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Community based water resources management in North East India : lessons from a global context /

Community based water resources management in North East India :  lessons from a global context /
DK Number:DK-219914
ISBN: 9788184246964
Title: Community based water resources management in North East India : lessons from a global context /
Author: editors, C.K. Jain, K.M. Baharul Islam, Shikhar K. Sarma.
Imprint: New Delhi : Allied Publishers,
Physical Desc.: x, 358 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Year: c2011
Price: USD 38.50
Summary: Proceedings of the International Conference on Community Based Water Resources Management in North East India : Lessons from a Global Context, held at Guwahati during 28-30 January 2011.
Volume Title: section 1. Water resources management : surface water -- section 2. Water resources management : ground water -- section 3. Irrigation management -- section 4. Water quality management -- section 5. Water laws and socio economic issues in water management.
Subject Strings: Water resources development--India, Northeastern--Congresses.
  Water quality management--India, Northeastern--Congresses.
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Chapter No.Chapter TitleChapter AuthorPage No.
SECTION -IWATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT--SURFACE WATER
Community Based Water Resources Management: Some Regional ExperiencesK.M. Baharul Islam3
Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction for Enhancing Flood Resilience in Assam , IndiaSudhir Kumar13
How Sustainable is the Brahmaputra River Water Resource?Pankaj Barua17
River System of Mizoram : Potential Avenues in the Multi Modal Transport System in the RegionRahul Verma27
Quantification of Flashiness in Hilly Headwater Catchments of the Brahmaputra basinPori Das and Subashisa Dutta36
Sustainability of Water Resource management by Investigating the Characteristics of Soil Macroporosity Under Different Land Use and land Covers of Northeast India- An Experimental StudySangeeta Shougrakpam and Subashisa Dutta43
The Regional Experiences in water Resource Planning in Reference to the State of AssamMridul Rabha, Pallabi Sarmah and Priyam Barthakur52
Extreme Weather Events and Sustainable Development in PakistanMuhammad Afzal and Salim Ahmed Barbhuiya58
Dam Site Feasibility and Water Management Using GeoinformaticsFaisalnadeem Saher, Muhammad Raza Mehdi, Bashir Ahmad, Arshad Ashraf and Iram Faisal63
Increasing Productivity of Assam Lemon Citrus Limon L. Burmf) through Rain Water Harvesting and Drip IrrigationPankaj Barua and Utpal Kotoky74
Sedimentation Assessment in Reservoirs in the Context of water Audit--Work Done in MaharashtraS.K. kalvit, S.N. Kulkarni81
Historical Analysis and Aridity Index Mapping for Agricultural Drought Study in North Western Region of BangladeshUmme Salma Rima and Shams Al-Amin88
Optimal Ecological management Practices (EMPs) for Managing Excess Sediment and water Yield from Hilly Urban watershedsB. Sarma and A.K. Sarma96
Emerging necessity for Integrated Land and Water Resources Management in Manipur River BasinK. James Singh and M. Kalita104
SECTION -IIWATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT--GROUND WATER
Assessment of Groundwater Prospect in the Markanda River basin, Northwest India: A Morphometric ApproachKshetrimayum Krishnakanta Singh and Vishwa Nath bajpai107
The Effect of negative Water Balance of Coastal Area on Qualitative Parameters of groundwater (A case Study of Shendabad Coastal Aquifer in Iran)Amir Safi, Morteza Mousavi and Milad Ebrahimi117
Community Manageable Ground Water Management System (Through Pooling of Bore Wells), a Policy Option for Rainfed Areas--APDAI Pilot Project ExperienceM. Vanaja127
Multi Functions of People Institutions and Their Sustainability: Role of Tank Associations and Their Nested Institutions for the Sustainability of Traditional water Resources (Tanks)B. Sada Siva134
SECTION - IIIIRRIGATION MANAGEMENT
Water productivity in Canal Command areas Present Scenario and Future NeedsD.K. Dobariya and J.C. Chaudhari137
Role of Indigenous Irrigation Farming System (Chamazi) in Food Security and cash Income in Semi-Arid Areas of West Usambara Mountains, TanzaniaAbiud Kaswamila and V. Venkatakrishnan145
