Estimation and managing of groundwater resources affected by changing climatic conditions require the application of reliable and accurate forecasts of groundwater levels and quality. This study aimed to use the cloud of GIS technology to create and upload maps to assess water quality in the Gaza Strip and identify groundwater layers from 2007 to 2015. The study showed that groundwater in Gaza is exposed to sewage and pollution, a noticeable increase in the percentage of general pollution as it concluded To the ability of geographic information systems to study water and its characteristics, and as a result of accurate assessments of the global situation of groundwater, the creation of geographical databases and the conclusion that there is a strong relationship between the population and the increase in pollution, and that there is a relationship between chemical pollution of water and diseases and other diseases with increased pollution, and there is a relationship between chemical pollution of water Diseases and other diseases The study showed that there is a significant increase in the level of drinking water chemistry, in particular, more than five times greater than that defined by the global health standards for water.
The study also showed that it helps raise society's awareness and inform it of the extent of pollution, which leads to creating a spirit of cooperation and positive participation in an attempt to reduce the problem by ensuring the optimal use of water and spontaneity waste reduction.
Anahtar Kelimeler: Groundwater, GIS, Chemical pollution, Gaza Map