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Geology and groundwater resources of the Mahendragarh region, Punjab
G C. Chaterji
by Manager of Publications, Civil lines, by order of the Govt. of India in Delhi
Written in English
|Statement||by G.C. Chaterji and A.B. Biswas.|
|Series||Bulletins. Series B-Engineering geology and groundwater -- No. 22.|
|Contributions||Biswas, A B., Geological Survey of India.|
for a planned and optimal utilisation of water resources. The water resources of the basins remain almost constant while the demand for water continues to increase. The utilisable water resources of India are estimated to be BCM out of which BCM is surface water resources and BCM is groundwater Size: KB. GIS Approach for Groundwater Quality Study in Mewat District, Haryana, India Rajvir Singh, Anup Kumar, S.K. Chakarvarti. Abstract—Water is prime requirement for living beings. The availability of good quality groundwater plays vital role in developmental planning as well as agricultural Size: 1MB.
ADVERTISEMENTS: About lakh hectare metre Groundwater is available in India at present. After complete development of surface water resources, it is expected to become lakh hectare metre. Till the end of the Fourth Five-Year Plan, hardly lakh hectare metre Groundwater could be utilized. At present at least lakh hectare metre underground [ ]. KEY WORDS: Census of Latur District, Ground water geology, semi-arid climate, INTRODUCTION Latur District Latur district is in the Marathwada region in Maharashtra in India, located between 17°52' North to 18°50' North and 76°18' East to 79°12' East in the Deccan plateau. It has an average elevation of meters ( ft) above mean sea level.
Although groundwater is a crucial source of fresh water for human survival in arid and semi-arid regions, rapid population growth and economic development have degraded regional groundwater resources [1,2].Problems include depletion by intensive agricultural activity, quality degradation by increased fertilizers use, and pollution from urbanization and inappropriate sewage treatment [3,4,5,6].Author: Luchen Wang, Yi Mei, Kun Yu, Ying Li, Xuchen Meng, Fusheng Hu. situated in the east of the Sahyadri Mountain. Over 90 % region of the Maharashtra state is occupied by this plateau. The east-west stretch of this plateau region is km and the north-south width is about km. The average height of the plateau is m. C. GEOLOGY: 1) Maharashtra is a part of Deccan trap.
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Groundwater has become an increasingly important resource for irrigation, particularly in the Punjab, in the northern lndus Plain, where it contributes an estimated 40% of the on-farm water supplies. Outside the lndus Plain, groundwater is the mainstay of irrigation in large parts of Balochistan.
Mahendragarh is a city and a municipal committee in Mahendragarh district in the north Indian state of Haryana. It is kilometres (62 mi) from Gurgaon and comes under National Capital Region (India). Etymology. Earlier named kanaud, in early s it was renamed after Country: India.
Mahendragarh district occupies the southern extremity of the Haryana state jointly with Rewari and Gurgaon districts of Haryana. It has a total geographical area of sq km. and falls between Latitudes ’10” and ’30” and Longitudes ’ 00” and ’ 30”. Mahendragarh district isFile Size: KB. GSI () Geology and mineral resources of Jalandhar District, Punjab State Google Scholar Hamdan AMA, Rady ARA () Vulnerability of the groundwater in the quaternary aquifer at El Shalal-Kema area, Aswan, by: 9.
Groundwater level analyses of Punjab, India: A quantitative approach of Majha region of Punjab. The groundwater level data has shown that. geology and ground-water ressources of the anjar-khedoi region, eastern kutch (india) + groundwater geology f the pali region jodhpur division, western rajasthan, india [taylor, g.c., et al] on *free* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Irrigation System in Indian Punjab Singh, Inderjeet and Bhangoo, Kesar Singh Economics Department, Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab), coupled with unconstrained mining of groundwater, for meeting the food bowl requirements of the country. It is a model guided has led to over exploitation of groundwater resources, as the surface water Author: Inderjeet Singh, Kesar Singh Bhangoo.
