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Integrated Assessment of the Northern Shenandoah Valley in

geologic controls on ground-water movement, availability, and quality. The current focus of this interdisciplinary investigation will center on the sustainability of the region s ground-water resources. It is anticipated that as demands for water resources continue, the focus of this work will expand to a Shenandoah River Basin-wide

Delineation of groundwater potential zones in the

groundwater potentiality in such basement terrain. However, few studies have been conducted in demar-cating potential groundwater resources within the basement complex region of Nigeria (Edet et al. 1997), the limita-tions of which include usage of only two variables (drainage densities and lineament densities) and covered a very limited area.


GROUND WATER Ground water is a mineral that occurs in the subsurface within sediments, rocks, desertic sand, ice & snow. It gets replenished from meteoric precipitation. Ground water is most widely distributed precious resource of the Earth. Among the natural water resources, ground water forms an invisible component of the system.

A GIS based hydrogeomorphic approach for identification of

Ground Water Board (CGWB 1994); Rao (1975) and Thange (1990). Rao (1975) studied 30 perco-lation tanks in the Baramati region of Maharash-tra in the DVP and calculated that a percolation tank of about 4 million cubic feet (Mcft) will even-tually provide as much as 5Mcft to the ground-water in a year under favourable conditions. A


infiltration capacity in the study region. Such deficit groundwater potential demands an efficient and sustainable water management plans in the study region. Key Words: Groundwater Potential, Multi- Influencing Factor, GIS and Remote Sensing. INTRODUCTION A portion

Lineament Mapping and Groundwater Occurrence within the

exploration of groundwater in area with scarce water resources saves time and money. Digital layers of topographic, drainage, lithology, and geological structure maps were prepared and analyzed using remote sensing data and GIS tools; to identify the most promising sites for groundwater explorarion in the studied area. Lineament analysis of


Avalanche Formation, Movement and Effects. Proceedings of the Davos Symposium, September 1986 (1987), price 350 Developments in the Analysis of Groundwater Flow Systems. Report prepared by a Working Group of the IAHS International Commission on Groundwater (1986), price $35 Water for the Future: Hydrology in Perspective


annual ground water draft, and groundwater balance through the ModelBuilder in ArcGIS-10.2 software. The groundwater development has increased from 46.23 % in 2004 to 86.44% in 2013 and has categorized as dark zones. This categorization is based on the data which shows that groundwater draft is more than the dynamic potential

Quality of Ground Water of Lucknow City: A Review Article

ground water of Charbagh and Chinhat. Ground Water of Chinhat, Charbagh, Telibagh were found polluted. In central region of Uttar Pradesh Lucknow is affected with nitrate pollution in ground water.(Neelam Nigam).The result of analysis of shallow ground water conducted by Arun Kumar reveal that ground water is

Assessment of groundwater potential zones using remote

the most important and depen dable sources of water supply in all climate region across the world 4. There are many factors affecting the occurrence and movement of the groundwater, which includes topography, Lithology, geological structures, of Earth Sciences 7)

Available Water Supply of the Las Vegas Ground-Water Basin

AVAILABLE WATER SUPPLY OF THE LAS VEGAS GROUND-WATER BASIN, NEVADA By GLENN T. MALMBEBG ABSTRACT The Las Vegas ground-water basin as described in this report includes the southern part of Indian Spring Valley, Three Lakes Valley, the northern half of

Modelling Groundwater Potential using Geospatial

classified in terms of groundwater potentiality. Some of these features are deciphered from remote sensing data. (Rao et al; 2009) When groundwater moves through soil, the structure of the soil affects its movement. The three particles that determine soil structure are

Mapping of lineaments for groundwater targeting in the

Remote sensing provides a means for regional understanding of groundwater systems. Its data provides information on spatial patterns of groundwater dependent vegetation or salinization, and is often the only source to study the history of change. The interpretation

Recharge Potentials Mapping using Remote Sensing and GIS

zones of aquifers and to model groundwater resources potentials [56-66]. The assessment process includes the collection of remote sensing data from appropriate sensors and the selection of factors that control the occurrence and movement of groundwater. Thus, many factors have been integrated in GIS and remote sensing techniques


Water Mission (PH-IV), ground water prospect Geomorphology). and quality mapping using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System techniques in In Sikkim, the work under this project was 1:50,000 scales needs to be undertaken. The initiated from the 2011. The different layers

A study on Geo spatial based Approach for Delineation of

2004). Assigning weightages for different thematic map based on importance of ground water (V.B.Rekha, H.Vijith. 2003). A. Study Area The ground water potential zone mapping is tried for location where the need for the ground water is very high. Hence, Virudhunagar district of southern Tamilnadu.


