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|Title:||Pollution Sources Determination of the East – West Profile of the spring system /||Authors:||Ghanem, Marwan
|Issue Date:||2013||Publisher:||Center for Enhancing Knowledge||Abstract:||The pollution sources to the spring group system in atuv catchment were detected. A hydrochemical study was carried out in order to determine the pollution degree. Twenty springs were sampled for two rounds in the years 2010 and 2011. The physical, hydrochemical characteristics of the East west Profile of a spring group system was determined. The major ions, trace elements indicate that the springs inside the rural communities are polluted. The high concentration of nitrates of 250 mg/L in the springs of Ein Qinia and Ein Areek groups indicates the water spring pollution from the cess pits of the nearby villages. The high concentration of sufate was found in the springs of Ein Areek group as an indicator of an intensive agricultural activities. The high levels of 20 to 100 c/100 ml of bacteriological parameters of FC and TC were found in the springs, which are locating inside the villages of housing around. A spring water treatment techniques were recommended for the springs of high pollution degree rates.||Description:||بدر,بيهان:||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/2675|
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