In Punjab, the surface water resources are being fully managed through well-organized canal irrigation system.
However, the available surface water resources of the State are fully committed but unable to meet further demand of water in irrigation for agriculture. groundwater resources are depleting very fast. Groundwater tables and river levels are receding in many parts of the Punjab due to human water use.
One of the major reasons for increasing the water scarcity in the region is changes in precipitation patterns and intensity. Drastically reduced precipitation in some. Madhya Pradesh (MP; / ˌ m ʌ d j ə p r ə ˈ d ɛ ʃ /, Hindi: [ˈmədʱjə pɾəˈdeːʃ] (); meaning Central Province) is a state in central capital is Bhopal, and the largest city is Indore, with Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain, Sagar being the other major cities.
Madhya Pradesh is the second largest Indian state by area and the fifth largest state by population with over 75 million Capital: Bhopal. The city of Mahendragarh was formerly known as Kanoud because of Kanauadia populated by Brahmins.
It is said that Malik Mahadud Khan, a servant of Babar had settled. In the seventeenth century, Maratha ruler Tanti Tope built a fort here.
Inruler Maharaja Narendra Singh of Patiala principality had named this fort in Mahendergarh [ ]. Towards Better Management of Ground Water Resources in India. Chairman &Scientist D. Central Ground Water Board.
Bhujal Bhawan, CGO Complex, NH IV, Faridabad-Haryana, India. e-mail: [email protected] Abstract Groundwater is the most preferred source of water in various user sectors in India onFile Size: KB. Rainfall and other sources e.g.
canal network is limited in this district groundwater is the main source of water for different uses. This may be the main reason of deepening water level in the area. The monitoring of groundwater level has assumed greater significance with the extensive development of groundwater Size: KB.
increasing nitrate and related pollution in groundwater. The Punjab-Haryana plains (India) are one of the most agriculturally productive regions in the world.
The plains are rich in natural resources, including deep productive soils, adequate water supply, and favourable climatic conditions for agriculture resulting in two or more crops per Size: KB. Hydrogeochemistry of groundwater is important for sustainable development and effective management of the groundwater resource.
Fifty-six groundwater samples were collected from shallow tube wells of the intensively cultivated southern part of district Bathinda of Punjab, India, during pre- and post-monsoon seasons. Conventional graphical plots were used to define the geochemical evaluation Cited by: Project: 2 Preliminary Hydrogeological investigation in Eastern and North Eastern part of Nagaon Dist.
along with western part of Karbi Anlong District with emphasis on groundwater eet Nos. 83(B/14, B/15, B/16, F/2, F/3 F/4,F/8,G/5).Quantum of work to be done. ADVERTISEMENTS: Classification of Ground Water Provinces in India.
India is a vast country having diversified geological, climatological and topographic set up, giving rise to divergent ground water situations in different parts of the country.
The prevalent rock formations, ranging in age from the Archaean to the Recent, which control occurrence and movement of ground water, [ ]. Area Surveyed, Geology, Climate and Vegetation 28 Temperate Zone: In this region the vegetation is a mixture of tropical and temperate species.
The conifers like. Explore Punjab & Haryana holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | The glittering highlight of this otherwise understated region is Amritsar’s unmissable Golden Temple.
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Water Environ. Pollut., 14 (), pp./AJWCited by: Assessment of groundwater quality in relation to agricultural purposes in parts of Ludhiana District, Punjab, India Sharda Shakha et al., International Journal of Environmental Sciences Volume 5 No.4, Materials and methods Groundwater samples were collected during May and October and were analyzed in laboratory.groundwater gets polluted drastically because of increased human activities.
Consequently, the numbers of cases of water born diseases have been seen causing health hazard. The study has been carried out to assess the impact of human activities on the quality of groundwater of Sangamner area, Ahmednagar district, Maharashtra.
21 groundwater samples.