feature. Ground water occurs in weathered and fractured zones. The ground water movement and occurrence shows distinct variations in the hard rock areas. In the downstream of Musi River the water levels are relatively deep In the study area the ground water

A Remote Sensing Approach to Environmental Monitoring in a

(3) To examine the vegetation productivity dynamics as a surrogate of the ground water table fluctuation and ecological stress. 2. Study Area The study area, Kirchheller Heide (in English Kirchhellen Heath ), is located in western Germany, surrounded by the towns of Bottrop and Huxe in

Analysis of Remote Sensing & GIS Data to Investigate

Keywords: Groundwater, Remote Sensing, GIS, Moluccas 1. Introduction examine Groundwater is a vital natural resource for the reliable and economic provision of potable water supply in both urban and rural environment of groundwater potential zones are carried out

Groundwater potential zonation by Remote Sensing and GIS

Groundwater is being pumped extensively from the coastal part of the Arani and Koratalai River Basin, Tamil Nadu, India for irrigation and water supply to the city of Chennai. The objective of this study is to delineate the groundwater potential zones of this area using Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographic Information System (GIS) techniques.

Remote Sensing and Water Resources

Remote Sensing and Water Resources a disastrous situation emerges and we can understand why the newspapers in India are now reporting high suicide rates among farmers in this region. Groundwater in the area is found only in the so-called hard rocks (granites, gneisses, etc.), which contain water generally in limited quantities in

Application of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information

Keywords-Remote sensing, Geographic Information System, ground water, prospect zone, Guwahati I. INTRODUCTION Groundwater provides 91°34'14''about twenty percent of the world's fresh water supply and in India more than 90% rural population and nearly 30% of

Ground Water Potential Mapping in Dulung Watershed using

Abstract- Groundwater is one of the most valuable natural resources, which supports human civilization. The supply of groundwater is not unlimited and therefore its use should be properly planned based on the understanding of the groundwater systems behavior in order to ensure its sustainable use. Again a

Water Resourse: Role of GIS and Remote Sensing

Drought in one region may coincide with the heavy rain and flood in others. With the proposed to upgrade the Hong Kong water supply scheme [18].Ground water salinity has been mapped using Indian Remote controlling the occurrence and movement of groundwater like geology, lithology, geomorphology, soils,

Assessment of Groundwater Potential in a Semi-Arid Region

Abstract Remote sensing (RS) and geographic information system (GIS) are promising tools for efficient planning and management of vital groundwater re- sources, especially in data-scarce


susceptibility mapping, movement of groundwater and topography analysis (Sujatha, 2013), including the prevailing climate, structure and land cover of the watershed. Several works discuss that landform is fundamental in understanding the definitions of geomorphology (Evans, 2012). These definitions include geomorphology as the science concerned

Sustainable Management of Surface and Groundwater in the

Groundwater in the Arab Region 1. Global Water Resources 2. Glaciers 68.70% Ground Water 30.10% Oceans Renewable ground water resources Non-renewable groundwater Non ground water resources. Aridity Hyper-Arid and reliable water supply of desired quality


supply of pipe borne water and drying up of wells during dry season over the years are the major reasons for inadequate supply of adequate quantity of quality potable water to meet the demands of the population. The study examined groundwater modeling using geospatial technology in Kachia Local Government Area, Kaduna state Nigeria.

Estimation of Groundwater recharge studies in Gundal

Effectively utilizing the water resources is an imperative task due to climate change. At present, groundwater contributes 34% of the total annual water supply and is an important freshwater resource. However, over-exploitation has decreased groundwater availability and has led to land subsidence.

A novel regional irrigation water productivity model

the groundwater module), and it provides the amount of wa-ter available for field-scale irrigation. The drainage system module simulates the drainage to the main drainage ditches from groundwater, and this is the discharge of the ground-water module. The groundwater module is used to simulate the groundwater lateral movement, the groundwater bound-


September 2025 to meet domestic water supply needs without creating excessive drawdown and the cessation of flow in some of the existing operational Aflaj, which are artificial, surface channels that tap and convey by gravity groundwater for diversion into various uses along its route.

Geo-Hydrological Study of Watershed GV-41, Shivana River

for artificial recharge is a very important task in recharge studies. The occurrence and movement of groundwater in hard-rock terrain are controlled by secondary porosities developed through weathering and fracturing. Groundwater occurs in the weathered residual under unconfined conditions and circulates through fractures and fissures below.

Evaluation of surface water storage: supply infrastructure

ground water level. Surface water (as a supply source) availability in the tropical monsoon region depends on the rainfall amount and storages. A detailed analysis of supply (in terms of storage) and demand scenario is essential. Performance of irrigation system is focused on internal processes of irrigation schemes.

