1 edition of Fisheries and livelihoods in Tungabhadra basin, India found in the catalog.
Fisheries and livelihoods in Tungabhadra basin, India
Includes bibliographical references (p. 20).
|Statement||Manasi S., Latha N., and K.V. Raju|
|Series||Working paper -- 217|
|Contributions||Institute for Social and Economic Change|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||2010319119|
It is located near the Tungabhadra river. 7. By CE, Hampi-Vijayanagara was the world's second-largest medieval-era city after Beijing, and probably India's richest at that time, attracting traders from Persia and Portugal. 8. It has been described by UNESCO as an "austere, grandiose site" of more than 1, surviving. Water use in the Tungabhadra river basin Tungabhadra, shared by the two southern states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, is a tributary of the larger river system Krishna. It originates in the Western Ghats with a catchment area of 71, km 2, of wh km 2 are in Karnataka. The Tungabhadra basin has two parts: 1) the upper and middle File Size: 11MB.
Sixty per cent of the groundwater in a river basin supporting more than million people in Pakistan, India, Nepal and Bangladesh is not drinkable or usable for irrigation, researchers have said. The biggest threat to groundwater in the Indo-Gangetic Basin, named after the Indus and Ganges rivers, is not depletion but contamination, they. India is not blessed with really good storage sites, particularly in theHimalayas, as can be noted from Table which gives the storage for some major dams in theHimalayas as well as in other parts of the Storage of some major dams (2)Dam Height (m) Storage (million cubic metres)Bhakra (India) 11,Kishau (India.
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Management of water resources is crucial for supporting livelihoods, particularly marginal communities. The study aims at understanding the livelihood patterns of fishermen within the Tungabhadra sub basin, a tributary of river Krishna located in peninsular India.
Household surveys, focus group discussions and interviews were carried out in order to understand the. Fisheries and livelihoods in Tungabhadra basin: Current status and future possibilities – A working paper by Institute for Social and Economic Change This study by Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC) aims at understanding the livelihood patterns of fishermen within the Tungabhadra sub basin, a tributary of river Krishna located in.
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