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Identification of critical erosion prone areas in the small agricultural watershed using USLE, GIS and remote sensing
In the present study, Karso watershed of Hazaribagh, Jharkhand State, India was divided into 200 × 200 grid cells and average annual sediment yields were estimated for each grid cell of the watershedExpand
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Integrated remote sensing and GIS‐based approach for assessing groundwater potential in West Medinipur district, West Bengal, India
A systematic planning of groundwater exploitation using modern techniques is essential for the proper utilization and management of this precious but shrinking natural resource. With the advent ofExpand
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Assessment of Groundwater Potential in a Semi-Arid Region of India Using Remote Sensing, GIS and MCDM Techniques
Remote sensing (RS) and geographic information system (GIS) are promising tools for efficient planning and management of vital groundwater resources, especially in data-scarce developing nations. InExpand
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Development of a geomorphological instantaneous unit hydrograph model for scantily gauged watersheds
In recent years, geomorphological instantaneous unit hydrograph (GIUH) approach to estimate the runoff from a watershed due to different storm patterns has gained wide acceptability for watersheds with scanty data. Expand
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Rainwater harvesting planning using geospatial techniques and multicriteria decision analysis
Abstract Growing water scarcity and global climate change call for more efficient alternatives of water conservation; rainwater harvesting (RWH) is the most promising alternative among others.Expand
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Runoff and sediment yield modeling from a small agricultural watershed in India using the WEPP model
Summary The WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project) watershed model was calibrated and validated for a small hilly watershed (Karso) of India. Sensitivity analysis of the model was carried out forExpand
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Integrating Hydro-Meteorological and Physiographic Factors for Assessment of Vulnerability to Drought
This study has been carried out for Sonar basin of Ken River system in the Madhya Pradesh. The study was aimed at devising a suitable method for assessment of vulnerability to drought. Analysis ofExpand
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Modelling infiltration and quantifying spatial soil variability in a wasteland of Kharagpur, India
Infiltration is vital for both irrigated and rainfed agriculture. The knowledge of infiltration characteristics of a soil is the basic information required for designing an efficient irrigationExpand
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GIS-based assessment and characterization of groundwater quality in a hard-rock hilly terrain of Western India
The growing population, pollution, and misuse of freshwater worldwide necessitate developing innovative methods and efficient strategies to protect vital groundwater resources. This need becomes moreExpand
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