Mapping of groundwater potential zones in Killinochi area

of the groundwater resources in the region. The develop-ment of a reasonable model for groundwater potential is need for the present time. This work strives to generate groundwater potential zonation map using integrated use of remote sensing and geographic information system (GIS) for Killinochi area, Northern Sri Lanka. Five different

Regional Planning and Infrastructure Framework

1.5 Remote settlements 1.6 Land availability 2. Physical infrastructure 2.1 Movement of people, resources and information 2.2 Water 2.3 Energy 2.4 Waste 2.5 Telecommunications 3. Social infrastructure 3.1 Spaces and places 3.2 A˜ordable living 3.3 Health and wellbeing 4. Environment 5. Security ACTION PLANNING Implementation Evaluation

Short-Term Consultancy - GWP

urban water supply installations. − There is limited understanding of groundwater occurrence and movement and this has big implications on the development and protection of the resource. − Support competency centres in groundwater in the region to be involved in the setting out

No. 61 Commissioning and Maintaining a Water Well in New

ground water in economically useful quantities. Many subsurface rocks are completely saturated with water, but it is only when the material is sufficiently permeable to enable water to be easily extracted that the term aquifer is applied. 1.2.1 Ground water movement Ground water flow obeys normal physical laws,

Sustainable Groundwater Development for Improved

DEVELOPING SUPPLY CHAINS, FINANCE AND OTHER ESSENTIAL INFRASTRUCTURE Underdeveloped supply chains While small motor pumps provide a path for smallholders to transition to groundwater irrigation, a web of complicating factors overshadows movement in that direction. Under-developed supply chains complicate the acquisition and use of small motor

UBRARY International Reference Centre for Community

Ground-water The ground-water is the water which by percolating through the ground reaches the ground water table. The quality of the ground-water depends on: a) The thickness of the stratum which covers the water­ bearing soil, this is important because of indirect

Inverse Parametrization of a Regional Groundwater Flow

Groundwater supply is compulsory for the subsistence of agriculture in Pakistan. It is believed that about 40% of irrigation needs in Punjab, the main food-producing province in the country, are met from groundwater [1,2]. However, its present unregulated and uncontrolled application

Rural Drinking Water: Private Wells Or Public Water Supply?

drinking water is supplied from ground water. There are over 200,000 public water systems in the U.S. of which 60,000 are called Community Systems. By definition, a community system serves more than 25 people or has more than 15 piped connections. Eighty percent of the community water systems have ground water as a source.

Chikodzi, 2:2 Open Access Scientific Reports

Careful characterization of the groundwater resources is required to guide investments in water supply and to manage the resource to minimize environmental degradation [18] and widespread depletion. In Zimbabwe, most groundwater measurements are taken from point sources by taking readings of water levels in of wells, trenches and


Ground water has excellent natural quality, which is generally adequate for potable supply which little or no treatment. It is an attra ction as a supply potion because it is often conveniently available close to where water is required. Groundwater has been the main

International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research

surface. Delineating of the potential groundwater zones using remote sensing and GIS is an effective practice presently. In recent years, extensive use of satellite data along with conventional maps and ground investigations has made it easier to establish the base line information for groundwater potential zones. Remote sensing and GIS integration for the


groundwater is a vital supply of water supply in regions wherein dry summers of extended droughts reason movement glide to lessen. To the contrary, many surface streams get hold of a main component of their flow from groundwater via interflow. Groundwater exploration entails knowledge of hydrological properties of various geologic al substances

Delineating of groundwater potential zones based on remote

mapping favourable groundwater zones. This paper aims to map potentialareasof groundwater in Waddai region, eastern Chad. A region which has experienced successivedroughtsoverthelasttwodecades,causing


IDENTIFICATION OF ARTIFICIAL GROUNDWATER RECHARGE ZONES IN VAVUNIYA DISTRICT USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS Ramya, R1, Nanthakumaran, A 1 and Senanayake, I P2 1Department of Biological science, Vavuniya Campus of the University of Jaffna, Vavuniya, Sri Lanka. 2. Department of Earth Resources Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Geological and geomorphological controls on groundwater

Abstract Remote sensing and GIS tools have broadly helped hydrogeologists to delineate the groundwater prospective zones for watershed development and man-agement. The origin, movement and existence of ground-water depends on several factors such as slope, drainage density, land use, geology, lineament density and geo-morphology.


this study is evaluation of ground water potential zones for Hosur Union, Krishanagri District, Tamilnadu. For evaluation, GIS and Remote Sensing Technology contributes on efficient and effective result oriented methods for studying the occurrence and movement of ground water resources.