2 edition of Ground-water geology of Kordofan Province, Sudan found in the catalog.
Ground-water geology of Kordofan Province, Sudan
Harry G. Rodis
|Statement||by Harry G. Rodis, Abdulla Hassan and Lutfi Wahadan ; prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey Department of Sudan under the auspices of the U.S. Agency for International Development.|
|Series||Contributions to the hydrology of Africa and the Mediterranean region, Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1757-J|
|Contributions||Hassan, Abdulla., Wahadan, Lutfi.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
Residents of four villages in Abu Jubaiha in South Kordofan are facing a severe drinking water crisis. People in eastern Sudan’s Sennar and El Gedaref are complaining about thirst as well. Khartoum plans to significantly improve the water supply in Red Sea state On Sunday, a listener told Radio Dabanga that the villages of Gereid, Um Saga, Sefeira, and El Tardiya are suffering from thirst. Sudan, officially the Republic of Sudan but sometimes referred to as North Sudan, sits along the Red Sea south of Egypt and has a population consisting mostly of descendants of migrants from the nearby Arabian Peninsula. Sudan has a total area of 1,, square kilometers (, square miles) and has an estimated population of million, a significant increase from ,
Hydrochemistry of groundwater at Omdurman area Khatoum state, Sudan Adil Elkrail, Adam Hamid, Bashir Obied International Journal of Civil and Structural Engineering Volume 2 Issue 4 19 16 7 40 20 15 2 31 Isma'il Pasha, of Egypt, established the province of Equatoria in present-day South Sudan, with plans to colonize the area, and hired Britishexplorer Samuel Baker to govern.. An attempt by Britain to unify North and South Sudan fell through in , and military regimes favoring Islamic-oriented governments have dominated national politics since Sudanese independence from the UK in Author: John Moen.
Khartoum grew rapidly in prosperity during the boom years of the slave trade between and (Sudan page @, ). In , it became the capital of the Sudan, and many explorers from Europe used it as a base for their African expeditions. Today's . Water for South Sudan is a protected trade name of Water for South Sudan, Inc., and its associated logo is a protected trademark, and use of either without the .
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For much of Kordofan Province, surface-water supplies collected and stored in hafirs, fulas, and tebeldi trees are almost completely appropriated for present needs, and water from wells must serve as the base for future economic and cultural development. This report describes the results of a reconnaissance hydrogeologic investigation of the Province and the nature and distribution of the.
Ground-water geology of Kordofan Province, Sudan,U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Supply Paper, WJ. Paperback – January 1, Author: United States Geological Survey. Get this from a library. Ground-water geology of Kordofan Province, Sudan. [Harry G Rodis; Abdulla Hassan; Lutfi Wahadan; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States.
Department of the Interior.; United States. Agency for International Development.]. Ground-Water Geology of Kordofan Province, Sudan By HARRY G. RODIS, ABDULLA HASSAN and LUTFI WAHADAN CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE HYDROLOGY AND THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER J Prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey Department of Sudan under the auspices of the by: 4.
Get this from a library. Ground-water geology of Kordofan Province, Sudan. [Harry G Rodis; Abdulla Hassan; Lutfi Wahadan; United States. Agency for International Development.; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Nonconventional Water Resources. Prior to the introduction of UNICEF’s small bore hand pumps, villagers in western Sudan used to store water in the hollowed trunks of giant baobab trees (Adansonia digitata).In many other parts of the country, water is collected and stored in haffirs, a crude form of water harvesting for domestic, pastoralist and animal use in Darfur and Kordofan.
About Sudan book of the people in Sudan depend mainly on groundwater. The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is under construction on the Blue Nile at 15 km from the Sudan’s border, creating a. The present study proposes a new approach for indexing heavy metals ions to examine groundwater quality in North Kurdufan Province, Sudan.
The new approach is developed based on the most frequently used methods for indexing heavy metals pollution in water. It is created in order to avoid the weaknesses of the current indexing systems. As per the new indexing approach, heavy metal contamination.
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Journal of African Earth Sciences, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp./87 $ + Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Journals Ltd. The Kordofan earthquakes, central Sudan R.
CLARK and S. BROWNE* Department of Earth Sciences, The University, Leeds LS2 9JT, U.K. (Received for publication 13 October ) AbstractGeophysical studies have revealed extensive rift systems Author: R.A.
Clark, S.E. Browne. Sudan - Southern Kordofan Agricultural Development Project (English) Abstract. The main objective of the South Kordofan Agricultural Project is to provide a sound institutional framework and, through selected direct interventions, to assist smallholder farmers and livestock owners in Southern Kordofan to improve their standard of.
Ground water is the mosx important mineral in Sudan* About &Orf of the inhabitants of Sudan depend upon ground water for their living most of the year, in the Northern part of the country rain rarely falls and the country is mainly desert, away from the river Nile* the wells are the only source of water*.
The present study assesses groundwater resources in the semiarid central Sudan, where 20 deep productive wells were installed to supply a major city in the region, El Obeid. We make available the scoreboard for soil erosion indicators including SDG Soil erosion indicator, CAP Context indicator.
A recent publication proposes the use of those indicators for agricultural, environmental, climate policies. Sudan is dependent upon groundwater aquifers for its supply of water, both for human consumption and irrigation.
This article deals with the present groundwater resources. The decision on where and how much groundwater to pump depends on the quality of groundwater and the depth from which it was pumped.
The further development of groundwater for agriculture and domestic use is one Cited by: A variety of xenoliths from the lower crust to mantle transition occur in Quaternary mafic intraplate lavas of the Bayuda volcanic field of northern Sudan.
The lower-crust xenoliths include plagioclase- and garnet-bearing mafic granulite. Surface water quality. Data on surface water quality are both scarce and old. Those that exist are mainly on the White and Blue Nile.
Water characteristics are subject to the source and types of soil the water runs through. Water pollution comes from agricultural residues and the sugar industry, although the self-purifying capacity of the natural systems is high.
Water supply in Southern Sudan is faced with numerous challenges. Although the White Nile runs through the country, water is scarce during the dry season in areas that are not located on the river.
About half the population does not have access to an improved water source, defined as a protected well, standpipe or a handpump within 1 few existing piped water supply systems are often Water coverage (broad definition): (improved.
Ground water recharge in the Umm Kedada Basin, NW-Sudan, derived from environmental isotopes of soil moisture in samples collected from deep dug wells With Axel Suckow, Christian Sonntag, Manfred Gröning, Ulf ThorweiheCited by: 1.
Geology () GSA Bulletin () Environmental Geosciences (). Map on Sudan; published on 22 Jun by UN Environment. ReliefWeb Informing humanitarians worldwide. A service provided by ReliefWeb has been the leading online source for reliable and timely.Natural Challenges More thanMore than 77% of water resources originates% of water resources originates from outside Sudan Higgp p yh spatial and temporal variability of rainfall and related uneven distribution in availability of of water.
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These isolated villages have extremely limited access to clean water, and often can only access contaminated water. WFSS works with local governments and community leaders to determine the placement of wells.