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EARTH OBSERVATION FOR GROUND WATER EXPLORATION, MANAGEMENT, VULNERABILITY AND PROTECTION: THE GOTHAA APPROACH

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The GOTHAA (Geologie Observation de la Terre pour l’analyse d’aquifère) as developped since the year 2000 to support exploration of new ground water resources using earth observation techniques. The approach has been tested in various climatic, geologic, land use contexts in Argentina, Egypt, France, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Libya.

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Optimal Utilization of Available Ground Water Resources and alternate for Potable water Supplies – ”Desalination of Sea and Brackish Water” ….

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Sultanate Oman located on the North-east of Arabian Peninsula has a land area of 309,500 Sq kms and a population of 2.743 million. It is in a rain shadow area and has a scarce annual average Rainfall of around 100 mm resulting in very less ground water re-charge. With the steadily increasing population, booming economy and enhanced living standards the demand for water is increasing day by day and the annual domestic demand is increasing at a pace of around 8% every year. So it becomes a continuous process for our planning and design engineers either to upgrade the existing or add additional desalination units to meet the ever increasing demands without affecting the ecosystem. All our plants are eco-friendly either of RO or MSF, with the advanced energy recovery systems, following the latest technologies with out posing any compromise to environmental safety.

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Prevention of Ground and Surface water pollution due to open landfilling practice.

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Natural Regeneration is a low-cost, people and environment-friendly model which can be replicated  in any village with the participation of the village communities. Where ever the natural regeneration model is to be promoted the culture of conservation systems would have to be established in course of time.

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India, Madhya Pradesh – development of individual storages to overcome the overexplotation of groundwater

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Decentralised Surface Water Harvesting Structure as a Viable Irrigation Model: The “Bhagirath Krishak Abhiyan”  in  Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh brings in a new dawn in the history of modern India by way of bringing in a movement to restore rainwater by creating more than six thousand farm ponds in Dewas district built by the people using own resources. The farm pond is a traditional AWM solution in the region. The solution which started in Dewas district is already being implemented in many other districts as well and has demonstrated long-term sustainability and added-value. 

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