Optimisation Du Choix De La Zone Du Pompage Des Eaux De Barrage Bab Louta (Taza, Maroc)

Mohamed Achmit, Ghita Sbai, Abdelouahad Aouniti, Mohammed Loukili

Abstract


In Morocco, the quality of water gathered in dams is deteriorating considerably due to different sources of pollution. One of the consequences of this situation is the presence of nutrients , particularly phosphorus and nitrogen, in the water. This, however, indicates an advanced state of eutrophisation of waters. This phenomenon causes an imbalance in the ecosystem with an anarchic development of seaweeds and an intense consumption of oxygen at the bottom of lakes. The present study aims to present the results of the optimization of the choice of the pumping area of the waters of the BAB LOUTA dam in TAZA region, Morocco. This dam is the dam that provides the city of TAZA with drinking water. The results of physico-chemical analyses (dissolved Oxygen, Turbidity, Manganese, pH, and the temperature) were taken according to a vertical deep profile for a duration that spreads from March 2016 to March 2017.

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