IMPACT OF RAIN WATER HARVESTING ON WATER RESOURCE POTENTIAL IN ARVARI RIVER CATCHMENT

@inproceedings{Mahato2013IMPACTOR,
  title={IMPACT OF RAIN WATER HARVESTING ON WATER RESOURCE POTENTIAL IN ARVARI RIVER CATCHMENT},
  author={Srikanta Mahato},
  year={2013}
}
A study was conducted in Arvari River catchment in Alwar district of Rajasthan state of India with the objectives to quantify the hydrologic impacts of construction of large scale Rain Water Harvesting Structures (RWHS) for assessment of water resource potential for future utilization in agriculture. Hydrologic impacts of Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) was quantified in the 476 km 2 semi-arid Arvari river catchment where over 366 RWHS have been built since 1985. A high degree of spatio-temporal… CONTINUE READING

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