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Published by Marathwada Agricultural University in Parbhani .
Written in English



  • India,
  • Maharashtra.


  • Jayakwadi Irrigation Project (Maharashtra, India),
  • Irrigation -- India -- Maharashtra.,
  • Drainage -- India -- Maharashtra.,
  • Irrigation farming -- India -- Maharashtra.

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ContributionsMarathwada Agricultural University.
LC ClassificationsTC904.M33 A37 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 344 p. :
Number of Pages344
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1373355M
LC Control Number92904809

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soils in Jayakwadi and Purna command. Agricultural Development of Jayakwadi and Purna command areas. J. Marathwada Agric. Univ.,Maharashtra, Resource Wheat Consortium for Indo-Gangetic. Ujjani Dam, also known as Bhima Dam or Bhima Irrigation Project, on the Bhima River, a tributary of the Krishna River, is an earthfill cum Masonry gravity dam located near Ujjani village of Madha Taluk in Solapur district of the state of Maharashtra in India.. The Bhima River, which originates in Bhimashankar of the Western Ghats, and forms the Bhima Valley with its tributary rivers and Construction cost: Rs million (–84). The commission suggested the formation of a special administrative agency for the coordinated and expeditious development of command areas under major and medium irrigation projects. The functions of such agencies would be to assign tasks to various departments and institutional organisations to enforce coordination among them and to ensure the.   As a result, in , State Governments wererequested to set up Command Area Development Authorities for 50 irrigation projects in December , the formation of a Central Sector Scheme for Command AreaDevelopment Programme in selected irrigated commands was approved by the Governmentof India.

The first chapter of the book introduces irrigation and deals with the need, development and environmental aspects of irrigation in India. The second chapter on hydrology deals with different aspects of surface water resource. Soil-water relationships have been dealt with in Chapter 3. Hydrological modeling and the hydrological response to land-use/land-cover changes induced by human activities have gained enormous research interest over the last few decades. The study presented here analyzes the spatial and qualitative changes in the rainfall–runoff that have resulted from the land-cover changes between – in the Godavari River Basin using Cited by: 7.   On the 28 th of August , reservoir storages in Marathwada stand at 8%, with the largest Jayakwadi Dam at 5%, 4 dams at 0% (Mazalgaon, Majara, Lower Terna and Seena Kolegaon) and 3 more at less than 5% storages (Purna Siddheshwar at 1%, Yeldari at 3% and Manar at 3%). Of the average June-August rainfall of mm, Marathwada has received. asa Raju and Kumar () Impact of climate change on water resources-modeling techniques and case studies, Springer climate series, Springer, ISBN (Book details) (Review of book in journal of hydrologic engineering ASCE) ; asa Raju and Kumar (), Multicriterion analysis in engineering and management, Prentice .

  Two riparian states – Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra – of the inter-state Godavari river are principal parties in the suit filed under Article of the Constitution of India read with Order XXIII Rules 1,2 and 3 of the Supreme Court Rules, Author: Advocatemmmohan. Ground Water Year Book - India Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) Area, production and productivity of different crops in Arunachal Pradesh: Government of Arunachal Pradesh, New Agricultural policy: daily update on Weather data of selective India cities. Maharashtra (abbr. MH) is a state in the western region of India and is India's second-most populous state and third-largest state by area. relations. A major challenge often confronted in agricultural crop production, despite the development of advanced agricultural technology, is the damage caused to agricultural crops by pest and diseases. Crop losses can be due to biotic factors like pests, diseases, weeds and abiotic factors like flood, drought, cyclones hailstorms etc. Damage is known.