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Scientific And Efficient Use of Surface Water In The Basin Or Sub Basin
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.126‐141  
Sanjay D Bonkile, Prof. Dr. P. S. Pajgade
Keywords: Interlinking of basins, Restoration , Diversion , Water availability )
The water resources in the country are limited considering the future demand. Moreover rainfall is confined to monsoon season and unevenly distributed both in space and time. At present various storages have been constructed to store water for various purposes. In case of heavy rainfall water gets spill over or in case of less rainfall there may be drought situation. Most of cases due to uneven rainfall in the basin or sub basin some storages/dams attain its maximum capacity, while some do not. On the other hand some basin has excess water available and some have deficit, while some basin/sub basin have exhausted the use of available water.
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