Geographic information system (GIS) and groundwater for windows (GWW) helps in creating interactive groundwater information system (GWIS) of Barakar basin in BiharPosted on 20 May, 2009 10:21 AM
Groundwater modeling of unconfined aquifer system of crystalline area - a case study in Lapsiya watershed (Hazaribagh)Posted on 20 May, 2009 10:18 AM
Groundwater prospects analysis through hydrogeophysical parameters and hydrogeomorphic zonation - a case study in parts of Kewta watershed - upper Barakar basin - BiharPosted on 19 May, 2009 01:43 PM
Analysis of hydrogeophysical properties of aquifer and reserve estimation for sustainable development of groundwater in Kewta watershed, Hazaribagh, BiharPosted on 19 May, 2009 01:39 PM
In this study from the GIS Development site, the hydrogeophysical parameters generated from vertical sounding, geohydrological, inferred fractures and geomorphic zones derived from remotely sensed data have been analysed in Kewta watershed of upper Barakar Basin, Hazaribagh. The study area is part of lower Hazaribagh plateau and is part of pediplain developed over Chotanagpur granite gneiss and meta- sedimentary.
This paper from the GIS Development site discusses the findings of a project titled " Natural Resource Management for Sustainable Utilisation of Water Resources in Siwane Sub-basin, Hazaribagh under NRDMS
Understanding groundwater resources in Margajo watershed, Koderma, Jharkhand- a paper by GIS developmentPosted on 19 May, 2009 12:29 PM
This paper from the GIS Development site attempts to find out whether Ground Water Information System (GWIS) and Geographic Information tools can be useful as efficient exploration methods to gain an impr
Groundwater modeling of unconfined aquifer system of crystalline area in Lapsiya watershed, Hazaribagh- a case study in GIS developmentPosted on 19 May, 2009 11:41 AM
The outcome of the model helped in identifying suitable area for groundwater augmentation on the long term. The model also helped in optimization of rate of new wells. The model has simulated up to a level to the near real field condition.