Integrated and Sustainable Water Management: Science and Technology

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Integrated and Sustainable Water Management: Science and Technology
Editors: Subhajyoti Das and R.H.Sawkar
Published by the Geological Society of India
ISBN: 978-93-80998-31-2
Year of Publication: 2016
No.of Pages : 196
Cost of the publication : Rs. 1500/-

Table of Contents

Preface

Preface
Harsh K. Gupta v-v

Foreword

Foreword
Chiranjeevi Singh vii-vii

Message

Message
P. B. Ramamurthy xi-xi

Introduction

Introduction
Subhajyoti Das xiii-xiii

Articles

Ground Water Management, Sustainability and Equity
G. Sudarshan, K. R. Sooryanarayana 1-8
The Indigenous Knowledge Systems of Water Management in India
Rajendra Singh 9-17
Integrated Watershed Management and People’s Participation: A Case Study of Ichalahalla Watershed
L. G. Hiregoudar, N. H. Bhandi, S. H. Adapur 18-23
Detailed Land Resources Inventory for Effective Planning of Land Based Rural Development Programs
Rajendra Hegde, K. V. Niranjana, A. Natarajan, S. K. Singh 24-28
Soil Conservation, Crop Water Planning and its Use Efficiency in Rainfed Agriculture
B. K. Ramachandrappa, M. N. Thimmegowda 29-35
Crop Water Planning and Irrigation Efficiency in Rainfed Agriculture
Kiran Kumar, R. Patil, M. G. Chandrakanth 36-46
Water Management in Urban Scenario with Special Reference to Karnataka
D. Ravishankar 47-51
Decentralised Sewage Treatment Plant in Bengaluru for Reuse
Y. D. Manmohan 52-56
Citizens Demonstrate Solutions: Rainbow Drive Layout and its Water Reforms
Avinash Krishnamurthy 57-65
Artificial Recharge in India as an Effective insitu Water Security Intervention: Studies in Two Select River Basins
Raymond A. Duraiswami, V. Krishnamurthy, Babaji Maskare 66-75
Linking of West and East Flowing Rivers of Karnataka: Management of Surface Water and Groundwater in Drought Prone Areas
R. H. Sawkar, R. Rudraiah, Madhav 76-86
Advanced Geophysical Investigation including Heliborne TEM in High-Resolution Aquifer Mapping with Special Emphasis on Crystalline Hard Rocks
Subash Chandra, Erugu Nagaiah, N. Veerababu, N. C. Mondal, V. K. Somvanshi, Shakeel Ahmed 87-96
SkyTEM – A Highly Efficient Helicopter-Borne TEM System
Sanjay Rana, Flemming Efferso, Gary Tipper 97-104
2D Resistivity Imaging for Identification of Successful Bore Well Locations in the Fractured Rock Aquifer System
B. Prithvi Jayasurya, C. S. Ramasesha 105-110
Integrated Water Resource Management – Experiences from Karnataka
Y. Lingaraju, K. R. Shettar, Nagraja Gangolli 111-118
Artificial Recharge Practices – Some Experimental Projects
M. A. Farooqi, G. Sudarshan, K. R. Sooryanarayana, A. Manzar, J. Sivaramakrishnan 119-130
Integrated and Participatory Water Management: BIRD K Experience
Pandit G. Patil, B. Shivarudrappa 131-136
Conjunctive Use of Surface and Ground Water Resources: Selected Case Studies from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana in Peninsular India
A. D. Rao, P. N. Rao 137-144
Conjunctive Use of Surface and Ground Water in India: Need to Revisit the Strategy
J. Harsha 145-153
Efficient Water Management Techniques for Higher Agricultural Productivity: Case Studies from Northern Karnataka
M. S. Shirahatti, S. Rajkumara, R. S. Poddar 154-158
Sustainable Water Management in Lakshadweep Islands: An Integrated Approach
K. Md. Najeeb, N. Vinayachandran 159-167
Water Resources Management Challenges in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Amlanjyoti Kar, Asis Mazumdar, Subhasish Dey 168-177
Natural Disaster Monitoring System – Karnataka Model
G. S. Srinivasa Reddy, C. N. Prabhu 178-187
Water Management in India: Issues and Strategies
Subhajyoti Das 188-195

Abstract Volume

Foundation Day Seminar - Integrated and Sustainable Water Management - Abstracts Volume