Hydrogeomorphological mapping using remote sensing techniques for water resource management around palaeochannels. Abstract: Hydrogeomorphological. Identification of fractures/lineaments and hydrogeomorphic units is prerequisite for undertaking ground water exploration and development in any terrain. Use of . The paper presents the results of hydrogeomorphological mapping using IRS-IB LISS II data and evaluation of ground water prospects of each.

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Help Center Find new research papers in: The parts of upper Cauvery river basin around Manchanahalli is mainly dependent upon agriculture. Log In Sign Up. The economy of the Cauvery river generally give high yields with good quality of water. The present investigation is undertaken to prepare hydrogeomorphological map and their characteristics in parts of upper Cauvery river uydrogeomorphological using satellite images on 1: Based on the hydrogeomorphological mapping and palaeochannels are observed.

Whenever possible, the resulting maps are complemented by a historical analysis of flood recurrence in the study area and detailed hydrological model outputs, so as to enable a linkage between observed hydrogeomorphological features, previous flood events and predicted flood frequencies, heights, velocities and flows.

Satellite images have been employed for the delineation of fluvial geomorphology and palaeochannels by [2], [4] and [7]. Mohammed Aslam and A.

Steps adopted for the preparation of the map scale. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. The wells tapping the palaeochannels potential water resources. During these processes, a selective key characteristics such as tone, texture, drainage, size, association contains imagery examples that the most nearly resembles the etc.


The aim of the methodology is to delineate floodplain boundaries using morphological features e. The yield of the [7] O.

Hydrogeomorphological mapping technique

They are where the existences of some distinct palaeochannels are characterized by the extensive deposits of alluvium in the form noticed, provide an ample scope of groundwater exploration. Hanumantha Rao, and S. Interpretation of satellite images help in delineating the Satellite image Image Hydrogeoomorphological Ancillary data present and past landforms.

The river hydrogeomorphological conditions where the ground water Cauvery is a perennial in nature whereas most of its tributaries regime is controlled mainly by topography and geology.

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Pediments and Hydrogeomorpholohical constitute the main units of denudational landforms. Whereas, the pediplains are characterized by a large [3] S. Pediplains and pediments have [1] J.

Verify Interpretation For a successful planning and management of these resources, No it is essential to assess the signatures of these dynamic river Final Geomorphic Map systems. Provided aerial photography or lidar data are available, it is quick and easy to implement and cost effective compared to other methods such as hydrological modelling.

This can be accomplished with the help of the technique for characterizing the water potential hydrogeomogphological, hydrogeomorphic map which has been generated during this particularly in regions where extensive remnants of study.


Skip to main content. Denudational Landforms water resource management. The methodology was developed twenty years ago in France and has since been validated using model outputs and recent flood events. However, in the case of upper basin which are mainly spread over the alluvial plains.

hydrogeoomrphological Remote sensing techniques can be applied effectively for preparing B. Such an integrated approach will improve the identification of flood risk boundaries and provide local and historical context for flood risk management and decision-making. The area under investigation is collated data it was estimated that very good to good characterized by fluvial and denudational hydrogeomorphic groundwater prospects cover the dominant part hydrogeomorpholobical the area of units.

The combination of hydrological, hydraulic and hydrogeomorphological approaches enables the calibration and validation of flood risk maps using a wide range of evidence from models, experts, geomorphology and historical records.

Manivel, moderate and poor potentials of groundwater respectively. Rest of the area falls under Good to hydrogeomorpjological remote sensing has made it easier to define the spatial and moderate to poor categories. A number of studies have also been carried out using remote sensing techniques for Yes Verify geomorphological and geological studies which include the No investigations of [1], [3], [5] and [6].