4 edition of Irrigation management on the Indo-Gangetic plain found in the catalog.
Irrigation management on the Indo-Gangetic plain
D. J. W. Berkoff
Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-37).
|Series||World Bank technical paper,, no. 129|
|LC Classifications||TC903 .B47 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 54 p.,  folded leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||90047047|
Plants found in Indo-Gangetic Plain. A total of 26 plants in the Brahma Database are found in Indo-Gangetic Plain. About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, Hardcover. Condition: New. An indepth Study incorporating all the major aspects of groundwater exploration, development and exploitation for a Large Urban conglomerate in the Indo-Gangetic plain has been presented in this book to serve as a case study for the Region as a whole. Changing Current Scenario of Rice-Wheat System in Indo-Gangetic Plain Region of India Avadhesh Kumar Koshal Project Directorate for Farming Systems Research, Meerut Abstract- The Indian Green revolution region “Indo Gangetic Plain” occupies nearly 15% of the total geographical area of the Size: KB. Map of Indo-Gangetic Plains.
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This paper reviews irrigation management on the Indo-Gangetic plain. It focuses on water distribution in individual schemes rather than basin-wide, though questions of basin management and inter-state / international relations must clearly over-ride any advantage in a particular scheme.
The Indo-Gangetic plain contains perhaps 40% of the population of India and 50% of its irrigated area. In the West (Punjab, Haryana) it covers one of India's most productive regions, in the East (Biha, West Bengal) one of its least productive.
This paper argues that the relative success of irrigated agriculture in the West and relative failure in the East can be largely attributed to Cited by: The Indo-Gangetic Plain, also known as the Indus-Ganga Plain and the North Indian River Plain, is a million-acre (million km 2) fertile plain encompassing northern regions of the Indian subcontinent, including most of northern and eastern India, the eastern parts of Pakistan, virtually all of Bangladesh and southern plains of Nepal.
The region is named after the Indus and the Ganges. Conservation Agriculture: Perspectives on Soil and Environmental Management in Indo-Gangetic Plains of South Asia Chapter (PDF Available) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Sapkota and his team found that CA could provide better methods of farming wheat and rice in the Indo-Gangetic plains. CA could reduce production costs by up to 23 per cent without compromising on the yield and improve irrigation water productivity by 66— per cent as compared to.
• Irrigation and urban water use drivers • Ecological flow and water use thresholds Modelling tools • Socio-hydrological systems • Water management strategies Improved estimations • Surface water and groundwater fluxes • Short-term weather predictions and recycled precipitation Working towards a.
Management of cereal crop residues for sustainable rice-wheat production system in the Indo Gangetic Plains of India. Proc Indian natn Sci Acad 1 Sollins, P; Homann P and Caldwell, B A; This study was undertaken to assess farmers preferences and willingness to pay (WTP) for various climate-smart interventions in the Indo-Gangetic Plain.
The research outputs will be helpful in integrating farmers choices with government programs in the selected regions. The Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP) was selected because it is highly vulnerable to climate change, which may adversely affect the. Water contamination is often reported in agriculturally intensive areas such as the Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP) in south-eastern Asia.
We evaluated the impact of the organic and conventional farming of basmati rice on water quality during the rainy season (July to October) of and at Kaithal, Haryana, India.
The study area comprised seven organic and seven conventional fields where. Downloadable (with restrictions). Summary "Getting prices right" is the silver bullet widely advocated to developing countries in fighting waste, misallocation and scarcity of water.
In the vast, poverty-stricken Indo-Gangetic basin, however, high surrogate water price is driving out small-holder irrigation. With rising diesel prices, most small-holders who use borewells for irrigation find.
The Ganges and its all tributaries, especially the Yamuna, have been used for irrigation since ancient times.
Dams and canals were common in gangetic plain by fourth century BCE.  The Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna basin has a huge hydroelectric potential, on the order oftomegawatts, nearly half of which could easily be harnessed.⁃ coordinates: 30°59′N 78°55′E / °N °E.
Indo-Gangetic Plain: 3 Divisions of the Ganga Plain in India are 1. The Upper Ganga Plain, 2. The Middle Ganga Plain, 3. The Upper Lower Plain. This is the largest unit of the Great Plain of India stretching from Delhi to Kolkata in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and.
