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- The Tlemcen Mountains are a real water tower in western Algeria, a region with limited water resources and which is hit several times a century by intense multi-year droughts (more than 3 following years). To cope with these periods of drought, one of the region's best assets is the existence of large karst aquifers. Their renewable reserves (the flux) are significant, but are already largely used. On the other hand, permanent reserves (the stock) are not subject to any strategic management,doi:10.5281/zenodo.7038399 fatcat:sa6en5k35vaktbbeywyavbr5pi