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Note for Watershed Management - WM By JNTU Heroes

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  • Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur (JNTU) College of Engineering (CEP), Pulivendula, Pulivendula, Andhra Pradesh, India - JNTUACEP
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(Refer Slide Time: 03:10) So, this course will be very useful to the under graduates and post graduate students who will be taking watershed management as a course, and water resource engineers, who will be dealing with the watershed and its management. This course will be also useful to various teachers who will be teaching the subject - watershed management, water resource, engineering, agriculture, water management, etcetera, and also it will be useful for non-government organizations, - NGOs - field engineers and practitioners. (Refer Slide Time: 04:07)

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This course includes 10 modules and about 40 lectures and a number of field problems will be discussed in this course to illustrate the concept clearly. So, as I mentioned, there will be totally 10 modules in this course. The modules are listed here and the course will be having 40 lectures. So, the various modules which will be considered in this course include: first one - the introduction and basic concepts; about 3 lectures will be there in this module. Second module on sustainable watershed approach and watershed management practices; 4 lectures will be there in this module. Third module will be on integrated watershed management; 4 lectures will be there in this module. Fourth module will be on watershed modeling. The various aspects of the modeling of watershed related to watershed water rainfall to runoff and various issues. So, this module will be having about 7 lectures, and fifth module will be on social aspects of watershed management, which you will be having about 3 lectures. (Refer Slide Time: 05:18) And in the sixth module, we will be discussing about the use of modern techniques in watershed management. We will be discussing about the remote sensing techniques, geography information systems, then computer models, decision support system, etcetera, in this module and this module will be having 5 lectures. Seventh module will be on management of water quality and this module will be having 4 lectures. Eighth module will be on storm water and flood management.

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In most of the watershed, the floods and droughts are major issues. So, the flood management will be discussed in the eighth module, and in the ninth module, we will be discussing about the drought management within a watershed and various issues related to the droughts and its management, and the last module we will be discussing about the water conservation and recycling and there will be about 3 lectures in this module. (Refer Slide Time: 06:20) The preparation of this video lecture a number of reference books, journal papers and various internet resources will be used. Some of the important references are listed here which includes decision support system for integrated watershed managements by Allam Gamal Ibrahim; then hydrological modeling of small watershed by American society of agricultural engineers; Watershed management by American society civil engineers and watershed hydrology by black peter; irrigation engineering by Am Michel; integrated watershed management by Rajesh Rajora; then integrated watershed management by heathcote.

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(Refer Slide Time: 07:09) Then watershed management by J V S Murty; watershed Management and sustainable development by Gopal Iyer and Roy; watershed development in India by Purandare and Jaiswal; watershed management planning and management by Vir Singh Raj, and watershed processes assessment and management by Paul A Debarry. So, these are some of the important references which you will be used in the preparation of this lectures, and some other references which will be discussed whenever we will be discussing some issues will be mentioned at appropriate places. (Refer Slide Time: 08:08)

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