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Groundwater vulnerability assessment and evaluation of human activity impact (HAI) within the Dead Sea groundwater basin, Jordan
Groundwater vulnerability to contamination was determined within the Dead Sea groundwater basin, Jordan, using the DRASTIC model and evaluation of human activity impact (HAI). DRASTIC is an index
Assessment of Land Use/Cover Change and Urban Expansion of the Central Part of Jordan Using Remote Sensing and GIS
This paper presents the temporal and spatial patterns of land use/cover change and identifies the process of urbanization for the major cities at the central part of Jordan using multi temporal
Mangrove Forests Mapping in the Southern Part of Japan Using Landsat ETM+ with DEM
A regional map of mangrove forests was produced for six islands located in the southern part of Japan by integrating the spectral analyses of Landsat Enhanced Thematic Mapper plus (ETM+) images
Potential Hazard Map for Snow Disaster Prevention Using GIS-Based Weighted Linear Combination Analysis and Remote Sensing Techniques: A Case Study in Northern Xinjiang, China
Snow disaster is one of the top ten natural disasters worldwide. Almost every year, there will be snow disasters in north Xinjiang, northwestern China. Since the accumulated heavy snow in winter
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Estimating the water and heat budget as an indicator for water resources management using an integrated watershed modeling tool
A water resources management considering not only water but also heat has become a crucial issue due to limited availability of water resources, increasing water contaminations and ground source heat
Monitoring the Dead Sea Area Changes Using Remote Sensing and GIS
The Dead Sea is hydrologically considered a very important place due its location at the lowest point on the Earth at an elevation of 416.3m below sea level, and being the saltiest lake (332kg/m3) in
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Optimization of a solar-wind- grid powered desalination system in Saudi Arabia
Abstract The utilization of renewable energy to run desalination plants has enormously expanded in the last two decades. In this study, a grid-connected hybrid solar-wind system is proposed to power