Hassen Ouelhazi

Hassen Ouelhazi
Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Ressources Hydrauliques et de la Pêche

Ph.D

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3 Research Items
27 Citations
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Additional affiliations
November 2013 - October 2020
Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Ressources Hydrauliques et de la Pêche
Position
  • Technician
Description
  • -Chef projet au arrondissement de conservation des eaux et des sols. -Chargé d'appui de développement rural.
Education
September 2009 - June 2016
University of Tunis El Manar
Field of study
  • géologie-hydrogéologie-géochimie
September 2005 - June 2008
University of Tunis El Manar
Field of study
  • géologie appliquée à l'environnement
September 2000 - June 2005
University of Sfax
Field of study
  • géotechnique d'environnement et d'aménagement + sciences de la terre

Publications

Publications (5)
Article
The aim of this study is to determine the general state of the Korba aquifer (northwestern Tunisia) with respect to seawater intrusion and to assess the suitability of groundwater for drinking and irrigation purposes. A total of 60 groundwater samples were collected and analysed for physicochemical parameters (pH, EC, TDS, Na + , K + , Ca 2+ , Mg 2...
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In semi-arid regions, a major challenge facing the coastal population is the design of sustainable aquifer protection plans which primary require a reliable understanding of groundwater. The aim of this study was to determine the general state of the Korba aquifer (northwestern Tunsia) with respect to seawater intrusion and to assess the suitabilit...
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En Tunisie, des politiques récentes cherchent à mettre en place une participation effective des populations rurales à la formulation de plans territoriaux de développement intégrant des dimensions économiques, sociales et environnementales. Le programme PACTE expérimente une démarche pilote pour mettre en œuvre cette participation dans six zones ru...
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Korba aquifer is one of the most typical examples of over-exploited coastal aquifer in the Mediterranean countries. In fact, from 1985 a considerable piezometric level drop, water salinization, and seawater intrusion were registered in the aquifer. In December 2008, Tunisian authorities initiated a general plan to groundwater management in order to...

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For agricultural soil.

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Projects (2)
Project
“The United Nations (U.N.) announced that drought is at risk of becoming ‘the next pandemic’ if urgent action isn’t taken to tackle climate change through water and land management,” The Hill reported. “About 1.5 billion people have suffered from the effects of droughts this century, with the land devastation, food insecurity and other subsequent factors leading to economic costs of an estimated $124 billion.” “About 130 countries could face a greater risk of drought this century under a high-emissions scenario cited by the U.N.,” Reuters reported. “Another 23 countries will confront water shortages because of population growth, with 38 nations affected by both, it said. Drought — like a virus — tends to last a long time, have a wide geographic reach and cause knock-on damage.” This project aims to: - Contribute to achieving the sixth goal of sustainable development (ensure access to water and sanitation). - Contribute to achieving international water security. - Raising the awareness of decision-makers and the international civil society, Actors in the social and economic environment, about the risks of drought, through prospective studies. - Sensitizing decision-makers and the international civil society about ways to conserve blue gold. - Contribute to finding possible and alternative solutions to face drought. - How to cope with the next epidemic (drought).
Project
the preventing of soil loss from erosion or reduced fertility caused by over usage, acidification, salinization or other chemical soil contamination. -Techniques for improved soil conservation include crop rotation, -Political and economic action is further required to solve the erosion problem...