Volume -I , Issue -II, December 2013

INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT BY USING REMOTE SENSING AND GEOGRAPIC INFORMATION SYSTEM

Author(s) :

R. S. More, V. Ghodake, N. J. Sathe

Abstract

This paper discusses the role of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System in management of watershed for the purpose of placement of Water Harvesting Structures like Check Dams, Percolation Tanks, Farm Ponds, Bore Well, Dug well,etc. In this paper, examples of 10 projects are included which presented to illustrate the initiaves the Watershed Management that have been implemented for the Placement of Water harvesting structures. The various thematic maps like soil map, land use map, slope map and DEM map were prepared for the placement of water harvesting structures. Also they have studied the subsurface Resistivity sounding test which provides the subsurface Information regarding subsurface resistivity distribution and thickness of layers which can be correlated with the local geology of the study area.

Keywords

Watershed Management, Remote Sensing, Geographic Information System, Electric Resistivity, Water Harvesting structure, Ground water

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How to Cite this Paper? [APA Style]
R. S. More, V. Ghodake, N. J. Sathe, (2013), INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT BY USING REMOTE SENSING AND GEOGRAPIC INFORMATION SYSTEM, Industrial Science Journal, http://industrialscience.org/Article.aspx?aid=10&vid=2, (December, 2013)
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