The thesis presented by the student Chanoz Hamza Yassin included studying and determining the chemical distribution of the various elements within the Tigris River between Al-Sarafiya Bridge and Al-Shuhada Bridge, measuring the concentration of the elements in the suspended sediments in the river water and indicating the factors affecting them.
The study concluded the base of the river water in the study area and the decrease of the acid function due to discharge of sewage water to the river. The physical tests of river water samples within the study area indicated that the turbidity values of the suspended solids exceeded the permissible limits.
The researcher recommended the establishment of industrial water treatment plants prior to their arrival to the river, conducting seasonal studies and laboratory experiments of the Tigris River, and conducting a detailed study of the source of cadmium and its geochemical behavior, as this component poses a danger to human health.
Master Thesis at the University of Kirkuk The impact of the waste of the city of medicine on the water and sediments of the Tigris River using the techniques of remote sensing
A Master of Applied Geology in the Faculty of Science, University of Kirkuk, studied the effect of the city's waste on water and sediments of the Tigris River using remote sensing techniques in selected areas of Baghdad / Iraq.