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M. Geyh; W. Wagner; E. Rimani; P. Udluft; E. Salameh:

Environmental Isotope Study in the Hamad Region. Natural Water Groups and their Origin of the Shallow Aquifers Complex in Azraq-Depression, Jordan. The Hydrodynamic Pattern of the Central Part of Jordan

1986. 53 pages, 26 figures, 11 tables, 17x24cm, 150 g
Language: English

(Geologisches Jahrbuch Reihe C, Band C 38)

ISBN 978-3-510-96219-8, paperback, price: 13.00 €

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MEBUS A. GEYH, JEAN KHOURI, REIFAAT RAJAB & WOLFGANG WAGNER
Environmental Isotope Study in the Hamad Region
1. Introduction 5
2. Background and Goal ofthe Isotope Analyses 5
2.1 Radiocarbon Content of Groundwater 5
2.2 Tritium Content of Groundwater 6
2.3 Stable Carbon Isotope Ratio 7
2.4 Stable Hydrogen and Oxygen Isotope Ratios 7
3. Brief Description ofthe Interpretation ofthe Isotope Results 8
3.1 Western Hamad Region 8
3.2 Southern Hamad Region 11
3.3 Central Hamad Region 12
3.4 Eastern Hamad Region 13
3 5 Northern Hamad Region 13
4. References 14
OMAR RIMAWI & PETER UDLUFT
Natural Water Groups and their Origin of the Shallow
Aquifers Complex in Azraq-Depression/Jordan
1. Introduction 18
2. Geology of the Study Area 18
3. Hydrochemistry 20
3.1 Classification ofthe Waters 20
3.2 Statistical Comparison between the Water Groups
Using the t-Test Method 29
4. Presentation of the Water Groups 31
4.1 Group-O 31
4.2 Group-I 32
4.3 Group-II 33
4.4 Group-III 34
4.5 Group-IV 35
5. Water Genesis 35
6. Summary and Conclusions 37
7. References 38
ELIAS SALAMEH & PETER UDLUFT
The Hydrodynamic Pattern of the Central Part of Jordan
1. Introduction 40
2. Geology 40
3. Hydrogeology 44
4. Aquifer and Aquitard Characteristics 46
4.1 Discharge from the Sandstone Aquifer 46
4.1.1 Filter Velocity and Horizontal Straight-Line Velocity ofthe Aquifers 47
4.2 Permeability, Filter Velocity and Horizontal Straight-Line Velocity of
the Aquitards 47
4.2.1 Vertical Travel Time of Groundwater 50
5. Horizontal Travel Time for Groundwater in the Sandstone Aquifer 50
6. Construction of Flow Net 51
7. Summary and Conclusions 52
8. References 52