GNR 624 Water Resources And River Basin Management

Hydrological cycle, fresh water reserves, atmosphere, weather systems, cloud types and meteorological satellite images, precipitation measurements and spatio-temporal variations, morphometric aspects of watersheds - humid, semi-arid and arid region, riverbasins,evaporation, infiltration and surface rainfall runoff, pollutant discharge and water quality, multilevel data application in water resource studies, surface water storage and effectiveness, water demand of settlements, agriculture, energy and wetland, water availability and deficit analysis, flood and drought, effective river basin monitoring, management and conflict resolution, case studies.

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