River Krishna Flood Effects on Soil Properties of Cultivated Areas in Bagalkot District , Karnataka State

@inproceedings{Kalshetty2012RiverKF,
  title={River Krishna Flood Effects on Soil Properties of Cultivated Areas in Bagalkot District , Karnataka State},
  author={Dr. B. M. Kalshetty and Dr. T. P. Giraddi and Rahul Sheth and Mallikarjun B. Kalashetti},
  year={2012}
}
During 2009 Rabi season flood of river Krishna, the cultivated area of 128 Km2 was flooded in the northern part of Karnataka catchment. The flood entirely killed the vegetations stands on the fields. After wards, the effects of the flood on the ecological properties of the soils and the conditions of agricultural production had been evaluated. A study was conducted to estimate the flood effects on heavy metals concentrations and on the nutrient status of the soils. The sediment layer left from… CONTINUE READING

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