Hence this arcuate (curved) plain is also known as Indo-Gangetic-Brahmaputra Plain. Features of Indo – Gangetic – Brahmaputra Plain. Indo-Gangetic-Brahmaputra Plain is the largest alluvial tract of the world.
It stretches for about 3, km from the mouth of the Indus to the mouth of the Ganga. Indian sector of the plain accounts for 2, km.
India. Indo-Gangetic Plain. In social and economic terms, the Indo-Gangetic Plain is the most important region of India. The plain is a great alluvial crescent stretching from the Indus River system in Pakistan to the Punjab Plain (in both Pakistan and India) and the Haryana Plain to the delta of the Ganga (or Ganges) in Bangladesh (where it is called the Padma).
Rice and wheat together have an evapotranspiration demand of about mm and water requirement of about mm. In this part of the trans Indo-Gangetic plain, where rainfall is about mm, large amount of water has to be supplied through surface water from canals and groundwater pumped through shallow tubewell (depth Cited by: Fertilizer N applied at a time when crop needs are high, reduces the chances of losses of N from the soil-plant system, thus, improving N use efficiency.
Reduction in losses of 15N applied as urea to wheat in the Indo-gangetic plain through synchronization with irrigation events has. Downloadable (with restrictions). Abstract Groundwater irrigation and energy played an important role in increasing agricultural production and food security in India; however, declining groundwater levels result in an increase of energy consumption and CO2 emission for lifting water.
This, in the future, is expected to influence groundwater development and usage policy in by: 5. Indo-Gangetic Plain. In social and economic terms, the Indo-Gangetic Plain is the most important region of India.
The plain is a great alluvial crescent stretching from the Indus River system in Pakistan to the Punjab Plain (in both Pakistan and India) and the Haryana Plain to the delta of the Ganga (or Ganges) in Bangladesh (where it is called the Padma). The role of groundwater in agriculture, livelihoods, and rural poverty alleviation in the Indo-Gangetic and Yellow River basins: A review K.G.
Villholth, A. Mukherji, B.R. Sharma & J. Wang. Chapter 2. Towards better management of groundwater resources—lessons from an integrated capacity building project in the Indo-Gangetic and Yellow River.
The paper examines the performance of participatory water institutions in India’s Eastern Indo-Gangetic plains region using new institutional economics and management governance fundamentals. Water institutions are of great importance for water resource management in India’s Eastern Indo-Gangetic plains since the region has relatively abundant water but lags behind significantly in Cited by: 4.
measures. In Indo-Gangetic- Brahmaputra plain, the deeper wells have yield ranging from lps. iii) Peninsular Shield Area: These are located south of Indo-Gangetic-Brahmaputra plains and consist mostly of consolidated sedimentary rocks, Deccan Trap basalts and crystalline rocks in the states of Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and Size: KB.
The Indo-Gangetic Plain known as the Indus-Ganga Plain and the North Indian River Plain, is a million-acre fertile plain encompassing northern regions of the Indian subcontinent, including most of northern and eastern India, the eastern parts of Pakistan all of Bangladesh and southern plains of region is named after the Indus and the Ganges rivers and encompasses a number of.
Assessment of impacts of climate change on rice and wheat in the Indo-Gangetic plains In this paper, the climate change scenarios of A2 and B2 for time scale (denoted as ) for several key locations of India and its impact on rice and wheat crops based on. In the vast, poverty-stricken Indo-Gangetic basin, however, high surrogate water price is driving out small-holder irrigation.
With rising diesel prices, most small-holders who use borewells for irrigation find effective water use cost soaring, obliging them to economize on Cited by: Abstract.
Agricultural policy in the s and s focused on food security through increased coverage of high-yielding varieties. This enabled rice (Oryza sativa L.)-wheat (Triticum aestivum L. and T. durum Desf.) to emerge as a major cropping system in the Indo-Gangetic Plains (IGP), ushering in the Green Revolution (GR).The GR technologies have remained the cornerstone of the South Asian.
