Potentialities of water resources pollution of the Nile River Delta, Egypt.

@inproceedings{Elewa2013PotentialitiesOW,
  title={Potentialities of water resources pollution of the Nile River Delta, Egypt.},
  author={Hossam H. Elewa},
  year={2013}
}
The population growth, economic development with the consequent anthropogenic activities at the Nile Delta of Egypt addresses the present-day hydro-environmental status and quality deterioration trends of surface Nile River water. The hydrochemical fingerprints of surface waters revealed the effects of points and non-points sources of pollution. The relative low Cl and SO4 2in Nile water of Damietta and Rosetta branches precludes subjacent sources of polluted water. Mixing of surface Nile… CONTINUE READING

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