The project "Hydrological significance of Mediterranean Geoparks" is being carrying out since 2021 in five countries, Palestine, Marrocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan and Spain. Las Loras UNESCO Global Geopark (UGGp) is focused for a specific hydrogeological study conducted through the analysis of relevant springs, as main water sources against groundwater which is barely used.
In this work, the main results achieved are presented:
a) Identification of the elements that allow defining the geological diversity of the geopark.
b) Main aquifers.
c) Physico-chemical characteristics of the most relevant springs.
As a result, a hydrogeological conceptual model is proposed to explain the hydrogeological functioning of the area.