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Mapping of groundwater potential zones in hard rock terrain using geoinformatics: a case of Kumari watershed in western part of West Bengal

Prasanta Kumar Ghosh, Sujay Bandyopadhyay, Narayan Chandra Jana
2015 Modeling Earth Systems and Environment  
Groundwater is one of the world's most precious natural resources.  ...  Present study has focused on the effectiveness of Remote Sensing and GIS in the identification and delineation of groundwater potential zones of Kumari River Basin, which is situated in drought prone western  ...  Source: Modified after Banik et al. (2004) and Pangare (2003) Plate 4 Types of land in Hanumata Basin, a sub-basin of Kumari River Factors effect on ground water potential zones of Kumari river basin.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40808-015-0044-z fatcat:tn75hjubvja7tndaw4moqzlwoq

Quantify the effects of watershed subdivision scale and spatial density of weather inputs on hydrological simulations in a Norwegian Arctic watershed

Minh Tuan Bui, Jinmei Lu, Linmei Nie
2021 Journal of Water and Climate Change  
This study applied the Soil and Water Assessment Tool and the threshold drainage area (TDA) technique to evaluate the impacts of watershed subdivision on hydrological simulations at a 5,913-km2 Arctic  ...  The study revealed that the complexity of terrain and topographic attributes altered significantly in the coarse discretizations: (1) total stream length (−47.2 to −74.6%); (2) average stream slope (−68  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors acknowledge the Department of Technology and Safety, University of Tromsø -The Arctic University of Norway for their financial support in this study.  ... 
doi:10.2166/wcc.2021.173 fatcat:negq6nxs65ao5ne424dc4oazqa

Investigation of Groundwater Prospecting Zones of the Giri River Catchment of the Himachal Pradesh and Its Quality Suitability for Human Consumption

Dissanayake DMDOK
2021 Journal of Water Resources and Ocean Science  
data and integrated into a GIS environment using conventional methods to develop groundwater resources in the rocky soils of the Kallar Basin in the districts of Salem and Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu,  ...  Application of Remote Sensing and GIS for Groundwater Impacts of reservoirs on groundwater and vegetation: A study Recharge Potential Zone Mapping in Upper Betwa Watershed.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.wros.20211004.12 fatcat:ucgjqmv4lzaw5gmy565w77dpy4

Hydrologic delineation of ground water potential zones using geospatial technique for Keleghai river basin, India

Nityananda Sar, Ansar Khan, Soumendu Chatterjee, Arosikha Das
2015 Modeling Earth Systems and Environment  
In the present paper, various groundwater potential zones for the assessment of groundwater availability in Keleghai river basin have been delineated using remote sensing (RS) and geographic information  ...  The result depicts the groundwater potential zones in the study area and found to be helpful in better planning and management of groundwater resources.  ...  data and information for the study area.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40808-015-0024-3 fatcat:gfvxv5pmufegxfpk4m42o6i5me

Mapping Interflow Potential and the Validation of Index-Overlay Weightings by Using Coupled Surface Water and Groundwater Flow Model

Chuen-Fa Ni, Quoc-Dung Tran, I-Hsien Lee, Minh-Hoang Truong, Shaohua Marko Hsu
2021 Water  
This study uses the Monte Carlo simulations to assess the influence of rainfall-induced variations on the interflow uncertainty in the study area.  ...  This study focuses on assessing the interflow potential and quantifying the interflow in the downstream area along the Kaoping River in southern Taiwan.  ...  Acknowledgments: This research was partially supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology, the Republic of China under grants MOST 108-2638-E-008 -001-MY2, MOST 109-2621-M-008-003, and MOST 110-  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13172452 fatcat:bdlcnrqbnnhrpi6n6cmzr3xqty

Mapping of Potential Groundwater Recharge Zones in the Kolleru Lake Catchment, India, by Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques

Meena Kumari Kolli, Christian Opp, Michael Groll
2020 Natural Resources  
The raster maps of these thematic layers were assigned to a weight-based factor depending on the catchment characteristics and its topographic influence.  ...  This analysis reports on the mapping of various potential groundwater resources in the Kolleru Lake catchment, India, by using remote sensing and GIS techniques.  ...  We are indebted to the Government of India for providing us with necessary datasets and information to accomplish this work.  ... 
doi:10.4236/nr.2020.113008 fatcat:r3yu74ozezd3lhg2jdw53rm25q

Urban flood susceptibility modelling using AHP and GIS approach: case of the Mfoundi watershed at Yaoundé in the South-Cameroon plateau

Daouda Nsangou, Amidou Kpoumié, Zakari Mfonka, Abdou Nasser Ngouh, Donald Hermann Fossi, Camille Jourdan, Henri Zobo Mbele, Oumar Farikou Mouncherou, Jean-Pierre Vandervaere, Jules Remy Ndam Ngoupayou
2021 Scientific African  
HAL is a multi-disciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not.  ...  The documents may come from teaching and research institutions in France or abroad, or from public or private research centers.  ...  Willy Franck SOB (SOGEFI-Cameroon) for his collaboration and Dr Mouafo Lucas of the University of Yaoundé I for amending the language.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sciaf.2021.e01043 fatcat:xiyb24sz2repncbyc2qpktzjhq

Geospatial delineation and mapping of groundwater potential in Embu County, Kenya

Mary Christine Chepchumba, James M. Raude, Joseph K. Sang
2019 Acque Sotterranee  
In this study, RS and GIS geospatial techniques were applied with the aim of identifying groundwater potential zones in Embu County, Kenya, based on selected multi influencing factors.  ...  Integration of Remote Sensing (RS) and the Geographical Information System (GIS) approaches in the field of groundwater resources management is a breakthrough.  ...  The factors that were considered to have a significant influence on the occurrence of groundwater were assigned a weight of 1.0 whereas, those with minor influence were assigned a weight of 0.5 (Magesh  ... 
doi:10.7343/as-2019-369 fatcat:ljyotatqsne2hizyrsk4rxg5ri

