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Downward dividends of groundwater irrigation in hard rock areas of Southern Peninsular India

Downward dividends of groundwater irrigation in hard rock areas of Southern Peninsular India

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Published by Institute for Social and Economic Change in Bangalore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAnantha K.H.
The Physical Object
Pagination18 p.
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24581737M
LC Control Number2010319113

& ANI: GROUNDWATER FLOW AND FLUCTUATION USING GIS IN A HARD ROCK REGION - SOUTH INDIA Groundwater Recharge & Discharge J anuary February March April May June July August September October November December Well No. 4 R ainfall (mm) 12 Cited by: 3. the hard rock terrain of central India L. P. CHOURASIA Department of Applied Geology, Dr H. S. Gour University, Sagar , M. P., India [email protected] Abstract Hydrogeochemical investigations have been carried out to determine the sources of dissolved ions in groundwater in a part of the hard rock terrain of central India.

hard rock groundwater recharge using check dams in rajasthan, india and its relevance to south australia. @ presented by: yogita dashora and peter dillon. and . Abstract Groundwater samples were collected for pre-monsoon and post-monsoon seasons based on the variation in the geomorphological, geological, and hydrogeological factors for assessment of groundwater quality for drinking and irrigation use in a shallow hard rock aquifer of Pudu-nagaram area, Palakkad district, Kerala. The samples were.

  JAIPUR: Despite the water crisis in the desert state of Rajasthan, the groundwater table in certain areas has increased, thus taking the total number of safe water blocks from 25 to According. Northwest India % Central India % South Peninsula -7% East & northeast India % Out of 36 meteorological subdivisions, the rainfall has been excess over 1, normal o deficient over 12 sub-divisions and no sub-division under scanty Size: 4MB.


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DOWNWARD DIVIDENDS OF GROUNDWATER IRRIGATION IN HARD ROCK AREAS OF SOUTHERN PENINSULAR INDIA Anantha K H1 Abstract An important input for sustainable agricultural development in hard rock areas is access to groundwater irrigation. In hard rock areas, due to cumulative well interference, the life of irrigation wells and their groundwater yield.

Anantha K H, "Downward Dividends of Groundwater Irrigation in Hard Rock Areas of Southern Peninsular India," Working PapersInstitute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore.

Handle: RePEc:sch:wpaperCited by: 3. Anantha, K. Downward dividends of groundwater irrigation in hard-rock areas of southern peninsular India, Working paper No. Bangalore: Institute for Social and Economic by: 6. GROUNDWATER DEPLETION AND COPING STRATEGIES OF FARMING COMMUNITIES IN HARD ROCK AREAS OF SOUTHERN PENINSULAR INDIA Anantha K.H.

and K.V. Raju* This study examines the impact and potential opportunities of groundwater irrigation on rural farm households. Focusing on the size and pattern of the groundwater economy in selected villages located in.

Downward dividends of groundwater irrigation in hard-rock areas of southern peninsular India, Working paper No K H Anantha Report of the expert group on groundwater management and ownership (61 pp.). Indo-French Centre for Groundwater Research IFCGR The shallow hard-rock aquifers represent around 65% of India’s overall aquifer surface area (World Bank ) The main “hard-rock states” account for close to 13 millions irrigation wells, more than twice the number of File Size: 2MB.

Groundwater development in hard rock aquifer areas has always played a secondary role compared with that in the areas having high-yielding unconsolidated or semiconsolidated sediments and carbonate rocks.

This has been due to the relatively poor groundwater resources in hard rocks, low File Size: KB. Manjunatha, AV, Asif Reza Anik, Stijn Speelman, et al. “Farmers’ Participation in Informal Groundwater Market in Hard Rock Areas of Peninsular India.” Agricultural Economics Research Review.

VC Mathur et al. Vol. 45– Print. Demarcation of prospective groundwater recharge zones in hard rock area from Southern India Article in Scientific research and essays 6(16) August with Reads.

