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Impact of the Invasion of Modern Irrigation Systems in the Oasis of Lahmar, South Western Algeria

Author: Cherif Rezzoug; Boualem Emini; Saed Hamoudi
Edition/Format: Downloadable article Downloadable article : English
Publication:journal of defense resources management, v7 n1(12) (20160601): 169-176
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for centuries, the oasis dwellers of the algerian sahara exploit the groundwater
through the use of traditional techniques such as foggaras (traditional technique of
irrigation in the algerian southwest), and wells of chadouf (pendulum wells). in the
oasis of lahmar, in southwest algeria, the farmers use foggaras (known by the name  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Cherif Rezzoug; Boualem Emini; Saed Hamoudi
ISSN:2068-9403
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 7179166448
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Abstract:

for centuries, the oasis dwellers of the algerian sahara exploit the groundwater
through the use of traditional techniques such as foggaras (traditional technique of
irrigation in the algerian southwest), and wells of chadouf (pendulum wells). in the
oasis of lahmar, in southwest algeria, the farmers use foggaras (known by the name
of foggaras ain - foggaras of source) to irrigate their fields. nowadays though, due
to the indiscriminate use of modern systems (boreholes and pumps) to procure water
for irrigation and urban consumption, over-exploitation and drying off of water
sources have been one the rise while traditional techniques are becoming day by day
out of service and, what is more, palm groves have almost completely disappeared.

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