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Assessment of wetland dynamics in Sirohi district of Rajasthan, India using remote sensing and GIS techniques  [PDF]
K Navatha,Chiranjibi Pattanaik,C Sudhakar Reddy
Journal of Wetlands Ecology , 2011, DOI: 10.3126/jowe.v5i0.4996
Abstract: Wetlands are very dynamic ecosystems in the world. The present study provides scenario of wetlands of Sirohi district of Rajasthan, India. Landsat TM data of October, 1992, IRS-P6 LISS-III data of October 2005 and IRS-P6 AWiFS data of January, February, March, April and May months (2005) have been used in the study. Visual interpretation technique was adopted to map the areal extent of wetlands on 1:50,000 scale. Wetlands were classified following the Ramsar classification. The total extent of wetlands for the Sirohi district as a whole is estimated to 11,961 ha with representation 189 wetlands during 1992 which later decreased 11,307 ha in 2005 with a loss of 654.2 ha during 13 years. Of the total wetland area of the district, rivers accounted for 61.9% area, followed by reservoirs (15.1%), seasonal lakes (15%), perennial lakes (5.6%), and ponds (2.5%). Further it is also observed that drastic reduction in the water spread area from February to May months. For conservation of wetlands it is necessary to assess the changes which take place in the water bodies from time to time. Key words: GIS; Rajasthan; Remote sensing; Sirohi district; Wetlands DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/jowe.v5i0.4996 J Wet Eco 2011 (5): 66-72
GIS Based Fuzzy Logic Approach for Identification of Groundwater Artificial Recharge Site  [PDF]
Mostafa Moradi Dashtpagerdi, Hassan Vagharfard, Afshin Honarbakhsh, A. Khoorani
Open Journal of Geology (OJG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojg.2013.36043
Abstract:

In recent decades population increasing and development of agriculture and also being mountainous and climatic characteristics of Sefieddasht plain and also nonuniform distribution of rainfall in study area have led to irregular use of groundwater resources in study area. This issue has led to critical condition of groundwater resources in Sefieddasht plain. This research was carried out to determine the suitable areas for artificial recharge in Sefieddasht plain. Four factors namely, alluvial quality, alluvial thickness, slope, and infiltration rate parameters were explored and maps produced and classified using GIS. Fuzzy logic model was used to determine the suitable areas for artificial recharge. Finally land use maps were used as a filter. Based on results 4.12% of region was recognized as suitable area for artificial recharge.

Identification of Artificial Recharge Sites Using Fuzzy Logic in Shahrekord Basin  [cached]
A. Mahdavi,M. R. Nouri Emamzadei,R. Mahdavi Najafabadi,S. H. Tabatabaei
Journal of Science and Technology of Agriculture and Natural Resources , 2011,
Abstract: In recent years, surface water resources in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province have decreased and groundwater level has fallen down. Thus, groundwater must be strengthened by surface water resources. The objective of this search was identification of artificial recharge sites thorough Fuzzy Logic in Shahrekord Basin. Effective factors in ground water recharge such as slope, infiltration rate, thickness of unsaturated zone, surface water EC, land use and stream network were determined. They were classified, weighted in software packages Arc View 3.2a and Arc GIS 9.3 and they were integrated using multiplying operator in fuzzy model. The obtained results showed 4.79 % of all areas are suitable and 17.94 % are somewhat suitable in this method. To include the effect of land use parameter, it was overlaid on the final maps, showing a decrease in suitable areas up to 1/3. Generally about 30 points were introduced with priorities A, B, AB as having potential for artificial recharge.
Groundwater Recharge Estimation Using the GIS Tool, PRO-GRADE in Ma Keng Iron Mining Area, China
Brown Henrick Nziku,Chen Zhi Hua,Hu Cheng
Environmental Research Journal , 2012,
Abstract: PRO-GRADE, an ArcGIS 9.2 plug-in was used to analyze groundwater patterns and estimate recharge rates in Ma Keng iron mining area, Fu Jian Province, China. The software consists of two separate packages, namely the Pattern Recognition Organizer for GIS (PRO-GIS) and Groundwater Recharge and Discharge Estimator for GIS (GRADE-GIS) for recharge pattern and rates estimation, respectively. Recharge rates estimated showed the distribution of recharge areas as 5.30, 11.03, 67.51, 6.38 and 9.78% for very high, high, medium, low and very low or no recharge, respectively. Recharge patterns extracted from recharge rate map showed almost similar results with its source map while those extracted from Digital Elevation Model (DEM) underestimated areas near river valleys. Generally, the area along Xi Ma River showed negative recharge meaning it maybe discharge zone.
The Use of GIS and Google Earth for Preliminary Site Selection of Groundwater Recharge in the Azraq Oasis Area—Jordan  [PDF]
Rida Al-Adamat
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2012.46045
Abstract: Groundwater is considered to be the major water resource for many areas and the only source of water in some areas in Jordan. Some of Jordan groundwater resources are presently exploited at maximum capacity and in some cases are exploited beyond there safe yield. One of the efficient ways to fight the deficit in groundwater resources is through recharging the water tables naturally or artificially. This research aimed to select the optimum sites for groundwater recharge in the Azraq Oasis area/Jordan through the use of GIS techniques. The selection criteria were based on slope, drainage density, lineament density within the study area. The adopted selection technique was the Boolean techniques (Multiplication) within a Raster GIS. Thirty five sites were selected within the study area with areas vary between 5.2 ha to 273.5 ha. The total area that has the potential for groundwater recharge is 1659.5 ha which represents ca. 3.55% of the study area.
