Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : groundwater


APPLICATION OF GEOINFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE USE OF WATER RESOURCES

Mukhamadkhan Khamidov; Khasimbek Isabaev; Ilkhom Urazbaev; Utkir Islamov; Aziz Inamov; Zokhid Mamatkulov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1639-1648

Research in the 80s of the XX century aimed at changing the hydromodular
zoning of irrigated lands of the Khorezm oasis in Uzbekistan, the distribution of irrigated
lands by hydromodular regions and the definition of scientifically based irrigation regimes
for cotton in each hydromodule region. This article presents the results of scientific
research on the implementation of hydromodular zoning of irrigated lands of Khorezm
region, the distribution of irrigated lands by hydromodular regions and the definition of
scientifically based irrigation regimes for cotton in the main hydromodular regions of
Khorezm region. Moreover, it provides information on the study of hydrogeological
conditions, the definition of irrigated lands in the new hydromodular areas of the oasis.
Irrigated lands of Khorezm region belong to one soil-climatic zone - desert zone, three soilameliorative
areas within this zone. For the first time electronic distribution of irrigated
lands of Shоvоt and Gurlan districts of Khorezm region on the basis of geographic
information system (GIS) technology, using the data of soil-lithological sections and
observational wells maps were created.
When irrigating cotton in the most common hydromodule regions VII, VIII and IX in the
region cotton, while maintaining the pre-irrigation the soil moisture at the level of 70-80-
60% LSMC (lowest soil moisture capacity), and cotton is grown at 3856 m3 / ha (VII), 2789
(VIII) and 2203 m3 / ha (IX) irrigated according to seasonal irrigation norms; 35.0, 38.9
and 39.8 С/ha of cotton, with a minimum of one quintal for growing cotton: 55.4; 71.7 and
110.2 m3 of river water is consumed.

HYDROMODULE OF IRRIGATED LAND OF THE SOUTHERN DISTRICTS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KARAKALPAKSTAN USING THE GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM CREATION OF REGIONAL MAPS

М.Kh. Khamidov; K.T. Isabaev; I.K. Urazbaev; U.P. Islomov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1649-1657

The problem of global climate change is relevant to the human agenda, not
only because of the average annual temperature rise on the planet, but also because of
changes in the entire geosystem, rising global oceans, melting ice and permanent glaciers,
increasing uneven rainfall, changing river flow regimes and climate instability. other
changes involved.The article presents the results of scientific research on hydromodular
zoning of irrigated lands of Khorezm oasis and scientifically based irrigation regimes for
cotton in the main hydromodular regions of Khorezm oasis and study of soil and
hydrogeological conditions of the oasis, new hydromod Inclusion of observation wells for
monitoring of groundwater level and mineralization dynamics in ArcGIS program,
interpolation of groundwater surface, creation of electronic digital map of soil mechanical
composition, hydromodule using raster calculation panel based on groundwater level and
soil mechanical composition information on the formation of the zoning layer.

MODELING THE WATER RESOURCES CONTAMINATION LEVEL IN OPEN NODES

Oteniyazov Rashid Idirisovich; Xujakulov Toshtemir Abdixafizovich; Seytniyazov Davronbek Bayramovich; Atamuratov Aydos Turdimuratovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 673-680

There will be studied modeling the water resources contamination level in open nodes. The mathematical formulation of the problem of calculating unsteady flows in an arbitrary system of river channels based on one-dimensional equations of the Saint- Venant type is given in this work. Wastewater in the basin is controlled by six indicators: BOD, petroleum products, suspended solids, total phosphorus and nitrogen, as well as iron. Four cleaning methods are considered: mechanical, chemical, biological and biochemical. In the calculation process, each of these methods of wastewater treatment can be compared with the rest.