2 edition of Regional geology and ground-water hydrology of the Sahil Susah area, Tunisia found in the catalog.
Regional geology and ground-water hydrology of the Sahil Susah area, Tunisia
|Statement||by L.C. Dutcher and H.E. Thomas.|
|Series||Contributions to the hydrology of Africa and the Mediterranean region, U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1757-G|
|Contributions||Thomas, H.E. 1906-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Regional Geology and Ground-Water Hydrology of the Sahil Susah Area-A Tunisia By L. DUTCHER and H. THOMAS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE HYDROLOGY OF AFRICA AND THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER G Prepared in cooperation with the Sous-Direction de I'Hydraulique et deAuthor: L.C.
Dutcher, H.E. Thomas. Regional Geology and Ground water Hydrology of the Sahil Susah Area, Tunisia. & H. Thomas. Dutcher] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dutcher, L.C. (Lee Carlton), Regional geology and ground-water hydrology of the SaÌhÌʹil SuÌsah area, Tunisia.
PRQftKTY OF GROUND WATER BR/WfCW Surf ace W^fMtfftelated Climate Features of the Sahil Susah Area, Tunisia By L. DUTCHER and H. THOMAS CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE HYDROLOGY OF AFRICA AND THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER F Prepared in cooperation with the Sous-Direction de I'HydrauliqueCited by: 1.
The Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system is a coastward-sloping, wedge-shaped sand and gravel reservoir exposed in outcrop Tunisia book a humid climate and drained by an extensive surface-water network. Ground-water pumpage has increased to about cubic feet per second sincecausing water-level declines of more than feet in places, while base flow to major streams has decreased Tunisia book.
GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESSOURCES Regional geology and ground-water hydrology of the Sahil Susah area THE ANJAR-KHEDOI REGION, EASTERN KUTCH (INDIA) + GROUNDWATER GEOLOGY F THE PALI REGION JODHPUR DIVISION, WESTERN RAJASTHAN, INDIA [G.C., et al Taylor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Taylor, G.C., et al.
The book introduces to the reader all aspects of ground water i.e., its assessment, development, utilisation and management. Practical application of different formulae for field conditions, data collection and processing, test procedures and principles of design are worked out to illustrate the theory and design procedure.
Fetter CW () Geology of Ground Water occurrence, in chapter 9, Applied Hydrology, Third Edition, Prentice Hall, pp – Google Scholar Goodchild MF () The state of GIS for environmental by: In this study a systematic approach has been made for Tunisia book analysis of Ken graben area by integrating the remote sensing data with the hydrologic data to study the subsurface geological and geomorphological details and to demonstrate the aquifer geometry, ground water quality in the region.
Regional geology and ground-water hydrology of the Sahil Susah area is of a paramount importance in arid areas, as it represents the main water resource to satisfy the different needs of the various sectors. Nevertheless, coastal aquifers are generally subjected to seawater intrusion and groundwater quality degradation.
In this study, the groundwater quality of the coastal Jeffara aquifer (southeastern Tunisia) is evaluated to check its suitability Cited by: The study area Wadi Al Baida is located about 8 kilometers Regional geology and ground-water hydrology of the Sahil Susah area the northeast of Petra Archeological Park (PAP).
The following coordinates define the center of the area: Easting:Northing:while its elevation is around m. The area overlooks the Author: Mohammmad Al Farajat, Bernhard Schaefers, Hussein Al Hassanat, Nedal Al Atteyat, Nidal Al Jahed, Jam.
rmnsactions GIS, ~, vo/ I, no. 2, p A GIS for hydrological modelling in the semi-arid, HAPEX-Sahel experiment area of Niger, Africa J C DESCONNETS, B E VIEUX, B CAPPELAERE AND F DELCIAUX J C Desconnets, B Cappelaere, F Delclaux Laboratoire d'hydrologie, ORSTOM, BPMontpellier Ce France B E Vieux Associate Professor, School of Civil Engineering and File Size: 1MB.
In this study the focus is on a part of the Red Sea Hills of Sudan, an area which suffers from a severe shortage of groundwater. This shortage is partly because the precipitation in this area is very small, from a maximum of Tunisia book mm year −1 to a minimum of 36 mm year −, however, the shortage is related to the generally low permeability of the (mostly Precambrian but partly Cited by: The Nucl No.
