Magazine Articles | Technology | VOL. 13, ISSUE 79, July-August 2013 |

Geospatial Framework for Water Resources

Water resource development projects of varied size and scales are inevitable with the ever increasing demands of the society. However, projects inherited—ranging from command areas of millions of hectares to very small local level ones have overlapping and at times conflicting objectives. Thus, there is seldom adequate coordination essential for ensuring collective sustainability. Integrated watershed development and management is the accepted answer but it in turn requires a comprehensive framework that can enable a planning process involving all the stakeholders...

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