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An urban water scenario: a case study of the Bangalore metropolis, Karnataka, India

@article{Suresh2001AnUW,
  title={An urban water scenario: a case study of the Bangalore metropolis, Karnataka, India},
  author={T. S. Suresh},
  journal={IAHS-AISH publication},
  year={2001},
  pages={97-104}
}
  • T. Suresh
  • Published 2001
  • Engineering
  • IAHS-AISH publication
The study highlights the potable water supply and demand of the city of Bangalore (India), and the consequent groundwater pumping within the city and its suburbs. The metropolis is one of the fastest growing cities in Asia and causing severe strain on the basic infrastructure. The growth has great impact on potable water and the demand for water has outstripped the supply. Water supply from all surface sources including the river water supply is 570 million litres per day and an equal amount of… 

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