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Master Thesis at the University of Kirkuk discusses environmental geochemistry of heavy elements in soil and water deposits

02 April 2019
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The master thesis at the Faculty of Science at the University of Kirkuk discussed the environmental geochemistry of heavy elements in soil and water deposits in the city of Chamchamal in Sulaymaniyah Governorate in northeastern Iraq to the student Bushra Rasool Rashid.

The study included the study of the hydro-geochemical distribution of the content of heavy elements in groundwater and drinking, the study of the physical and chemical properties and their suitability for different uses, as well as study the spatial distribution of heavy elements in soil sediments and their geochemical behavior with other chemical components.The study found several results, including that the elements of arsenic, manganese and cobalt reached the highest rates in samples of residential, industrial and commercial areas.The researcher recommended limiting the disposal of household waste and sewage without treatment to the soil, and the allocation of landfills for waste disposal away from residential areas because they contain high concentrations of heavy elements.bushra01

 

- The door of the ancient fortress of Kirkuk inscribed with the Holy verse) and tell my Lord Zdni note (bold font Diwani).
- The oil tower symbolizes the extraction of natural wealth (oil) from the ground, which is characterized by the province of Kirkuk.
- The sun signifies the light of science in the city of black gold. - An open and engraved book under the title of the University of Kirkuk, in Arabic and English, the book symbolizes science.
- The university is one of the formations of the Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and History, which symbolizes the foundation year of the university in 2003 AD (1424 AH).

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