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Alexandria University (1997)

Geophysical Hydrogeological And Remote Sensing Studies On The Effect Of Sea Level Fluctuation On The Groundwater Reservoir Between Alexandria And El Dabaa Egypt

El Maghraby, Magdy Mahmoud Samy Ahmed

Titre : Geophysical Hydrogeological And Remote Sensing Studies On The Effect Of Sea Level Fluctuation On The Groundwater Reservoir Between Alexandria And El Dabaa Egypt

Auteur : El Maghraby, Magdy Mahmoud Samy Ahmed.

Etablissement de soutenance : Alexandria University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Geology 1997

Résumé
The region north of the Western Desert of Egypt receives during the few past Decades special attention due to the increasing requirements for ground water resources And soil potentials for the expansion of agriculture projects and construction of new Communities This area is considered as one of the promising area for land reclamation Beyond the Nile Delta in Egypt. The western Mediterranean coastal zone of Egypt stretches westward from Alexandriaextending about 500 kms to EI-Sallum with nearly la kms average width. To accurately perform the plans of the development of the north western Mediterraneancoastal zone many studies have to be carried out. In the present work geophysical,hydrogeological and remote sensing techniques are used together in an integratedmanner to achieve such studies. Freshgroundwater systems are important sources of potable water throughout the world,manyof them are in contact with saline water, which, if drawn into freshwater aquifersystem, can diminish the water potability as well as its usefulness for other purposes.Thus, a quantitative understanding of the patterns of movement and mixing betweenfresh and saline water, and of the factors that influence these processes, is necessaryto manage and protect these resources for future use.

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