Eleven geomorphic indices: Basin Length
, Basin Area, Basin Perimeter, Basin relative Relief and Relief Ratio, Hypsometric Integral, Asymmetry Factor, Elongation Ratio, Stream Length, Stream Number and Bifurcation Ratio Index, are calculated from DEM data to determine the relative tectonic activity along the JFZ.
Important areal, linear and relief parameters were computed such as perimeter, basin area, basin length, drainage density (Dd), stream frequency (Fs), elongation ratios (Re), bifurcation ratio (Rb), circulatory ratio (Rc) etc.
Many a researcher defined basin length accordance with their own research.
Morfometrik parametrelerin hesaplanmasi icin kabul edilen sonuclar ve formuller Morphometric Parameters Formula [mathematical expression not reproducible] Compression Ratio Where, P is the basin's circumference in km A= Area of the Basin([km.sup.2]) CC = Gravelius Compression Ratio Rg=A/L[b.sup.2] Where, Rf=Form Factor Form Factor A=Area of the Basin([km.sup.2]) L[b.sup.2]=Square of Basin length
Rt=Nu/P Where, Rt = Drainage Texture Drainage Texture (Rt) Nu=Total no.
L = the basin length, which is the straight line between the ends of the basin.
By study the relationship between morphometric measurements and the values of the annual rate of erosion (Table 4) by using the Pearson correlation coefficient, found a positive correlation (+0.97: 0.99), where the erosion is greater with increasing the basin length and basin area.
Parameters Formula River River 1 Area ([km.sup.2]) A 911.7 331.94 2 Perimeter (km) P 181.6 133.67 3 Drainage density D = [L.sub.u]/A 1.259 1.49 (km/[km.sup.2]) 4 Stream frequency [F.sub.s] = 0.904 1.144 [N.sub.u]/A 5 Texture ratio T = N/P 3.375 2.117 6 Basin length
(km) [L.sub.b] 80.43 48.25 7 Elongation ratio Re=2 [square 0.423 0.426 root of ((A/ [product]) Lb)] 8 Circularity ratio Rc=4 [product] 0.347 0.233 A/[P.sup.2] 9 Form factor ratio Rf = A/[Lb.sup.2] 0.14 0.142 10 Drainage Texture (T)/ T = Dd X Fs.
The Complex for measurement of characteristics of space oscillations of floating objects in the experimental (wave) basin which receiving ends are placed at various depth and at various distance along basin length.
In phase displacement size [gamma] between wave-recording gauges along length of the basin the actual wavelength is determined by a ratio [[lambda].sub.r] - 2[pi][L.sub.w]/[gamma] ([L.sub.w] is the distance between wave-recording gauges along basin length).
The results show baffle increase removal efficiency and best position is first third until half of settling basin length
. In addition, best height is equal to 0.4 of water deep in settling basin.
The maximum basin length
(L; Horton, 1945; Schumm, 1954) is the distance between the two most distant points in the basin and characterizes best the absolute size of the latter.
This parameter is strongly positive-y correlated with the maximum basin length