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Menoufiya University (2016)

Geophysical Studies on the Southern Part of Wadi Qena, Egypt

Hegab, Mostafa Gamal Mostafa

Titre : Geophysical Studies on the Southern Part of Wadi Qena, Egypt

Auteur : Hegab, Mostafa Gamal Mostafa

Etablissement de soutenance : Menoufiya University.

Grade : Master of Science (MSc) in Hydrogeology and Petroleum 2016

Résumé
The study area is located in wadi Qena between Latitudes 26° 15’ 00” and 27° 14’ 00” N and Longitudes 32° 41’ 00” and 33° 08’ 00” E. Wadi Qena is one of the Eastern Desert wadis which begins from the Southern Galala Plateau and ends at the River Nile at Qena City. The present work aims to identify the main aquifers in the study area and its characteristics. Ten groundwater wells have been sampled to study groundwater quality so we can detect the suitable water uses. The study area is one of the most promising areas to serve as an extension of the cultivated land of Egypt. To achieve the purposes of this study, geophysical and hydrogeological studies have been executed. Measurements of 54 vertical electrical sounding (VES) have been used. The interpretation of these vertical electrical soundings (VESes), geoelectric profiles, identifying the different geoelectrical units and the probable water-bearing ones and the effect of the structures on the continuity of the groundwater aquifers were done. The deduced geophysical results were correlated with the data obtained

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