The Upper Ganga plain is a vast stretch of the Indo-Gangetic Plains, where the rivers play an important role and have a definite influence over the area. In general, the soil of the region is alluvial but variations exist in the upland and lowland areas.
Containing eight chapters, the book starts with a discussion about the methodological aspects of priority setting of the farm technologies across various regions of South Asia including Eastern Indo-Gangetic plain, Western Indo-Gangetic Plain and arid regions.
About this book. One of the key features of agricultural development in the last five decades has been intensive groundwater use in the Indo-Gangetic Basin (Pakistan, India, Nepal and Bangladesh) and in the Yellow River Basin (China). In fact, the problem is spread across the Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP) region and experts say an airshed approach is required to tackle the problem if the NCAP target of a 25% reduction in PM Areas that receive intensive groundwater‐based irrigation are located in the Indo‐Gangetic Plain, northwestern, central, and western parts of India (Figure 1).
More remarkably, a few regions (western India and Indo‐Gangetic Plain) have more than 90% of their area irrigated with groundwater by: 3. Indo-Gangetic Plain The Indo-Gangetic Plain stretches from the Arabian Sea in the west in a broad crescent to Bangladesh, a distance of nearly kilometers, with a huge river delta at each end.
The drainage basin of the Indus River coverssquare kilometers, while that of the Ganges and the Brahmaputra Rivers together embraces another. Indo Gangetic plain News: Latest and Breaking News on Indo Gangetic plain. Explore Indo Gangetic plain profile at Times of India for photos, videos and latest news of.
One of the key features of agricultural development in the last five decades has been intensive groundwater use in the Indo-Gangetic Basin (Pakistan, India, Nepal and Bangladesh) and in the Yellow River Basin (China).
Groundwater irrigates almost 60% of the net irrigated area in South Asia and 70% i. Haryana is located on the Indo-Gangetic plain in north-west India with a climate that is arid to semi-arid. It has an area of Mha of which Mha is cultivable and Mha irrigable (GOH, ).
The population totals 21 million of which 70% is rural. GDP per head is $ (32% above the national aver-age) and has been rising in real terms at up. The following typology of irrigation systems is based primarily on mode of governance.
Large-scale public irrigation systems in dry areas, growing staple crops. They include most of the large public schemes of Northern China, the dry part of the Indo-Gangetic Plain, Central Asia, Sudan, the Middle East, the Nepalese Terai, and : David Molden. This study was undertaken to assess farmers’ preferences and willingness to pay (WTP) for various climate-smart interventions in the Indo-Gangetic Plain.
The research output will be helpful in integrating farmers’ choices with government programs in the selected by: The Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP) of India, covering about 44 million ha, is the most important food producing domain in South Asia. It extends from 21°31' to 32°20'N and 73°16' to 89°52' E and is spread over the states of Punjab, Haryana, Delhi (Union Territory), Uttar Pradesh,File Size: KB.
Abstract. The Indo-Gangetic Plain separates the Peninsula from the Himalaya. It is the most densely populated part of India and comprises the plain of the R.
Indus, the Gangetic Plain and the narrow and short plain of the R. by: 2. Over South Asia, irrigation locally reduced the likelihood of hot extremes by a factor of 2 -- 8, with particularly strong effects over the Indo-Gangetic Plain. Berkoff, Irrigation Management on the Indo-Gangetic Plain No.
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Hydro Geology of the Indo Gangatic Plains. Indo Gangetic Plain (IGP), and Peninsular Shield. The IndoGangetic Plain is a km wide, low relief, eastwest zone between the Himalaya in the north and the Peninsula in the south. While past development of tube well irrigation was an important factor in increasing food production.Indo-Gangetic Plains Judgement of the Delhi High Court regarding Ministry of Agriculture's move restricting Basmati rice cultivation to Indo-Gangetic areas, 25/04/ Judgement of the High Court of Delhi in the matter of The State Government of Madhya Pradesh Vs Union of India & Others dated 25/04/ regarding Geographical Indication.
To highlight the trend and response of irrigation to rainfall variations, the authors chose the Indo-Gangetic Plain, which had witnessed severe drought in and