1 () Hydrological investigation of groundwater under salt affected land in Shorkot 65 Figure 1. Map of the study area showing sampling locations in two profiles. Geology of the Study Area. The study area is mainly occupied by the Shaqra Group sedimentary rocks. The Shaqra Group lies unconform-ably upon the Minjur Formation, of Late Triassic age, and is overlain by the Sulaiy Formation, of Berriasian age (Table 1).
It is comprised of, in ascending strati-graphic order, the Marrat, Dhruma, Tuwaiq File Size: 2MB. Groundwater recharge in an arid karst area (Saudi Arabia) Fig.
1 Generalized geological-tectonic map of the Arabian plate. Location of the area investigated within the rectangular frame. The Umm er Radhuma aquifer The UER aquifer has a thickness of. The study area is located south Mut City, southern part of the Dakhla Oasis, in the central part of the Western Desert of Egypt.
It is bounded by latitudes 25° 22′ 11″ and 25° 28′ 58″ N and longitudes 28° 57′ 30″and 29° 4′ 20″ E covering an area of about 60 km 2 ().The area under investigation is characterized by an extremely arid climatic condition having very low annual Cited by: 1. Groundwater Region 7, a rectangular area of about 12 km2, is located in the Limpopo Province.
Its eastern boundary is the watershed between the Sand River and its tributaries and the eastward draining Letaba and Pafuri Rivers. Its northern boundary is formed by Formations of the Soutpansberg Group that built the mountain range of that name.
TheFile Size: KB. Rationale Groundwater Resources Management in Saudi Arabia Following Excessive Exploitation 0 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, Water Consumption (MCM) 0 Water Level (m.s.l.) Water Consumption Water Level Sustainable Level. Groundwater is the main source of water in arid and semi-arid regions.
Therefore, pollution of groundwater is a major issue because aquifers and the contained groundwater are inherently susceptible to contamination from wastewater and agricultural activities. Aquifer vulnerability has been assessed in the Sana’a basin using the DRASTIC method, based on a Geographic Information System (GIS).Cited by: the study area but due to insufficient data the exact course of these channels have not been established.
The structure of this report is as follows: 1. Firstly, is the topography and climate of the study area, the Stanford Aquifer, briefly descri-bed based on previous collected and new data.
A more detailed description of the geology and. Regional geology and ground-water hydrology of the Sahil Susah area, Tunisia. United States Geological Survey,U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Supply Paper, WG. Softbound, xlib, minor signs of use, text in very good condition.
$ Recent achievements and priorities in irrigation water management research in Ethiopia MoWR/MoARD/USAID/IWMI Workshop industrialization should go hand in hand with agricultural development. The recently formulated Rural Development Policy is expected to assist the farmers to not only produce more but also gain by: 1.
These are often saturated with water of reasonable quality and form very valuable resources in an area often desperately short of water. The Palaeocene Umm Er Radhuma carbonate aquifer is one such formation which has been the subject of intensive recent by: 1 EFFECT OF THE INDIAN OCEAN TSUNAMI ON GROUNDWATER QUALITY IN COASTAL AQUIFERS IN EASTERN SRI LANKA METHTHIKA VITHANAGE1,2, KAREN G.
VILLHOLTH3, KUSHANI MAHATANTILA4, PETER ENGESGAARD1 AND KARSTEN H. JENSEN1 1Department of Geography and Geology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2International Water Management. This is an IWMI project publication – ^Groundwater governance in the Arab World – Taking stock and addressing the challenges _ This publication was made possible through support provided by the Middle East Bureau, U.S.
Agency for International Development, under the terms of Award AIDIO DISCLAIMERFile Size: 2MB. regional applications and the required input data was accessible (Berkhoff, ).
