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    Author(s)KUMAR P.
    Publish YearMarch 2022


    SPRINGER Water Resources Management And Sustainability (Hb 2022) by KUMAR P.

    Water is the elixir of life and is crucial for sustainable development. Earlier, it was considered to be a limitless or at least a fully renewable natural resource. During the past 20 years, however, there has been tremendous pressure on this precious natural resource mainly due to rapid urbanization, industrialization and the increase in the human population. Together, these have resulted in increasing demand for irrigation, industrial, and household purposes to meet supply-chain requirements. Keeping in mind the scarcity of available water resources in the near future and its impending threats, it has become imperative on the part of scientists in hydrology and allied disciplines such as geography, landscape planning, sustainability science etc. Regional planners and supply chain management experts also must be involved in studying the spatial and temporal nature of the growing demand for water and the future availability for its judicial use and sustainable management. A primary intent of the book is to provide comprehensive scientific knowledge base on water resource management and sustainability. It covers geo-engineering and scientific problems, case studies, and sustainable solutions in the water resources management domain. Additionally and of equal importance, the chapters of the book provide in-depth coverage on water resource vulnerability, water quality, wastewater treatment, application of remote sensing and geographical information systems hydrological modeling and harvesting, climate variability and runoff, sediment discharge and irrigation planning, community participation in water governance, internet of things and machine learning applications for sustainable water resources management. This practical, state-of-the-art reference book is a valuable resource for students, researchers, scientists, policymakers, spatio-temporal designers of water resource systems, various stake holders interested in hydro-climatology and sustainable water resources management. Chapter 1 Water Resources, Livelihood Vulnerability and Management in Rural Desert Communities of Jaisalmer, IndiaPankaj Kumar, Shreya Ojha, Gaurav Kant Nigam, Anju Singh, Manish Kumar SinhaChapter 2 Mining Related PCB in Wetland Sediments of the River Lippe (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)Sarah Ohlemacher, Claudia Post, Klaus BaierChapter 3 Wastewater Treatment Plants Advantage to Combat Climate Change and Help Sustainable Water ManagementKapilkumar Nivrutti Ingle, Mulugeta Chanie Fenta, Koichi Harada, Akash Sopan Ingle, Atsushi UedaChapter 4 Rethinking Community Water Governance: What Shapes Local Level Decision Making? A Case of Selected Communities in the Wassa Amenfi East District of the Western Region, Ghana Kofi Adu-Boahen, Ishmael Yaw Dadson, Faustina Ankomah, Kyeremeh SenderChapter 5 Impact of Evaporation Losses from on-farm Reservoirs on the Economics of the Farming System Aniket Deo, Subhankar Karmakar, Amit AroraChapter 6 Estimating Sediment Rate through Stage-Discharge Rating Curve for Two Mountain Streams in Sikkim, IndiaSonu Kumar, Santosh Rangrao Yadav, Triambak BaghelChapter 7 Relative Contribution of Climate Variables on Long-term Runoff using Budyko FramworkUttam Puri Goswami, Manish Kumar GoyalChapter 8 Irrigation Planning with Fuzzy Parametric Programming ApproachJ. B. Gurav, R. U. Kamodkar, D. G. RegulwarChapter 9 Application of High Resolution Hydrological & Hydraulic Models for Sustainable Water Resources ManagementSangameswaran ShyamprasadChapter 10 Development of Three-Dimensional Mathematical Groundwater Flow Model of Raipur City Area, Chhattisgarh, IndiaSuvendu Sahu, D. C. JhariyaChapter 11 Flood Modeling Using HEC-RAS for Purna River, Navsari District, Gujarat, IndiaDarshan J. Mehta, Yennam Varun KumarChapter 12 Hydrological Parameter Estimation for Water Balance Studies Using SWAT ModelSushmita Gouraha, Ishtiyaq AhmadChapter 13 Groundwater Potential Mapping using Maximum EntropyArnold R. SalvacionChapter 14 Application of remote sensing and GIS in floodwater harvesting for groundwater development in the upper delta of Cauvery River Basin, Southern IndiaKongeswaran Thangaraj, Sivakumar KarthikeyanChapter 15 Strategic evaluation of multi-objective water quality monitoring network using GIS-AHP model in a large River systemPreeti Rajput, Manish Kumar Sinha, Gaurav Kant NigamChapter 16 Determination of Root Causes for Drying of Kanari River System by Integration of Multi-temporal Land Use Land Cover mapping in GIS EnvironmentTrivedi Ayushi, Awasthi Manoj Kumar, Singh MalayChapter 17 Impacts of Climate Variability on Urban Rainfall Extremes Using Statistical Analysis of Climatic Variables for Change Detection and Trend AnalysisManish Kumar Sinha, Klaus Baier, Rafig Azzam, M K Verma, Sunil KumarChapter 18 An Analysis of Textural Characteristics and Depositional Environment of Sediments In The Gumti River, Tripura, IndiaIstak Ahmed, Nibedita Das, Jatan DebnathChapter 19 Morphometric Analysis and Geohydrological Inference of Bhilangna Drainage Basin, Uttarakhand (India) using Remote Sensing and GIS techniquesNaresh Kumar Verma, Sourav Bhadwal, Manish Kumar, Pankaj KumarChapter 20 Geospatial Analysis of Kosi River Course From 1998 To 2018Netrananda Sahu, Rajan Kumar, Martand Mani MishraChapter 21 Internet of Things and Machine Learning Application for a Remotely Operated Wetland Siphon System during HurricanesVivek Verma, Krishna Sai Vutukuru, Sai Srinivas Divvela, Surya Srikar SirigineediChapter 22 AHP based Site Suitability Analysis for Water Harvesting Structure Using geospatial techniqueChandra Shekhar Dwivedi, Raghib Raza, Arvind Chandra Pandey, and D. C. JhariyaChapter 23 Attaining Optimal Sustainability for Urban Wastewater Management Using Open-source tools like QGIS, EPANET, and WATERNETGENDevang Shah, Dilip Shete

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