Determinants of Population Growth in Rajasthan: An Analysis  [PDF]
V. V. Singh,Alka Mittal,Neetish Sharma,Florentin Smarandache
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: Rajasthan is the biggest State of India and is currently in the second phase of demographic transition and is moving towards the third phase of demographic transition with very slow pace. However, state's population will continue to grow for a time period. Rajasthan's performance in the social and economic sector has been poor in past. The poor performance is the outcome of poverty, illiteracy and poor development, which co-exist and reinforce each other. There are many demographic and socio-economic factors responsible for population growth. This paper attempts to identify the demographic and socio-economic variables, which are responsible for population growth in Rajasthan with the help of multivariate analysis.
Climate Change Induced Land Degradation and Socio-Economic Deterioration: A Remote Sensing and GIS Based Case Study from Rajasthan, India  [PDF]
Akram Javed, Sayema Jamal, Mohd Yousuf Khandey
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2012.43026
Abstract: The present study attempts to identify and quantify climate change induced land degradation at watershed and village level in Jaggar Watershed of Eastern Rajasthan using remote sensing and GIS technique. The study utilizes Standard Geocoded FCC LISS II data of 1989, and LISS III data of 1998 and 2009 on 1:50,000 scale for Land use/land cover mapping. Maps were digitized, edited and analyzed in GIS to ascertain land use/land cover changes. Comparative analysis of the Land use/land cover statistics and village level household survey reveals that climate change has severely affected land use/land cover especially agriculture land. Agricultural land in the watershed has decreased from 12,026 ha (34%) to 10,400 ha (29.65%) from 1998 to 2009. The area occupied by surface water resources of the major water body has decreased by 207 ha owing to decline in rainfall over the years. Climate data analysis suggests that average maximum and minimum temperatures during the period 1977-2007 have increased by 1.2?C and 0.4?C respectively. Increasing trends of temperature suggests warming up of the area. Decline of ground water table by 1 - 2 m on annual basis coupled with significant drawdown has led to water scarcity in many parts of the watershed. The water table has gone down to a depth of 240 feet, which was reported at 60 - 70 feet 20 years back. The area has shown sharp decline of rainfall by 269 mm from 1977 to 2007. The survey results show that there has been shift in the cropping pattern during the last 20 years due to change in climate as well as decline in availability of water for irrigation. Climate change seems to have played a key role in Jaggar watershed resulting in land degradation and making rainfed agriculture more vulnerable.
Water Stress Assessment in Jharkhand State Using Soil Data and GIS
M Hazra, K Avisher, P Gopal, MS Nathawat
Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper an attempt has been made to study the interrelationship of water resources available with that of soil class and its properties including soil drainage and erosional characteristics which has been used to generate drainage stress map and water stress map inferring the basic reason for water scarcity in the district of Jharkhand, India. It has been found that 62.71% of soil is classified as well – excessively drained soils whereas only 18.13% of soil is imperfectly- poorly drained. It was also found that only 12.31% and 28.4% of total soil show slight erosion and severe erosion characteristics whereas remaining is moderately eroded. Jharkhand state is facing acute water crisis and due to lowering of ground water table. Thus this work would help the administrators and decision makers in assessing the role of soil in groundwater recharge. It has been concluded that soil is an important factor that controls ground water recharge and water stress of the region. GIS has proved to be an important tool in assessing the area in short span of time. An attempt has been made to highlight that there are various natural parameters that control ground water recharge and soil is one of the controlling parameter in Jharkhand (INDIA).
INTEGRATION OF ICT AND E-GOVERNANCE IN RAJASTHAN
SANJAY TEJASVEE,,DR. S.S. SARANGDEVOT
Indian Journal of Computer Science and Engineering , 2011,
Abstract: IT (Information Technology) is a term which is basically used to actions and technologies allied with the use of computer and communication resources. It was treated as an electronic technique to storage, retrieval and processing on various types of data. Now IT hasmoved ahead towards every citizen due to its great usability and much more benefits and it’s also play a vita role in e-commerce and ebusiness, so IT became a necessary part of the life of every body. With the IT, various types of projects are running to provide the several types of facilities in the every area of all over the world towards the citizens. In recent digital era every Government also wants to maximum use of IT for the development of country. Indian Government also takes IT as very seriously and designs various types of projects to implement at every state level to every urban area as well as rural area. The combination of Government, IT and communication resources a concept came which known as e-Governance. The purpose of this paper is to explore e-Governance in Rajasthan which is the dramatic state of India. However, it’s a typical task to explore integrated e-governance in Rajasthan, but this paper will try to represent the every aspect of e-governance in Rajasthan in summarized but understanding way. Thus, this paper will discuss from introductory definition of e-governance to implemented key projects under e-governance.
Working Capital Management of Small Scale Industries in Rajasthan  [cached]
Bashar Matarneh
International Journal of Financial Research , 2012, DOI: 10.5430/ijfr.v3n2p78
Abstract: Small scale industry (SSI) plays an important role in the economy of the state Rajasthan of India. In spite of all the odds, the SSI sector has emerged as India’s engine of growth in the new millennium. The SSI sector in India contribute almost 40% of the gross industrial value added, the study is undertaken by taking 5 years data from secondary source. From this study, it has been found the working capital management is to decide the pattern of financing of the current assets, which is one of the biggest problems of working capital management. The SSIs has to decide about the sources of funds which can be avail to make investment in the current assets. The problem of working capital management of small-scale industries is not new.
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