Ergene Havzasının Doğusunun (Halaçlı-Çayırdere-Sayalar) Hidrojeolojik İncelemesi
Birinci, Ali Kemal
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In the Thrace Region, there has been a population growth since 1970s due to the rapid increase in industrialization especially in Çorlu, Çerkezköy and Silivri. The need for drinkable, municipal, irrigation and industrial water has also increased significantly because of the population growth and industrialization. Groundwater abstraction from many boreholes in the region has been implemented so as to meet these (the) needs. The study area is located in the eastern part of the Ergene Basin where there is no industrialization and the population density is low. Agricultural activities are also carried out intensively in the region. There are not many effects polluting the groundwater in the study area. For this reason, there are 28 drinking water wells by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality in the region, and they produce average 30 I/s flow rates. In this study, the hydrogeological characteristics of Ergene and Danişment Formations will be investigated. In order to investigate these formations with aquifer, feeding grounds and geological structural elements of the study area determined. Moreover, surface and groundwater in the area evaluated together. In the light of all data obtained in the study, it is aimed to create the conceptual model of the area by making hydrogeological evaluations.