Borosan Great Lakes

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Borosan Great Lakes
Leesyu Tyau
Borosan Great Lakes.png
Borosan Great lakes with their Vaamekian names.
River sourcesThewer River
Mekaneli river
Islands
  • Kyandot
  • Malke
  • Ryum

The Borosan Great Lakes are an interconnected series of four major and several minor lakes in west-central Upper Boroso.

The names of the major lakes are (from largest to smallest):

The eastern shore of Lake Qëërles is thought to be the homeland of the Barmeki people.

Geography

Though the four lakes reside in separate basins, they form a single, naturally interconnected body of fresh water, within the Qeerlic Basin.

Bathymetry

Lake Qëërles Lake Ovyles Lake Poksles Lake Psweles
Surface area 256,147 km2 (98,899 sq mi) 33,247 km2 (12,837 sq mi) 31,097 km2 (12,007 sq mi) 14,390 km2 (5,560 sq mi)
Water volume 116 cu mi (480 km3) 850 cu mi (3,500 km3) 1,180 cu mi (4,900 km3) 393 cu mi (1,640 km3)
Elevation 571 ft (174 m) 577 ft (176 m) 577 ft (176 m) 246 ft (75 m)
Average depth 62 ft (19 m) 195 ft (59 m) 279 ft (85 m) 283 ft (86 m)
Maximum depth 210 ft (64 m) 748 ft (228 m) 925 ft (282 m) 804 ft (245 m)
Major settlements Selevia
Paandyet

At 256,147 km2, Lake Qëërles is the largest lake on Sahar.

Climate

Great Lakes Region

History

Economy

Fishing—primarily of tilapia species but also of Thewer perch—is a common activity on the lakes.

Fauna

The Qeerlic whale, a subspecies of pygmy killer whale adapted to a freshwater environment is one of the more unusual animals found in the Great Lakes.