Hydrogeological and Hydrochemical research iin the central portion of Euboea Island

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Τομέας Δυναμικής - Τεκτονικής - Εφαρμοσμένης Γεωλογίας
Library of the School of Science
Deposit date:
Khamis Abdelaziz
Dissertation committee:
Μαριολάκος Ηλίας Ομότ. Καθηγητής (Επιβλέπων), Λέκκας Σπυρίδων Ομότ. Καθηγητής, Στουρνάρας Γεώργιος Ομότ. Καθηγητής
Original Title:
Υδρογεωλογικές και Υδροχημικές έρευνες στο κεντρικό τμήμα της Νήσου Εύβοιας
Translated title:
Hydrogeological and Hydrochemical research iin the central portion of Euboea Island
This PhD thesis analyzes the geomorphological, hydrogeoical and hydrochemical
conditions of the hydrogeological basin. The study area covers an area of
The aim of the research is to investigate the groundwater dynamic, quality and
suitability for various utilities. The geological formations present in the
area are alpine Pelagonian Zone and late alpine sediments. The morphology of
the area is hilly, plane configuration of three channel networks of Messapiou,
Morteri and Pethamenou. Remarks from 709 monitory wells are decisive in
defining the ground water of unconfind aquifers, Makro-permeable consolidated
formations and mikro-permeable unconsolidated formations The direction of
groundwater flow in coastal basins (Artaki, Psachna and Politika) directed
towards Euboea Golf. The storativity, reserves water added to Artaki basin in
three hydrological periods 9445m3, 6510m3 and 4465m3. Verification 8618 site
and laboratory chemical analyses detect the water temperature oC, pH, Eh,
Salinity, EC, TDS, Ca, Mg, Na, K, HCO3 / CO3, Cl, NO3, SO4, CaCO3, NO2, NH4,
PO4, Cd , Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni and Pb. The results presented in charts, formulas
and relations (H. Schoeller, C. Waterlot, Richards, Revelle, Mandel - Shiftan,
Sawyer - McCarty, Hem, Ayers, Magnesium Hazard and the quality standards of the
European Union and World Health Organization).
Dynamic, Quality, Wells, Springs, Psachna
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VI, 494
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