For this reason, only the DRASTIC method for groundwater vulnerability assessment was employed in this investigation. Additional information on the alternative methods is provided in File Size: 2MB. Groundwater geochemistry of a small reservoir catchment in Central Tunisia Article in Applied Geochemistry 17(8) August with 89 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Ninth International Water Technology Conference, IWTC9Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt (D 30 of Gravel Pack)= (d 30 of Aquifer Material) 7 = mm, this is the point of the 30% finer of the gravel. Using this point a smooth curve is drawn on the typical grain size distribution curve such that the uniformity coefficient is equal to 2 or less.
and seas and about 4% within the earth as ground-water and nearly 2% as ice caps and glaciers while the water available in lakes, swamps, rivers, atmos-phere etc does not exceed %.
The bulk of water that is contained in the seas and oceans is highly sa-line while the water in ice caps and glaciers cannot practically be used. from direct infiltration in the area under study, using the Hydrogeological Inversed Budget Method (Civita and De Maio, ) as modified by Sappa, Trotta, and Vitale () .
This method involves a spread parameters approach, based on the discretization of the study area in cells, and on the estimation, for each cell, of climatic, topographicalFile Size: 1MB. Occurrence and Behaviour of Ground Water and Aquifer Characteristics Burhi Gandak Sub-Basin Bagmati and Kamla-Balan Sub-Basin Kosi Sub-Basin Mahananda Sub-Basin Ground Water Availability Ground Water Table Observations Quality of Ground Water Potential for Ground Water Development in Study AreaFile Size: 5MB.
The groundwater in the study area falls under fresh (TDS mg/L) types of water. The Ca2++Mg2+ vs. HCO3-+SO scatter diagram showed that majority of the samples fall above the equiline indicating that silicate weathering is the dominant process for supply of the magnesium and calcium ions to the groundwater.
As a result of immense industrialisation and high population growth, groundwater is heavily relied on in Lagos metropolis to serve as an alternative source of water where surface water is seriously polluted.
The continued reliance on ground water has resulted in its decline in quantity and quality. In this study, the coastal aquifers of Lagos metropolis were selected for an assessment of its Cited by: Seasonal variation in ground water, river water and estimation of ground water recharge in Mulki River basin along the south-west coast of India using major ions as tracers.
Sawan Rawat: Assessment of groundwater for drinking purposes using water quality index in industrial area of Himachal Pradesh, India: Ms. Ravneet Saini. pment of groundwater resources in this area. Descriptions of the study area The study region ( km2) is bounded between the latitudes of 13°7’00”N and 13° 27’ 00”N and longitudes of 79°47’30”E’ and 80°20’00”E (Figure 1).
The study area was demarcated based on the wa-tershed divide in the northern and southern direction. GROUND WATER QUALITY Good and suitable for drinking and irrigation purpose, however localized nitrate contamination is observed.
Type of Water: Ca-HCO 3 DYNAMIC GROUND WATER RESOURCES- (As on 31/03/) Net Annual Ground Water Availability: Ham Annual Ground Water Draft (Industrial + Domestic): Ham.
Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats. Weighted overlay analysis was used to demarcate the ground- water potential zones. Various thematic layers such as geology, geomorphology, soil, lineament density, drainage density, rainfall and landuse maps were prepared.
The geological map was prepared Cited by: Groundwater Recharge and Precipitation as Major Cause of Soil and Gully Erosion 49 | P a g e Table 1 Average yearly Rainfall in Lafia/Doma Area for the past 11 years. Source: Ministry of Agriculture, Makurdi Benue State, Nigeria.
The Neogene Aquifer System (South-East) represents the northern extension of pdf Neogene Aquifers, which overlie the Paleogene Formations in the pdf of the Arabian Platform.
The aquifer system is located mainly within the boundaries of the Dibdibba Delta basin, which is formed by the Wadi ar Rimah- Wadi al Batin that extends from the Alternative Names: Ad Dibdibba Stony Desert, Ad Dibdibba Alluvial Fan, Dibdibba Plain, Kuwait Plain.In the present study area of km 2, 82 observation wells were established to download pdf ground water levels in the unconfined aquifers (Fig.3).
The wells are open dug type mostly used for domestic and agricultural purposes. The groundwater levels were measured on seasonal basis from May till November in the study area. Ebook AND METHOD (i) Geology of the Study Area The ebook area is located on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, situated along the coastal plain of north Kelantan (Fig.
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