Investigations of the response mechanism of a karst Interconnected River System Network in Guizhou Province, China

Dan Zhang, Zuo-qing Guo, Hui-xia Yang, Cai-hong Liu
2021 Water Science and Technology : Water Supply  
Refer to the established response mechanism and threshold level of the karst basin, The Wangerhe River project taken as an example can well reflect the IRSN status through this method.  ...  However, the relevant research is still in a preliminary stage and needs to have a supplement.  ...  STUDY AREA AND METHODOLOGY Overview of Dabang River Dabang River is in the Pearl River basin and is a tributary of the Beipan River, and the red circle is the scope of this study ( Figure 1) .  ... 
doi:10.2166/ws.2021.311 fatcat:3rwsbykedbcb3kcthbfbs3hj7i

Analysing the sensitivity of Hungarian landscapes based on climate change induced shallow groundwater fluctuation

Zoltán Zsolt Fehér, János Rakonczai
2019 Hungarian Geographical Bulletin  
One of the undoubtedly recognizable consequences of the ongoing climate change in Hungary is the permanent change of groundwater depth, and consequently the sustainably reachable local water resources.  ...  Thus, in research of sensitivity of any specific landscape to the varying climatic factors, monitoring and continuous evaluation of the water resources is inevitable.  ...  the changes and fluctuations of groundwater level.  ... 
doi:10.15201/hungeobull.68.4.3 fatcat:46yux44wjzat7mklljvxq5qk7y

Distributed groundwater recharge potentials assessment based on GIS model and its dynamics in the crystalline rocks of South India

Fauzia, L. Surinaidu, Abdur Rahman, Shakeel Ahmed
2021 Scientific Reports  
AbstractExtensive change in land use, climate, and over-exploitation of groundwater has increased pressure on aquifers, especially in the case of crystalline rocks throughout the world.  ...  The study is useful in selecting regions with more focussed recharge studies and suggested the need of reducing groundwater demand by changing cropping patterns through a predictive decision support tool  ...  This research work is a part of her Ph.D. thesis. We thank the two anonymous reviewers and editor for their constructive comments to improve the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-021-90898-w pmid:34083557 fatcat:wtkkv7tpfjeejiazzvp3jrddee

Recognition of district-wise groundwater stress zones using the GLDAS-2 catchment land surface model during lean season in the Indian state of West Bengal

Satiprasad Sahoo, Subha Chakraborty, Quoc Bao Pham, Ehsan Sharifi, Saad Sh. Sammen, Matej Vojtek, Jana Vojteková, Ismail Elkhrachy, Romulus Costache, Nguyen Thi Thuy Linh
2021 Acta Geophysica  
The objective of the research is mainly focused on the delineation of groundwater stress zones (GWSZs) based on ten biophysical and hydrological factors according to the deficiency of groundwater storage  ...  using the analytic hierarchy process by the GIS platform.  ...  Acknowledgments The author thanks Irrigation and Waterways Directorate, Government of West Bengal, India for providing necessary support for this research work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11600-020-00509-x fatcat:7clc5a5irvasxj3k3azj4hrz2e

Hydrogeological Conditions of a Crystalline Aquifer: Simulation of Optimal Abstraction Rates under Scenarios of Reduced Recharge

Sandow Mark Yidana, Obed Fiifi Fynn, Larry Pax Chegbeleh, Prosper M. Nude, Daniel K. Asiedu
2013 The Scientific World Journal  
This was to provide an initial basis for characterizing the hydrogeology of the terrain with a view to assisting in the large scale development of groundwater resources for various uses.  ...  Prudent management of the resource will require a much more detailed hydrogeological study that identifies all the aquifers in the basin for the assessment of sustainable basin yield.  ...  Although local topography has an influence on flow systems [1, 19] and can sometimes be used to predict the direction of flow, the ultimate determinant of the flow is the level of heterogeneity of the  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/606375 pmid:24453882 pmcid:PMC3878808 fatcat:xmpaopl6pffnvazu2an3t2ccde

A curve number approach to formulate hydrological response units within distributed hydrological modelling

Eleni Savvidou, Andreas Efstratiadis, Antonis D. Koussis, Antonis Koukouvinos, Dimitrios Skarlatos
2016 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions  
The CN-value accounts for three major physiographic characteristics of a river basin, by means of classes of soil permeability, land use/land cover characteristics, and drainage capacity.  ...  A semi-automatic procedure in a GIS environment allows producing basin maps of distributed CN-values as the product of the three classified layers.  ...  Acknowledgments The research paper is funded by Cyprus University of Technology Open Access Author Fund. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-2016-627 fatcat:4qiztfzdavgktguy7gbez45jnm

Parameterization and quantification of recharge in crystalline fractured bedrocks in Galicia-Costa (NW Spain)

J. R. Raposo, J. Molinero, J. Dafonte
2012 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
In this study, an assessment of groundwater resources in the Spanish hydrologic district of Galicia-Costa, dominated by granitic and metasedimentary rocks, was carried out.  ...  A water-balance modeling approach was used for estimating recharge rates in nine pilot catchments representatives of both geologic materials.  ...  Figure 9b shows the spatial distribution of groundwater recharge in Galicia Costa, depending on climatic and geological factors.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-16-1667-2012 fatcat:3pdllzl53jfllfwazolbrjiflu
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