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Authors: Alqadi KA | Kumar L | Khormi H
Date: 2014
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: une-20131205-114619
Description: This study uses geographic information systems to map the hotspots level changes in underground water quality based on pH, nitrate and conductivity in Amman, Zarqa and Balqa regions, Jordan using data ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Alqadi KA
Date: 2014
Language: en
Type of item: thesis doctoral
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/16919
Description: Jordan is one of the countries in the world facing a water crisis, as current water usage in the country is unsustainable in terms of both supply and quality. The water demands of Jordan have led to a ... show more
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Authors: Alqadi KA | Kumar L
Date: 2014
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: une-20140220-103037
Description: The primary problems in water quality and availability in Jordan stem from poor long-term planning. This paper looks at past and current policies related to water management, considers their weaknesse ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Alqadi KA | Kumar L
Date: 2013
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/13122
Description: This study investigated the monthly variation of water quality in the Amman-Zarqa and Balqa regions in Jordan in terms of pH, ammonium, nitrate and conductivity. During 2004 there was no monthly varia ... show more
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Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Alqadi KA | Kumar L | Jarrah A
Date: 2013
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: une-20131204-115654
Description: Current water use in Jordan is unsustainable in terms of both supply and quality. The growth in population, primarily as a consequence of pulse immigration stemming from regional conflicts, has led to ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Authors: Alqadi KA | Kumar L
Date: 2011
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/9382
Description: This paper examines the problems of water shortage and quality issues in the Kingdom of Jordan. Demand for water has led to a decimation of ground water supplies and a significant rise in salinity. Th ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
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