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ptJ- ftcE- 67~ ~O1OY-0 - part - usaid

ptJ- ftcE- 67~ ~O1OY-0 - part - usaid

Mmlstry ofWater and

Mmlstry ofWater and IrngatlOn Water QualIty Improvement and ConservatIOn Project Sprmg Momtonng Plan speCIfic chemIcals and the momtormg frequency associated wIth the general parameter categones speCIfied m Table 8 It IS recommended to treat all the domestIc water supply sprmgs WhICh have bactenoiogical contammatIOn Dead Sea Basms Most of the major spnngs m the Dead Sea basms have mamtamed their normal flow regime (Table 9) Only one spnng (Slkkm) has dned up and and another (Marwaha Kablreh) has "declmed" m discharge The Dead Sea basms mclude the maJonty of the hot or thermal sprmgs m the country These spnngs are located m the Wadi Zarqa Ma'm basm and m the Zara area along the Dead Sea The most Important sprmgs m WadI Zarqa Ma'm are Ma'm East, Esh Shallal, Hammam AmIr, and EI Magara These spnngs have been developed by the Ma'm thermal statIon for tounsm and therapy Esh Shallal and Hammam Amir spnngs are momtored on a monthly baSIS (Table 10), but theIr permanent weIrS need to be rehabIlitated EI Magara sprmg WIll contmue to be momtored on a monthly baSIS Ma'm East IS a new sprmg located east ofEsh Shallal It was IdentIfied durmg the field tnp and IS proposed as a new monthly momtonng statIOn (see AppendIx A) A hIgh flow, whIch ongmates from spnngs upstream of WadI larqa Ma'm, was Identified durmg the field VISIt A new monthly momtormg statIon was selected to measure thIS flow (refer to AppendIX A for detmls) All the WadI larqa Ma'm spnngs waters flow toward the Dead Sea where they are momtored on a monthly baSIS at the WadI Zarqa Ma'm statIon near the Dead Sea The eXIstmg WadI Zarqa Ma'm surface water gauge, near the Dead Sea, needs to be relocated m order to record all the latter spnngs discharge, the baseflow and flood flow Most ofthe Zara spnngs flow to the Dead Sea and have not been developed FIve (5) major lara spnngs, namely Zara No 1, lara No 2, Zara No 4, Zara No 7, and Zara No 8, currently are momtored on a monthly baSIS Two (2) other non-momtored major spnngs were IdentIfied durmg the field VISIt A monthly momtonng SIte was selected for each of them These spnngs are presented m Table 9 as Zara E and Zara F, and are descnbed m AppendIX A It also was found that lara No 2, Zara No 4, Zara No 5 (low dIscharge), and lara No 6 \ \momtor\m-plans\spnngs\sprmg wr rvO 16 3114-97 Ie 037 December 1997

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