Water is a primary good for humans and therefore requires management, which is the result of in-depth studies and careful and predictive planning by competent professionals. A comprehensive hydrogeological study is essential to establish the scheme of groundwater cycles for a given area. Through this study, it is possible to obtain information about the relationships between lithotypes in an area, the presence of water, and the possible consequences resulting from the realization of a work. Assessing available water resources is one of the essential foundations for the correct and rational use of water resources to avoid imbalances in the natural water cycle.
Investigations into the hydrodynamic characterization of the aquifer and the knowledge of its hydrogeological parameters are carried out. adequate support to protect the environment from the threat of groundwater pollution and depletion of aquifer potential itself.