I am in a need of data of hourly rainfall data for Chiplun city, which is in Ratnagiri District State of Maharashtra.
India not a water defict country. Neglect and lack of monitoring behind country's water scarcity: CWC
Hudhud lands in Vizag at 195 kmph
24 power projects are being proposed in Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg districts in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, which has the second highest biodiversity in India. The 9900 megawatt (MW) nuclear power project at Jaitapur is also included in this list of projects. If sanctioned, it could be the largest nuclear power generating plant in the world.
Workshop on construction of storage tanks as part of Rain Water Management, Jalvardhini Pratishthan, 4th – 5th June, 2011, Ratnagiri, Maharashtraposted 10 years 7 months ago
Organizer: Jalvardhini Pratishthan
Venue: Shri Chandrashekhar Khare's house, Palgad, Taluka Dapoli, Dist. Ratnagiri, Maharashtra
Jalvardhini Pratishthan is holding workshop on construction of various Ferro cement tanks & coconut coir cement tanks, as part of rain water Management.
Golap river restoration project in Ratnagiri executed by Gogate Joglekar College, Ratnagiri and Shree Charitable Trust, Mumbaiposted 10 years 9 months ago
The total length of the river is about 8 to 10 kms, of which a 2.5 km stretch was cleaned.
Water management systems in the coastal area of Ratnagiri, with special reference to water tanks near temples - Paper presented at the National Seminar on Water and Culture (2007)posted 10 years 11 months ago
This paper discusses the water management systems found in temples in coastal Konkan, based on a study of 5 temples in the district of Ratnagiri. The study area is a rocky and rugged country, with elevated plateau and intersecting creeks.
Applicability of traditional wisdom in water management in Konkan region of Maharashtra - Paper presented at the National Seminar on Water and Culture (2007)posted 10 years 11 months ago
The state government's investments in supplying potable water under the Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP) scheme which envisaged a no tanker supply' end to the scheme is critiqued. The authors note that the project mainly concentrated on asset creation, neglecting operation and maintenance resulting in limited improvement in villages, with respect to water supply.