Water and water shortage Iran
case study Tashk-Bakhtegan and Maharlu lakes basin, Fars Province, South Iran
Fatemeh Ghader, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin
Tashk-Bakhtegan and Maharlu lakes' basin in Fars province in the south of Iran is facing a harsh water shortage in recent years. In this study for the first time, a complete research was carried out to understand the hydrologic circle of Tashk-Bakhtegan and Maharlu lakes' basin.
In this study those basins were evaluated in terms of meteorology, surface water, groundwater, water quality, and water balance was carried out. Although the agriculture section was evaluated as the most water consumer. In the appendix, part is presented tables and figures of study in different part of the study.
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