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Karnatak University (2011)

Hydrogeological remote sensing and environmental studies of sindhanur nalla sub basin Raichur and Koppal districts Karnataka state India

Lakkundi, Tejaswai K

Titre : Hydrogeological remote sensing and environmental studies of sindhanur nalla sub basin Raichur and Koppal districts Karnataka state India

Auteur : Lakkundi, Tejaswai K

Université de soutenance : Karnatak University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 2011

Objectifs
The present investigations have been carried out with the following objectives which are based on the aforesaid factors ; a) Geological studies of the entire catchment with emphasis on petrographic studies ofdifferent lithounits. b) Geomorphological studies including detailed analysis ofthe drainage network, hypsometric analysis and identification ofdifferent geomorphologic units. c) Remote Sensing studies using multi - date and multi - season digital satellite images for mapping soil types, degraded lands, land use / land cover, for identifying lineaments and for preparation ofdigital elevation model. d) Extensive geochemical studies including assessment of physico - chemical parameters and trace elements, hydrogeochemical classification, processes controlling geochemistry of groundwaters, statistical analysis etc to characterize the geochemical nature ofgroundwaters. e) Geoelectrical investigations using Vertical Electrical Studies to understand the sub - surface layer parameters, depth to basement, Dar - Zarrouk parameters and its application. f) Environmental studies related to occurrence of excessive quantum of fluoride in groundwaters, comparison of groundwater quality in irrigated and nonirrigated areas and salinity / alkalinity studies

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