E3S Web Conf.
Volume 37, 2018The Sixth International Congress “Water, Waste and Environment” (EDE6-2017)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Published online||25 May 2018|
Estimation of Particle Material And Dissolved Flows During Floods In The Inaouene Watershed. (Northeast Of Morocco)
Laboratory : Geoscience and Naturel Ressources, Departement of Geology, Faculty of Science. Ibn Tofail Uninersity, Maamora Campus, Morocco
2 National Office of Potable Water (ONEP), 6 Avenue Oued Akrach, 10000, Rabat. Morocco
This work aims to estimate the contributions of the Inaouene River during the floods. It is in this context that the dissolved and particulate matter flows were measured during the flood periods followed by the 1996/97 study year at the two hydrological stations Bab Marzouka (upstream) and El Kouchat (downstream). The specific flows of dissolved materials calculated upstream and downstream of the Inaouene watershed correspond respectively to 257 t/ km2/year and 117 t/ km2/year. Chlorides represent 30% and 41% respectively of the total dissolved transport upstream and downstream. The potential mechanical degradation affecting the Inaouene watershed can deliver a solid load estimated at 6.106 t/year corresponding to a specific flow of 2142 t/km2/year.
Key words: Inaouene / watershed / Floods / Material flow / Specific flow / Morocco
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