IJSRP, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2015 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Ismail HILAL, Jamal Eddine STITOU EL MESSARI, Bilal El OUARAGLI, Youssef SABAN
In order to ensure drinking water supply to the inhabitants of Jahjouka village located in the central north of Morocco, a geophysical Geo-electric study has been performed in order to evaluate the water potential of the land in question. The area being studied has from the top up to 20m depth a clay-marl formation containing large blocks of sandstone rocks. This very permeable formation cannot be linked to the characteristic clay formation of the geological unity of Tangier. The main reservoir has a capacity of approximately 50m before turning to true clay of external Tangier. It is at this horizon where the water has been located, trapped and stored.