HYDROGEOLOGICAL AND HYDROCHEMICAL STUDY OF WADI TABBAL QUADRANGLE
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The exposed rocks in Wadi Tabbal Quadrangle are represented by: Nahr Umr, Mauddud, Rutba, Msa'd, Hartha, Tayarat, Umm Er Radhuma, Dammam and Zahra formations, in addition to the Quaternary sediments. From the structural point of view the Quadrangle is located within the Stable Shelf of the Arabian Platform. Topographically the map area is relatively flat with undulated features and is intersected by valleys. The area rises gradually and gently westwards. The climate of the map area is under the conditions of arid climate, which is highly affected by desert condition. It is characterized by hot and dry summer and relatively cold winter with low rainfall. Tayarat, M'sad, Rutba, Muhaiwir, Ubaid, Mulussa, Ga'ara and Suffi formations represent the main aquifers within the map area. The general direction of the ground water flow in the map area is mainly from west to east. Quality of the ground water is variable. It is mainly sulphatic and chloridic with the presence of bicarbonate water in some locations of the map area. The ground water in the map area is classified according to the total dissolved solids into two main classes: fresh water and slightly brackish water. About half of the ground water in the map area is suitable for human drinking, but it is totally suitable for live stock. The ground water can be used mostly for irrigation, building and construction and some industrial purposes.
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