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Authors: Bairwa, Anil Kumar
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: Being one of the basic requirements of human existence it becomes highly imperative to manage the total available water, more so because it is not replaceable or replicable. The chapter 1 first of all gives a brief overview of the available water resources in India. Then it justifies the need for the study before laying down the scope, limitations and methodology of the study to follow. 97% of the planet's surface is covered with water. So what is the use of water management after all? 2.7% if the total water on earths surface is fresh water of which 78% stays frozen in the polar caps. According to available estimates only 0.3 percent of total fresh water is usable for entire animal and human populations. Hence the need of water management. In the chapter 2 author attempts to investigate the situations in India and Udaipur in particular, which is the study is very important to make case studies before thinking off any kind of planning, designing or management solutions. In the chapter 3 author makes case studies about Jaipur and Bhopal tries to make inferences after analyzing the water resource conditions of these cities. The cities have been selected on the basis of the similarity to the study area with respect to climate, topography and physical features. Udaipur, which is better known as the city of lakes or the Venice of the east contains four lakes. However the call of the hour is to manage the existing available resources as. the conditions of most of the lakes is worsening. The chapter 4 investigates the physical and water resource conditions of the city of Udaipur. This is highly essential before recommending any design, management or planning solutions. After obtaining the information about the city and its water resources it is time to analyze the conditions before suggesting recommendations. The chapter 5 analyzes the situation based upon the information gathered by various primary and secondary sources of information. After analysis the data and the findings. The chapter 6 gives some proposal and recommendation for improving the water resource and water supply system in Udaipur city.
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Research Supervisor/ Guide: Jain, R. K.
Singh, Nalini
metadata.dc.type: M.Tech Dessertation
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