L’étude preliminaire du lac collinaire de Djorf (Wilaya de Sétif) . Milinusic, B.M. Kats, M.J. Ministere de l’Agriculture et de la Reforme Agraire, Algiers. Programme de recherche sur les lacs collinaires dans les zones semi-arides du pourtour méditerranéen. An article from journal Revue des sciences de l’eau. , Oct , M. [IMG], lac-collinaire- , Nov , 20K. [IMG], lac-collinaire- COUP_medium.
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L’étude preliminaire du lac collinaire de Djorf (Wilaya de Sétif)
On the Kamech site in Cap Bon the dam was equipped with 4 fuel water pumps. Revue des sciences de l’eau 17, no. There is little to no exploitation of hill reservoirs that are far from the markets. Colliniare the catchment scale, measurements of energy balance showed a very strong water demand throughout the year.
A computerized bank of hydrological data collinaie set up. Micro-meteorological studies on rainfed agriculture allowed the estimation of actual evapotranspiration fluxes for hard wheat at both sites. Mediterranean, water, small dams, hill reservoirs, rural hydraulic works. In all semi-arid Mediterranean regions, ovine breeding is an important income for farmers. At the same time, studies on sheet erosion and gully erosion were carried out in the watersheds.
Their construction has several objectives:. One station was connected to a tipping bucket rain gauge 0. The main objective of this work was to build a hydrological model suitable for semiarid Mediterranean catchments with hill reservoirs, with two specific objectives: The use of water in the hill reservoirs appeared to be limited, but variable from one lake to the other.
Revue des sciences de l’eau17 2— The geochemical characterization of the water in hill reservoirs showed three major groups: They are integrated in a natural way within the landscape and do not create any particular pollution problems.
Switch to classic view. In addition to a training program and co-ordination activities, four projects were carried out:. Intensive cultivation of drip-irrigated tomatoes and peppers 10 ha coexists with traditional irrigated gardens. The parameters describing the watersheds were also recorded in a similar data bank.
Download the article in PDF to read it. Among other uses of the reservoir water, cattle watering and domestic needs were also important.
Economic, social and environmental studies were made using surveys with the farmers. Access to water and social organizations were studied as well as the division of responsibilities among state, collectivities and the individual.
An agronomic survey was carried out in Tunisia on water requirements for the main cropping systems and for different irrigation systems traditional, sprinkler or drip irrigation on two semi-arid sites.
The spillways were shaped in such a way that discharge could be estimated. Maps of different watersheds were stored using a geographical information system GIS. Water samples were collected seasonally during the project. The observations made during different hydrological periods aided in the understanding of the present geochemical evolution of water and confirmed the importance of reservoir hydrology in this evolution.
The observed actual evapotranspiration of hard wheat 2.
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Since the beginning of the project, annual records of all observations made from September to August at these test sites have been published. Solid transport varied from 1. During winter, high potential evapotranspiration values are due to strong winds.
All small reservoirs at the test sites were equipped with a water level gauge, an evaporation pan, and two stations for automatic data collection. Hill reservoirs contain fifty thousand to one million m3 of runoff water from watersheds whose areas range from a few hectares to several km2. After an analysis and synthesis of these projects in each country, seven test sites were chosen and a multidisciplinary approach was adopted.
A hill reservoir is a small lake resulting from a small dam. They regulate water flow and thus help to maintain populations in place, ensuring for them real possibilities of development.