Review Article on Integrated hydrological and hydrogeological Studies of Artificial Rainwater harvesting Structures for Augmentation of Groundwater
Sankara Lokeswari, Dr. Sunil Pratap Reddy
Integrated hydrological, hydrogeological studies, artificial intelligence, rainwater harvesting structures, augmentation, groundwater, systematic literature review. etc.
Among the characteristic assets, water is the most fundamental component in nature, close to air for food of life and is fundamental for typical and sound development of life. Serious utilization of common assets and expanding worldwide populace likewise put an extraordinary focus on water. For homegrown inventory purposes, the percent of groundwater use has expanded to over 40% on an overall premise. A few analysts all through the world have done hydrological and hydro-land concentrates in various regions and hypotheses are created. [5] Nagarkurnool is an area in the southern locale of the Indian province of Telangana. The yearly precipitation is most minimal and because of various stone sorts, the ground water is less. Out of complete water assets, 90% of drinking and water system water is from groundwater assets in pieces of Nagarkurnool area. Already an almost no work has been completed in the current examination territory which is for the most part immature area in the dry spell inclined piece of the region. The primary point and objective of the current examination is to investigate the achievability of groundwater assets with exceptional accentuation on groundwater assets by applying all conceivable incorporated techniques like topographical, geo-morphological and hydrological strategies, so as to propose some helpful and pragmatic gathering strategies for generally speaking turn of events and the board of groundwater assets. The current region is taken up for coordinated hydro geographical methodology by gathering significant measure of essential information and just as information from different organizations. The investigation of these outcomes is to come to certain significant end results for the most ideal approach to investigate and the administration of accessible groundwater asset in pieces of Nagarkurnool District, Telangana. [2]
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 36 - 40
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