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Mapping Groundwater Potential Zones Using Analytical Hierarchical Process and Multicriteria Evaluation in the Central Eastern Desert, Egypt
Exploring alternative freshwater resources other than those surrounding the Nile is critical to disperse Egypt's population to other uninhabited desert areas. This study aims to locate groundwater potential zones (GWPZs) in the water-scarce desert between the Qina and Safga-Bir Queh regions to build groundwater wells, thereby attracting and supporting people's demand for water, food, and urban development. Multi-criteria evaluation (MCE) and analytical hierarchical process (AHP) techniquesdoi:10.3390/w14071041 fatcat:jwd25kuzs5abhlcqwv52qvc5he