Magazine Articles | Water | VOL.12, ISSUE 73 July-August 2012 |

Artificial Recharge and Sustainable Management of Groundwater

Chhattisgarh with nearly 4 per cent of the country’s area is the 10th largest state of India with a population of 2.6 million (Census 2011). Physiographically, it consists of plateaus of Bastar in the south, plains in the centre and hills in the north. Chhattisgarh experiences a subtropical climate with mean monsoon rainfall of 1240 mm. The main rivers of the state are Mahanadi and its tributaries Seonath, Hasdeo Mand and Arpa which drains the western, central and northern part....

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