IJMTES – GROUND WATER MANAGEMENT IN URBAN AND SUBURBAN REGION (A LITERATURE REVIEW PAPER)

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : GROUND WATER MANAGEMENT IN URBAN AND SUBURBAN REGION (A LITERATURE REVIEW PAPER)   

Author’s Name : Hettal M. Tokle | Maulik Joshi | Jignesh Joshi
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Volume 04 Issue 01 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 31-35

Abstract – Groundwater is a key asset because of its typically high caliber and lasting accessibility. However, groundwater administration everywhere throughout the world frequently needs maintainability as prove by falling water tables, drying wetlands, expanding ocean water interruption and general weakening of water quality, As groundwater can’t be restored misleadingly on a huge scale, practical administration of this asset is crucial. Various logical apparatuses are accessible to help with his errand. They incorporate strategies for the assurance of groundwater energize, groundwater displaying including the estimation of its vulnerability, and the interfacing to the financial field. By and large the nature of water administration work can be generally upgraded with new devices accessible, including remote detecting, advanced territory models, differential GPS, ecological tracers, programmed information gathering, displaying and the coupling of models from various orders. High populace development rates in parched
and semi-bone-dry zones and the urbanization directly affect on our country’s ground water assets. The investigation of these different literary works it is said that Ground water maintainability is the advancement and utilization of ground water to meet both ebb and flow.

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