Upper Chambal Basin a geographical study in rural settlements by M. L. Nath

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Published by Northern Book Centre in New Delhi .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Chambal River Watershed (India),
  • India,
  • Chambal River Watershed.

Subjects:

  • Human geography -- India -- Chambal River Watershed.,
  • Villages -- India -- Chambal River Watershed.,
  • Rural population -- India -- Chambal River Watershed.,
  • Land settlement patterns -- India -- Chambal River Watershed.,
  • Dwellings -- India -- Chambal River Watershed.,
  • Chambal River Watershed (India) -- Social life and customs.

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Book details

StatementM.L. Nath.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGF662.C42 N37 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 161 p., 10 p. of plates :
Number of Pages161
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2005527M
ISBN 108185119597
LC Control Number90903712

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In: Tiwari HL, Suresh S, Jaiswal RK (eds) Hydraulics, water resources, coastal and environmental engineering. Excellent Publishing House, Kishangarh, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, by: 2. The Chambal River was identified as an important Gharial habitat in and was declared the “National Chambal Sanctuary” infollowed by the “captive breeding programme” in Though the gharial population showed an increasing trend initially, sincethe population in the National Chambal Sanctuary has shown a dramatic Cited by: 1.

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Bada talaab, along with the nearby Chhota Talaab, meaning small lake in Hindi Coordinates: 23°15′N 77°20′E /. Khurd and Kalan (Hindustani: ख़ुर्द और कलाँ, خرد اور کلاں Punjabi: ਖੁਰਦ ਜਾਂ ਕਲਾਂ) are administrative designations used in India and Pakistan to indicate the smaller (Khurd) and larger (Kalan) segments of a town, village or settlement.

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The Sharda River (also called Kali River and Mahakali River) flows along Nepal's western border with India in the is formed by the joining of two streams of headwaters, the Kalapani River (or Lipu Gad) descending from the western border of the Lipulekh Pass and the Kuthi Yankti river descending from the Limpiyadhura Upper Chambal Basin book.

It takes the name Kali River from the union of the two Countries: Nepal and India. The Krishna upper basin, which also falls in Maharashtra and Karnataka, recorded rain in the range of to TMC over the average, among the highest in the country.

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Water harvesting for dryland agriculture is a traditional water management to ease future water scarcity in many arid regions of the world (Prinz and Singh, ).It is an ancient art practiced in. Kynichiang is the sub basin that has reported the HIGHEST rainfall of all sub basins in SW Monsoonat huge mm.

Godavari Basin IMD map divides this basin into eight sub basins with normal rainfall varying from the lowest of mm in Upper Godavari basin (Rain shadow area) to over double that amount in Indravati sub basin, east facing Eastern Ghats area.

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(d) Sindh sub-basin: Preparation of draft report is under progress. The land becomes unfit for cultivation and is known as bad land. In the Chambal basin such lands are called ravines. Sometimes water flows as a sheet over large areas down a slope. In such cases the top soil is washed away.

This is known as sheet erosion. Ploughing along the contour lines can decelerate the flow of water down the slopes. Water of the Chambal thus saved by way of substitution will be tapped in the upper reaches and will be utilised in the drought prone districts of Upper Chambal sub-basin, where the present level of irrigation is % of culturable area.

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