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Groundwater table and hydrochemistry of Kakinada coastal aquifer– A research report by National Institute of Hydrologyposted 11 years 5 months ago
The report deals with groundwater table and hydrochemistry of the Kakinada coastal aquifer in East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh.
Estimation of infiltration rates in the Suddagedda basin of East Godavari, AP – A research report by National Institute of Hydrologyposted 11 years 6 months ago
The report on Suddagedda basin, a representative basin of the east flowing rivers of medium sized basins in the east coast of India, presents the outcomes of the infiltration tests carried out using Double Ring Infiltrometer. The basin soil is mainly grouped into three types viz clay loams to clay, sandy loams and forest & loamy skeletal. A total of twenty-eight infiltration tests have been conducted using double ring infiltrometers.
Hydrogeological and geochemical studies of groundwater flow in Suddagedda basin – A research report by National Institute of Hydrologyposted 11 years 6 months ago
The report presents a hydrogeological and geochemical study of groundwater flow for the Suddagedda basin of Andhra Pradesh. Planning of water resources development projects calls for an understanding and analysis of the hydrological characteristics of the region. The hydrogeology and geochemistry of the basin needs to be investigated particularly for a groundwater resources development project.
Evaluation of water supply system of Kakinada town in Andhra Pradesh - A research report by National Institute of Hydrologyposted 11 years 6 months ago
The report presents the evaluation of water supply system of Kakinada town in Andhra Pradesh. The neglect of hydrology of a region, while undertaking planning and development works in an urban environment, has serious consequences, the most notable being non-availability of enough potable drinking water to citizens. Water budget studies can be undertaken with all the available records to improve the functioning of such systems and to identify additional alternate resources.