Anantha KH () Downward dividends of groundwater irrigation in hard rock areas of southern peninsular India. Working Paper #The Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore Google ScholarAuthor: M. Dinesh Kumar. ADVERTISEMENTS: Southern Peninsula of India (explained with maps).

The hill ranges Aravalli, Vindhya, Satpura and Ajanta demarcate the Gangetic plain from the Peninsular plateau. The Peninsula is flanked by the Eastern and the Western Ghats. The Nilgiri Hills form the southern point of the plateau. The Deccan plateau is the oldest part of India with [ ].

Groundwater Exploitation in India, Environmental Impacts This comprises most of peninsular India from the southern tip and ranging up to Delhi. Except Groundwater Exploitation in India, Environmental Impacts and Limits to Further Exploitation for Irrigation high yield.

The valley fill can range from 50 m to m in by: 2. Govt of India, addressing the meeting stressed the need for safe drinking water for human health, particularly of chil-dren. About 80% of the drinking water supply in rural areas is met by ground-water, but there are many constraints in the availability of potable drinking water in hard rock terrain both in terms of qua-lity and quantity.

For obtaining a quick and stable solution of a groundwater problem in a hard rock area, totalling about km 2 in the southeastern parts of the Banda district of India, an integrated approach of photogeological, hydrogeological and geoelectrical studies was carried out with satisfactory results.

The data of vertical electrical soundings were interpreted using a computer oriented ridge Cited by: 6. A Study on Heavy Metal Ion Contamination of Groundwater Reserves in Beed City, Maharashtra, India highest in urban areas where large volume of wastes are concentrated and discharged into The levels of Zn in the groundwater samples assessed were found to between mg/l (S14) to mg/l (S2).

File Size: KB. Heavy Metal Contamination in Groundwater around Industrial Estate vs Residential Areas in Coimbatore, India K. Mohankumar, 1 V. Hariharan, 2 and N.

Prasada Rao 3 1 MBBS Student, Karpagam Faculty of Medical Sciences and Research, Pollachi Main Road, Othakkalmandapam, Coimbatore, by: Groundwater systems of the Indian Sub-Continent. Water logging is a critical issue in the southern areas as most of the areas were flooded during monsoon time M.

JhaIdentifying sources of groundwater contamination in a hard-rock aquifer system using multivariate statistical analyses and GIS-based geostatistical modeling by: Evaluation of fluoride contamination in groundwater sources in hard rock terrain in Garhwa district, Jharkhand, India Shashank Shekhar, Pandey.

A.C, Nathawat.M.S International Journal of Environmental Sciences Volume 3 No.3, groundwater zones deeper than feet are best suited for getting less contaminated water. Then, in hard rock areas of peninsular India, where tube well irrigation expansion is way out of proportion to the limited storage offered by aquifers, resource depletion is a serious issue in itself but has also aided growing concentration of fluoride and other salts in groundwater which is the main source of drinking water supply for rural as.

Jaipur, Apr Despite the water crisis in the desert state of Rajasthan, the groundwater table in certain areas has increased, thus taking the total number of safe water blocks from 25 to.

EVIDENCE FROM A WATERSHED IN SOUTH PENINSULAR INDIA T. Engelhardt INTRODUCTION Drilling bores is a common means to enhance water yield in dug wells in the hard-rock, granitic region characteristic of much of peninsular India. In a study designed to evaluate the economics of traditional irrigation, 23% of the.Over-Exploitation and Artificial Recharging of Hard Rock Aquifers of South India: Issues and Options P.

N. Ballukraya and R. Sakthivadivel Abstract This paper, through a case study approach, looks at the reasons for over-exploitation of groundwater, its impact on groundwater quality, cropping pattern, and the ineffectiveness of.Groundwater is used for domestic, agriculture and industrial purpose in most parts of the world.

The human activities like agriculture and domestic release large number of pollutants into the water bodies. In India ponds, rivers and ground water are used for the domestic and agriculture purposes [1].

The major sources of water areCited by: