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Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences (2006) 13(1) 22-38

Ground Water Recharge Estimation In Mosul for the Raining Season 2001/2002

Khalid M. Khidir Huda H. Bader
Water Resource Dept., Mosul University, Iraq Dam Research Center, Mosul University, Iraq

Abstract

Groundwater is considered the most important natural sources for the Mosul city, therefore the studies concentrated toward the evaluation of this resource. Data were collected from 30 wells in Mosul around Tigris river ,which includes rainfall topography and ground water levels and its fluctuation in order to compute recharges, source and the methods of its development by using sophisticated methods in data gathering and analyzing. Incurrent study the Geographic information systems (Arc View GIS) and Surfer 32 were used to estimate the quantity of ground water recharge in the Mosul city for the rainfall data for the season 2001/2002. Its found that the rainfall are the main sources of the ground water recharge in Mosul city.

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KeywordsGround Water, Rainfall Topography, Evaluation.

How to cite

TJES: Khidir KM, Khidir HH. Ground Water Recharge Estimation In Mosul for the Raining Season 2001/2002. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences 2006; 13(1): 22-38.
APA: Khidir, K. M., & Khidir, H. H. (2006). Ground Water Recharge Estimation In Mosul for the Raining Season 2001/2002. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences, 13(1), 22-38.