Changing Geohydrological Scenario: Hard rock Terrain of Peninsular India (Golden Jubilee Volume) (Memoir 69)

By: Subhajyothi Das

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Contents Preface/R.H. Sawkar. Introduction/Subhajyoti Das. Five decades of groundwater development in India/Subhajyoti Das. I. Changing geohydrological scenario 1. Dwindling groundwater resources in hard rock areas requires conservation measures and judicious water management/K.C.B. Raju. 2. Change in ground water scenario during the last five decades in Andhra Pradesh/G. Sudarshan P.N. Rao and A.D. Rao. 3. Changing Geohydrological Scenario of Karnataka/K.Md. Najeeb M.A. Farooqi T.M. Hunse and A. Manzar. 4. Change in the Groundwater Scenario in Kerala over the last two decades/E. Shaji S.P. Nayagam V. Kunhambu and D.S. Thambi. 5. Changing Geohydrological Scenario in the Hard Rock Terrain of Maharashtra issues concerns and way forward/Raymond A. Duraiswami. 6. Changing Geohydrological Scenario in Tamil Nadu with special reference to water level and water quality/N. Varadaraj S. Suresh and J.F. Lawrence. II. Groundwater management science and technology intervention 7. Drainage morphometric analysis and its influence on ground water prospects through remote sensing and GIS a case study/K. Rajarajan and K.Md. Najeeb. 8. Rainwater harvesting in urban areas/S. Vishwanath. 9. Rainwater harvesting for groundwater resource augmentation in Bangalore Metropolitan Aria a case study/M.A. Farooqi and K.R. Sooryanarayana. 10. Spring water management in Meghalaya/K.R. Sooryanarayana and V. Kezo. III. Groundwater quality and pollution 11. A study on Hydrogeochemical signatures of hard and sedimentary aquifers in the Gadilam River Basin Tamil Nadu India/S. Chidambaram M.V. Prasanna K. Vasu A. Shahul Hameed C. Unnikrishna Warrier K. Srinivasamoorthy A. John Peter P. Anandhan and S. Pethaperumal. 12. Multiparametric approach to delineate contamination of Shallow Urban Aquifers of Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation Maharashtra/N.J. Pawar Shubhrangini Chauhan Vishwas S. Kale Suyash Kumar Saroj Akoijam and Venkatesh Raghavan. 13. Fluoride in the deeper crystalline aquifers in drought affected areas in parts of Karnataka occurrence and remedial measures/K. Kumaresan and S.S. Hegde. IV. Community participation in water management 14. Community driven decentralized water management/Rajendra Singh. 15. Ichalahalla a case study of rejuvenation of small streams in Northern Karnataka and its impact on irrigation water and agriculture/L.G. Hiregoudar S.H. Adapur and N.H. Bhandi. 16. Dugwell recharge in the field of water management/Shamjibhai Antala. Memoir Series: 69. Printed Pages: 313.

Title: Changing Geohydrological Scenario: Hard rock Terrain of Peninsular India (Golden Jubilee Volume) (Memoir 69)

Author Name: Subhajyothi Das

Categories: Geology, India,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Bangalore, India, Geological Society of India: 2008

ISBN: 8185867860

ISBN 13: 9788185867861

Book Condition: New

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