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Application of principal component analysis (PCA) for evaluating the quality of Hammam Debagh dam water, Guelma province (north-eastern Algeria)

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Nadjette Zeghaba, Abdelaziz Laraba

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J. Bio. Env. Sci.12( 5), 236-242, May 2018


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In order to better understand and manage the quality of Hammam Debagh dam water, the application of the two (2) principal component analysis (PCAs) could be beneficial, realized respectively by the physico-chemical parameters and the metallic trace elements (MTEs) In view of such an application, eighteen (18) physico-chemical parameters and four (4) metallic trace elements, coming from samples collected during eleven (11) years from 2006 to 2016, helped to provide answers to our problem. The various results contribute to make known the quality and the sources of pollution of the waters of our dam including agricultural and domestic. The Hammam Debagh dam is slightly polluted and the pollution is of agricultural and domestic origin.


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