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Chaudhary Charan Singh University (2014)

Water resource management and landuse change a geographical study of upper Ganga Yamuna doab

Suresh Kumar

Titre : Water resource management and landuse change a geographical study of upper Ganga Yamuna doab

Auteur : Suresh Kumar

Université de soutenance : Chaudhary Charan Singh University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Geography 2014

Objectif
Water is a resource of a very sensitive nature. It is over exploitation may prove counter productive in the long run. Because of increasing demand, the over pumping of groundwater aquifers and dangerous exploitation of surface water may result a drastic fall in water resources and consequences there by, will effect the agricultural production. Due to environmental changes and syncope in water resources, a problem of land use and agricultural development inverse the consequences of the regional phenomenon. As equate and assured availability of irrigation is a crucial determinant of agricultural productivity, therefore, providing security to agriculture, groundwater has distinct advantages over surface water and in years to come it is destined to become the mainstay of agricultural economy. The natural phenomenon which occurs in proximity and pose of the area of study is a threat to land use and agriculture, therefore, the present study is an emphasis of technological modification in the use of land and agricultural operations to redress the regional inequalities in the level of agricultural development and management of water resources.

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