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Quantitative Morphometric Analysis of AmbilOdha (Rivulet) In Pune, Maharashtra, India

  title={Quantitative Morphometric Analysis of AmbilOdha (Rivulet) In Pune, Maharashtra, India},
  author={Shrikant M. Gabale and Nikhil R. Pawar},
Morphometric analysis of a watershed is useful in comprehending the interaction of the operating processes and landform characteristics. In the present paper, an attempt has been made to study the morphometric characteristics of AmbilOdha (rivulet) watershed which is a part of Mutha river basin in Pune. For the detailed analysis of the watershed, Digital Elevation Model (DEM) of the area and Geographical Information System (GIS) were used for the assessment of the linear, areal and relief… 

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