Study of drainage pattern through aerial data in Naugarh area of Varanasi district, U.P.
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Drainage pattern of Naugarh Block of district Varanasi has been mapped. The basin characterestics have been analysed is terms of basin morphology and related parameters. The drainage system of the region is composed of 3 perennial rivers with 7 sub-basins. A total of 1223 streams. of 1st to 6th order exist, out of which 761 are of 1st order and 350 of 2nd order which hold sufficient amount of water duing the peak monsoon period Surface water resources could be enhanced in the region by constructing check dams and creating artificial recharge through effective and management.
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- Study of drainage pattern through aerial data in Naugarh area of Varanasi district, U.P.
Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing
Volume 26, Issue 4 , pp 169-175
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- C S Agarwal (1)
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- 1. Ground Water Department, Photogeology & Remote Sensing Division, U.P.