Jhola Kundi-A Promising Low Cost Water Harvesting Structure for vegetable Cultivation in Eastern Ghat High Land Region of Orissa: A Case Study for Tribal Livelihood ImprovementB.S. Naik, Praveen Jakhar, D. Barman, G.B. Naik, B.K. Dash152
Sustainable use of Irrigation Water-Impact on Cropping Pattern and productivity of cropsDharmpal Malik185
Traditional Rain Water Harvesting and Runoff Recycling System of North East India and Their Sustainability for crop ProductionPankaj Barua187
Shortage of water Stress on Yield and Some Morphological and Physiological Traits of Sunflower in the Area of IronParisa Bolori and Masoud Soltani188
SECTION- IVWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Public Private Partnership Approach for Promoting Safe drinking water in Urban Poor Communities in NepalRajesh Adhikari, Bhushan Tuladhar, Bihu dangol, Bipin Dangol and Roshan R. Shrestha191
Fostering Local Entrepreneurship for providing Safe Drinking Water in Rural Communities of NepalRaju Shrestha , Bipin Dangol, betman Singh204
Water Quality Trading: Cooperative Game Theory ApproachS.A. Mostafavi, M.J.Imami Skardi and A. Afshar212
Plan For Upgrading Surface Water Quality Monitoring Network for Meghalaya, IndiaC.K. Jain218
Plan for Upgrading ground Water Quality Monitoring Network for Meghalaya, IndiaC.K. Jain229
The Effects of Artificial Recharge on groundwater Quality (A Case Study of Shendabad Coastal Aquifer in Iran)Amir Safi and Milad Ebrahini243
Impact of Contaminant Migration through Fractured Porous Media on Ground water SystemRitwik Chakraborty and Ambarish Ghosh249
Sustainable Development and managing Industrial Effluents at Bodhjungnagar Industrial Growth centre, Agartala, tripuraPradip K. Mukherjee257
Fluoride Ion in Drinking Water and Prevalence of Dental Flourosis among the Populations: A Studyin a few Tea garden Belt Villages in Golaghat District, Assam, IndiaBhupen K. Baruah, Bhanita Das Abani K. Misra266
Mine Water Analysis of Coal-Bearing Strata of Ladrymbai Coalfield, Jainita Hills, Meghalaya, North East IndiaManabendra Nath273
Nitrate : A Menace for the Rural people of Punjab, IndiaUmesh K. Garg and Navdeep kaur276
Monitoring of Nitrate, Phosphate, Fluoride, Arsenic and Heavy metals Contamination of drinking Water Sources in the Small Tea gardens Area of Sonitpur District, Assam, IndiaJoydev Dutta Abani K. Misra282
Low Cost Treatment Technology practicing in Rural Water Supply Schemes in Sri Lanka- Model studyS.H. Mervin Antony291
A Study on Municipal waste water Treatment through Biological Oxidation, jaipur City (Dhelawas), IndiaVivek Bhargava299
Water Treatment by Adsorption through Industrial Waste SludgeU. Mishra, M. Bandyopadhyaya and P.K. Sahoo307
Decentralized Governance and Local eater Resource Management: Lessons to North East India from a Global ContextV. Venkatakrishnan and Abiud Kawamila308
Hydro-Biological Properties of Some of the Aquatic Systems of Barak ValleyKankana das and Susmita Gupta309
Spatial variability in Zooplankton Community in Response to Flood Pulse in Chatla Floodplain Lake, Barak Valley, AssamHafsa Sultana Laskar and Susmita Gupta310
SECTION -VWATER LAWS AND SOCIO ECONOMIC ISSUES IN WATER MANAGEMENT
Water Laws in the Indian ContextAmardeep Singh, A.K. Gosain and Murari Ratnam313
Current Status of Water Use in urban Punjab and its Relation to Socio-economic StatusAman Preet Singh Brar and Balram Dogra322
Ensuring Livelihood and Food Security through Indigenous Water management Practices in North-East IndiaDhrubajit Sarma and Ranjita Bezbaruah Sharma329
Role of Women in water ConservationDigambar Singh, A.R. Senthil Kumar and P.K. Garg336
Capacity Building of Farmers Organizations through Decentralized Field Training Centres--A case Study from AndhraPradeshK. Tirupataiah and G. JJhansi Rani344
gender and Genrational Analysis of Commitment and Participation in Rural Water Supply Project Suhum Kraboa Coaltar District of the Eastern Region of GhanaAdemola A. Ladele and Vivian Tackie-Ofosu354
Tourism Festival of water in Desert Lands of IranHamideh Beigi and M.H. Ramesht355
Utilization of Water Resources by the Ethnic Communities of Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalayas, IndiaPaul Ashish and Khan Mohamed Latif356
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