Techniques for Detecting Water Quality Parameters in Water Courses

Abdel-Monim, Yehia ; Mahmoud M. Sayed, Dia Eldeen El Qousy, Yehia K. Abdel-Monim, and Hoda Soussa 


The scarcity of fresh water quantities in many parts of the world imposes the need for efficient use of the available resources. Pollution of water resources represents a great hazard which sometimes creates a situation where the loss in quantity is of less harm than the effect of contamination. To get simple means to measure and predict water quality parameters along a water course, the reach of the River Nile from Esna to Naga-Hammadi Barrages downstream Aswan was chosen for data collection. The Iso-Line technique as well as Geographic Information Systems (GIS) were utilized to analyze the data in order to detect water quality.

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Issue Date 2004
Conference 1st Regional African Conference of Drainage 

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