Determination of origin; water type of Euphrates river and hydrodynamic effects in accumulation hydrocarbons by usage Hudrochemical Function
ANBAR JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES,
2007, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 31-43
AbstractThe Euphrates river waters have ion concentration with an average total of 1095ppm. On the basis of these ion concentrations the Euphrates waters may be divided into two groups. Waters of the upper reaches of the river in Iraq have an average total ions of 499ppm and are of a sulfate – bicarbonate water type, whereas waters of the middle and lower reaches have an average total ions of 1547ppm are of sulfate – chloride water type.
The origin of Euphrates river waters was marine, the hydrodynamic active of rive was high so that the hydrodynamic accumulation was weak, It was can to using the river water to irrigation jobs.
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