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Title: Estimation of the Environmental Flow Regime to Determine the Minimum Flow for Pollution Reduction: Wadi Zomar - Palestine as a Case Study
Authors: Khayat, Saed
Keywords: Flow Regime;Wadi Zomar - Palestine;Fecal Coliform;Restoration
Issue Date: 20-Feb-2020
Publisher: Palestine Technical University- Kadoorie
Citation: khayat, saed. (2020). Estimation of the Environmental Flow Regime to Determine the Minimum Flow for Pollution Reduction: Wadi Zomar - Palestine as a Case Study.Palestine Technical University Research Journal. Tulkarm- Palestine. 8(1). 14-23.
Series/Report no.: 8(1);14-23
Abstract: : Possible factors that play a role in restoring a flow regime that supports a healthy environment were identified for Wadi Zomar, Palestine. The hydrograph shows that threshold discharges for bed drying are less than 0.14 m3 /s, bar formation is less than 0.4 ms/s and floodplain inundation events are over 3 m3 /s. The HEC-RAS model suggests a continuous discharge throughout the year that maintains the base flow in the range of 0.5 m3 /s. The model suggests that the restoration process is controlled by two main factors: role of sufficient flow and flood inundation frequency
URI: https://scholar.ptuk.edu.ps/handle/123456789/792
ISSN: 2307-809x
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