(Saudi Arabia )
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The study included a comprehensive assessment of water resources in the plains of the Tihama region beginning Jazan in the south and north end zone Qunfudah, the study has been divided into five chapters In the forefront of the first chapter, a general framework for the study, and the second chapter features Natural area south west of Saudi Arabia in general installation of geological models and forms of Land, climate, soil, and then the third chapter is dedicated to the study zones, we talked about it To the features of the natural environment in both regions, then the fourth chapter on the sources
Water in the Kingdom in manual, then the fifth chapter is the main chapter in the search
It is about water sources in the study area. In fact, we dealt sources
Water in the Kingdom to create comparison between them and the water sources in the area
And also had to be addressed for all of these five chapters for its association with each other Closely, and it was the most important subjects in this study is to study the climate, especially Study of rain because it represents the main source of all sources of water on the surface of the earth
The main source for this study.
Therefore, we restricting water sources in the Tihama region to the two types
: Traditional sources included both surface water and groundwater, and water
Surface included both floods, springs, and dams in the area where the floods in the
This region represents a large proportion of Seoul Kingdom up to 60%, and there are also A number of springs in the area of Jizan, as well as in the region are approximately twenty-Dam For different purposes, and the second type is non-traditional sources, including desalination and water
Sea salt and water purification and treatment of dams, where there is in the study had three Plants for desalination of sea water, one-stop shop for water purification and treatment of dams.
It is our findings that the region in general depend on the sources
Surface water and groundwater is significantly deep in the sediment is Alodiagnp , And there is also a lack of deep underground water sources because of the quality of installation
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And so was the goal of this study is a comprehensive assessment of water resources in the region In order to maintain them and to better use in the future as good
The continued sustainability
The study included a comprehensive assessment of water resources in the plains of the Tihama region beginning with Jazan in the south and Qunfudah in the north end zone and is divided into five chapters.
At the beginning of the first chapter is a general framework of the study. The second chapter features the Natural Area in the south-west of Saudi Arabia, with geological models and forms of land, climate and soil. The third chapter is dedicated to discussion of the study zones and the features of the natural environment in both regions. The fourth chapter covers the sources of water in the Kingdom and the fifth chapter details the research.
The research covers water resources in the study area. We listed sources of water in the Kingdom to create a comparison between them and the water sources in the area under study.
The focus of this study was the climate, especially a study of rainfall because it represents the main source of water on the surface of the Earth.
Therefore, we restricted water sources in the Tihama region to the two types; Traditional Sources, including both surface and groundwater.
Surface water included floods, springs and dams in the area, where floods represent a large proportion (up to 60%) of the total. There are also a number of springs in the area of Jizan, as well as approximately twenty dams for differing purposes.
The second type is Non-traditional Sources, including desalination and water purification treatment at dams. The study included three plants for desalination of sea water and one-stop facilities for water purification and treatment at dams.
It is our findings that the region in general depends on surface water and groundwater that is significantly deep in the Alodiagnp(?)
sediment. There is also a lack of deep underground water sources because of the quality of the installation rock, which is part of the Arabian Shield.
One of the goals of this study was a comprehensive assessment of water resources in the region, in order to maintain them and to better use them in the future.
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