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a Geo-resources Laboratory, associated Unit to CNRST (URAC42), Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Sciences and Technology Guéliz, Cadi Ayyad University, Abdelkarim Elkhattabi Avenue, Gueliz, P.O. Box 549, Marrakech, Morocco b Department of Geography, University of Ottawa, Ottawa (Ontario), Canada K1N 6N5 c HydrISE, Institut Polytechnique LaSalle(More)
Abstract The aim of this study was to use the FAO-56 single and dual crop coefficient approaches to estimate actual evapotranspiration (ETa) over an irrigated citrus orchard under drip and flood irrigations in Marrakech, Morocco. The results showed that, by using crop coefficients suggested in the FAO-56 paper, the performance of both approaches was poor(More)
Please address all the numbered queries on this page which are clearly identified on the proof for your convenience. Thank you for your cooperation _A_371173 1 Is this Equation 9? 2 Allen et al. not in refs list, please give details. 3 Please cross-reference the text without the use of section numbers! 4 Please update reference if possible. Abstract The(More)
The High-Atlas mountainous region in Morocco is a true water tower for the neighbouring arid plains, where the water resources are intensively and increasingly subjected to exploitation for agriculture and tourism. In order to manage this resource sustainably, it is necessary to describe accurately all the processes that contribute to the hydrological cycle(More)
In arid and semi-arid areas, rainfall is often characterized by a strong spatial and temporal variability. These environmental factors, combined with the sparsity of the measurement networks in developing countries, constitute real constraints for water resources management. In recent years, several spatial rainfall measurement sources have become(More)
The aim of this study was to assess the impact of three sources of pollution (landfill leachate, wastewater and mining activities) on the physico-chemical characteristics of surface water and groundwater in the northern region of Marrakech (Morocco). Numerous groundwater samples and surface water (Tensift River) samples were collected during the dry season(More)
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