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Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal (2021)

Land Use Planning of a District Area in Semi Arid Region for Refresh of Fresh Water

GEDAM, AJAY KRISHNA

Titre : Land Use Planning of a District Area in Semi Arid Region for Refresh of Fresh Water

Auteur : GEDAM, AJAY KRISHNA

Université de soutenance : Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Architecture and Planning 2021

Résumé
The overall study of the district is done which includes study of significant features and land use pattern. The aim is to establish the relationship of land use pattern of district area in semi arid region and refreshment of water resources. The objectives are to understand the land use pattern of district area in semi arid region, to understand the physical features of district area in semi arid region and its relationship with quantity and quality of fresh water and fresh water resources, to understand consumption pattern and exploration of water, .to understand relationship between land use pattern and consumption pattern and proposing strategies for refreshing water while integrating land use pattern. Land use change scenarios were created using economic and demographic developments and distribute land use types resulting in land use maps for different years. Land use change and climate change were inter-related with each other. Climate is defined as the average weather where weather consists of surface variables such as precipitation, temperature and wind. The climate is not constant but is changing constantly. The deforestation for urban use, industrial exhausts, silting of fresh water bodies influence the climate change. Water shortages are the result of multiple stressors, including rapid population growth, economic conditions and energy demands such as agricultural irrigation, climate change, increased hydrological variability in major watersheds. Land development, like water demand, is being driven largely by residential, business and industrial growth. Climate is expected to continue to change in the future in spite there are still many uncertainties which will affect natural and human systems such as forestry, fisheries, water resources, human settlements and human health. Nagpur district’s Semi arid is a normal, regular feature of climate, although often wrongly considered an unexpected and extraordinary event. It occurs in virtually all climatic zones but its characteristics vary significantly from one region to another. Nagpur district’s Semi arid is a temporary abnormality within the natural variability and can be considered an dangerous hazard of nature. Semi arid generally result from a combination of natural factors that can be enhanced by manmade influences.

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