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SETSCI - Volume 4(3) (2019)
ISAS2019-FDAS - 3rd International Symposium on Innovative Approaches in Scientific Studies (Fine Arts, Design and Architecture), Ankara, Turkey, Apr 19, 2019

Surface Flow Potential Analysis and Design Recommendations of Kastamonu Karaçomak Basin (ISAS2019-FDAS_46)
Yekta Köse1*, Şükran Şahin2
1Manisa Celal Bayar University  , Manisa, Turkey
2Ankara University  , Ankara, Turkey
* Corresponding author: yekta.kose@cbu.edu.tr
Published Date: 2019-05-12   |   Page (s): 372-382   |    10     1

ABSTRACT In recent years, with the change of precipitation regimes, the value of water has become important for water sources, especially surface flow and streams fed by the source. Considering this importance, quantitative values; Considering that Turkey's water problem is the more experienced. Turkey is located in the Mediterranean region and the Middle East where water resources are scarce. Turkey's annual available groundwater and surface water potential total of 107.3 km3. This value is equivalent to 45.85% of the renewable water potential. Only 37.74% of the available potential has been developed and made available to date [1]. Water management should be planned well in order to improve the water potential in our country. In order to prevent water shortage in the coming years, it is necessary to plan the water obtained by rainfall, especially the water flowing to the surface flow. In this study, it is aimed to estimate the water potential that can be used by flowing through flow. The amount of precipitation has a considerable variation on surface flow and drought. It is difficult to predict that precipitation is affected by many features. If the resulting surface flow is obtained by precipitation, it can be estimated how much water has a total flow. For this purpose, SCS (Soil Conservation Service, USA) Curve Number method, which is determined by Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and precipitation-flow model, was used in this study. For this method, hydrological soil groups (HTG), land cover Corine Land Cover (CLC) data and rainfall data were used. Water management which is used in many countries around the world has been examined and design approaches which are suitable for Kastamonu Basin have been proposed.
KEYWORDS Landscape planning, surface flow, Thorntwaite, water retention potential, water management
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