Atlasul cadastrului apelor din România. Partea 1 (in Romanian). Bucharest: Ministerul Mediului. 1992. pp. 366–372. OCLC 895459847. River code: XII.1.17
  3. ^ Ovidiu Gabor - "Economic Mechanism in Water Management" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 5 March 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-05., map page 10
  4. ^ Suceava (jud. Suceava), e-calauza.ro
  5. ^ a b Planul de management al spațiului hidrografic Siret, Administrația Națională Apele Române
  6. ^ Caracteristics of the Surface Discharge in the Basin of Suceava River, Ionel-Daniel Răduianu, Lucrările Seminarului Geografic “D. Cantemir” nr. 28, 2007
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