Sedimentlogical Study of Chak Hydropower Reservoir, Wardak, Afghanistan
This sedimentlogical, research is carried out aimed atChak dam reservoir sediments study, in Chak, Wardak province. For completion this investigation we used dissimilar samples of Chak dam reservoir. Thestratigraphy of dam reservoir are situatedat the different width, andhave its placeto the discharge of River at the snowmelting seasons.Normally at those years extra precipitation the thickness of layers are additional, but in those years there are drought the thickness of layers are thin.Since that we can find the climate change, because in Afghanistan from 1980 we not having more precipitation.These more aquifers are between different sizes of sediments (sands and gravels).In the dam reservoir we can find different sizes of clay, silt and sands, granules. In this research we found different formation of stratigraphy in profile is consisting different layers like sand, silty clay, gravel, sand, clayey loam,loam and silty clay,gravel with different types of heavy and light minerals . Overall the aquifer are belonging to bigger sizes of sands and gravels. This research is therefore essential to study the different layers in profile, with no or rare previous research’s.
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