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    Water expert warns of the proposal of the Minister of Water Resources to establish a channel from th

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    Post by Rocky Fri 17 Aug 2018, 2:21 am

    Water expert warns of the proposal of the Minister of Water Resources to establish a channel from the Gulf to the Sea of ​​Najaf

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    [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and water expert Ali al-Lami warned of the proposal of the Minister of Water Resources to establish a channel from the Gulf to the Sea of ​​Najaf, pointing out that the project has serious environmental effects that damage the Iraqi groundwater reserves and the accumulation of salinity.
    "Every cubic meter of Gulf water contains 40 kg of salt, equivalent to one kilogram of salt per 20 liters of water," he said.
    Al-Lami added that "if this proposal was useful for the Gulf, it has channeled deep into its countries and prevented [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] from going out." Noting that "the UAE intends to extend pipelines to withdraw water from the rivers of Pakistan and cost hundreds of billions because of the percentage of salinity in those waters."
    He added that " the project has a negative environmental effects of hazardous harmful to stockpile [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Iraqi groundwater and cause the accumulation of salts that the salinity of the Gulf waters of up to 40 thousands and when entering Iraq rises to 50 thousands in the event of the project was set up because of the high temperatures."
    He said that "the waters of the downstream, which starts from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]towards the Gulf carries in the last deposition rates of high pollutants and return them through the Sea of ​​Najaf caused major disasters," pointing out that "these high rates of salinity make the Gulf water is not valid for drinking or agriculture or animals only after And costing them too much. "
    "What will [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] do with the salt water that the canal will take from the Gulf to the Najaf Sea and where it will be run after the sea of ​​Najaf or Razaza is full if it is referred to, especially since the channels are known to be deep and discharge high water," he said. Considering the project "as sterile before it was born and has a negative and did not carry any positive."
    The Minister of Water Resources Hassan al-Janabi said that the project of establishing a "sea canal" from the Gulf to the Sea of ​​Najaf or Lake Razzaza would save [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] from major bottlenecks in drinking water, stop the expansion of the desert and develop the Iraqi economy. 

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    Water expert warns of the proposal of the Minister of Water Resources to establish a channel from th Empty Water resources official: We are waiting for foreign consultants to address the salinity of the Shat

    Post by Rocky Fri 17 Aug 2018, 2:22 am

    Water resources official: We are waiting for foreign consultants to address the salinity of the Shatt al-Arab

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    The Minister of Water Resources, Zafer Abdullah, announced that the Ministry [url=https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/ar/Story/t/5818/%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D9%88%D8%A7%D8%B1%D8%AF %D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%A7%D8%A6%D9%8A%D8%A9]of Water Resources is[/url] waiting for foreign consultants to study how to eliminate salinity in the Shatt al-Arab and establish a dam in Basra.
    Abdullah said that salinity has increased significantly in the Shatt al-Arab as a result of the rising tide, and the Karun River has increased salinity, as well as Gulf water, which has increased. 
    He explained that the ministry has a project to eliminate the salt tide and build a dam in Basra, but waiting for foreign advisers, where they will study the issue of salt tide.

    "The study of consultants will take a full climate cycle over a period of one year in order to decide on the salt tide and the feasibility of building the dam and its location," Abdullah said.
    The adviser to the minister that "the ministry has a trivial in the process of building the dam, where the study will explain the need for [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to the dam, in order not to waste money, because the construction of the dam needs a billion to one and a half billion dollars." 


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