Kalu Ganga

Kalu Ganga (Sinhala: කළු ගඟ; literally: Black River) is a river in Sri Lanka. Measuring 129 km (80 mi) in length, the river originates from Sri Padhaya and reach the sea at Kalutara. The Black River flows through the Ratnapura and the Kalutara District and pass the city Ratnapura. The mountainous forests in the Central Province and the Sinharaja Forest Reserve are the main sources of water for the river.[1]

Kalu Ganga
Kalu River 1.jpg
Native nameකළු ගඟ (Kalu Ganga)
Location
CountrySri Lanka
Physical characteristics
SourceSri Padaya
 ⁃ elevation2,400 m (7,874 ft)
MouthIndian Ocean
 ⁃ location
Kalutara
 ⁃ coordinates
06°34′10″N 79°57′44″E / 6.56944°N 79.96222°E / 6.56944; 79.96222Coordinates: 06°34′10″N 79°57′44″E / 6.56944°N 79.96222°E / 6.56944; 79.96222
Length129 km (80 mi)
Basin size2,766 km2 (1,068 sq mi)
Basin features
Tributaries 
 ⁃ leftKukule River
Downstream view, in Ratnapura.

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  1. ^ [1] Development of a Flood Forecasting Model For Kalu River and Kelani River Basins in Sri Lanka using Radial Basis Function Neural Networks