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  • Items where Year is 2014 - ePrints@ATREE
    N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Creators Item Type No Grouping Jump to Monograph Number of items 1 Monograph Srinivasan Veena and Kumar Suresh D and Chinnasamy Pennan and Sulagna Swati and D Sakthivel and P Paramasivam and Lele Sharachchandra 2014 Water Management in the Noyyal River Basin A Situation Analysis Discussion Paper Ashoka Trust for Research in

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    ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Creators Item Type No Grouping Number of items 1 Srinivasan Veena and Kumar Suresh D and Chinnasamy Pennan and Sulagna Swati and D Sakthivel and P Paramasivam and Lele Sharachchandra 2014 Water Management in the Noyyal River Basin A Situation Analysis Discussion Paper Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and

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  • Water Management in the Noyyal River Basin A Situation Analysis - ePrints@ATREE
    I cities of Coimbatore and Tiruppur as well as 84 smaller urban settlements Water issues in this basin have been the focus of much public debate and action over the last two decades Most of the debate triggered by farmer agitations and court cases has focused on the question of water pollution water scarcity and sustainability issues have received relatively little attention Recent bans on industrial effluent discharge into the Noyyal as well as changes in water supply infrastructure watershed development activities urban demand and agricultural water use have dramatically altered the future of the Noyyal River and merit follow up studies The purpose of this situation analysis is to summarize the current state of knowledge regarding water resources management in the Noyyal sub basin and identify critical knowledge gaps to inform water related research in the basin It is hoped that such an analysis will help those studying or working on water issues in the Noyyal and also provide useful insights for other urbanizing basins Item Type Monograph Discussion Paper Additional Information Copyright of this article belongs to Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment Uncontrolled Keywords Water resources Management situation analysis Noyyal River Noyyal sub basin

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  • Items where Year is 2013 - ePrints@ATREE
    ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Creators Item Type No Grouping Jump to Monograph Number of items 1 Monograph Lele Sharachchandra and Srinivasan Veena and Jamwal Priyanka and Thomas Bejoy K and Eswar Meghana and Zuhail T Md 2013 Water Management in Arkavathy basin a situation analysis Discussion Paper Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and

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  • Items where Year is 2013 - ePrints@ATREE
    IDs OpenURL ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Creators Item Type No Grouping Number of items 1 Lele Sharachchandra and Srinivasan Veena and Jamwal Priyanka and Thomas Bejoy K and Eswar Meghana and Zuhail T Md 2013 Water Management in Arkavathy basin a situation analysis Discussion Paper Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment

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  • Water Management in Arkavathy basin: a situation analysis - ePrints@ATREE
    sub basin and identify critical knowledge gaps to inform future researchers in the basin It is hoped that such an analysis will help those studying or working on water issues in the basin itself and also provide useful insights for other such urbanising basins The Arkavathy sub basin is located in the state of Karnataka in India see Figure 1 It covers an area of 4 253 km2 and is part of the inter state Cauvery River basin The sub basin covers parts of eight taluka Doddaballapur Nelamangala Magadi Bangalore North Bangalore South Ramanagara Anekal and Kanakapura within three districts Bangalore Urban Bangalore Rural and Ramanagara The total population in the sub basin was 72 lakhs in 2001 and is estimated to be approximately 86 lakhs in 2011 This is distributed approximately 50 50 between urban and rural settlements although the urban share is growing rapidly with 33 lakhs from Bengaluru city more than one third of Bengaluru s total population There are also four major Class II towns Doddaballapur Nelamangala Ramanagara and Kanakapura with populations ranging from 35 000 to 95 000 In spite of rapid urbanisation there are still 1 107 revenue villages with populations ranging from less than 10 to 6 0001 and agriculture continues to be the mainstay of a large number of them Item Type Monograph Discussion Paper Additional Information Copyright of this article belongs to Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment Uncontrolled Keywords Arkavathy Vrishabhavathy Suvarnamukhi Cauvery basin Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board BWSSB Cauvery River Authority Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal CWDT Thippagondanahalli Reservoir TGR TG halli Byramangala tank Kanakapura water supply Karnataka Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency KRWSSB Karnataka State Pollution Control Board KSPCB faecal coliform Bangalore water stress Bangalore water supply Bangalore water quality Biological Oxygen Demand

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  • Items where Year is 2011 - ePrints@ATREE
    HTML Citation JSON METS Object IDs OpenURL ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Creators Item Type No Grouping Jump to Article Number of items 1 Article Nagendra Harini and Gopal Divya 2011 Tree diversity distribution history and change in urban parks studies in Bangalore India Urban Ecosystems 14 2 pp 211 223 This list was generated

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  • Items where Year is 2011 - ePrints@ATREE
    XML EndNote HTML Citation JSON METS Object IDs OpenURL ContextObject RDF N Triples RDF N3 RDF XML Refer Reference Manager Atom RSS 1 0 RSS 2 0 Group by Creators Item Type No Grouping Number of items 1 Nagendra Harini and Gopal Divya 2011 Tree diversity distribution history and change in urban parks studies in Bangalore India Urban Ecosystems 14 2 pp 211 223 This list was generated on Sat

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