I= CONTRIBUTION OF IRRIGATION CONVEYANCE SYSTEM COMPONENTS TO THE RECHARGE POTENTIAL IN RECHNA DOAB UNDER LINED AND UNLINED OPTIONS
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Title of Thesis
CONTRIBUTION OF IRRIGATION CONVEYANCE SYSTEM COMPONENTS TO THE RECHARGE POTENTIAL IN RECHNA DOAB UNDER LINED AND UNLINED OPTIONS

Author(s)
Muhammad Arashad
Institute/University/Department Details
Faculty of Agri. Engineering & Technology / University of Agriculture, Faisalabad
Session
2004
Subject
Agri. Engineering
Number of Pages
230
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
irrigation conveyance system, recharge potential, rechna doab, water resources management, canals, water losses, field irrigation, percolation losses, tertiary system, groundwater

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S. No. Chapter Title of the Chapters Page Size (KB)
1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1
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  1.1 Water Availability At Global Level 2
  1.2 Water Resources Management In Pakistan 4
  1.3 Statement Of Problem 8
  1.4 Objectives Of The Study 11
3 2 Review Of Literature 12
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  2.1 Estimated Recharge Form Irrigation System In Pakistan 12
  2.2 Recharge Assessment From Canals And Distributaries By Various 19
  2.3 Water Losses From Watercourses 36
  2.4 Percolation Losses From Field Irrigation 41
4 3 Methodology 44
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  3.1 Assessment Of Recharge 44
  3.2 Recharge From Canals And Distributaries (Primary And Secondary System) 45
  3.3 Recharge Contribution From Watercourses(Tertiary System) 90
  3.4 Percolation Losses From Field Irrigation 95
5 4 Results And Discussions 120
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  4.1 Predicated Recharge From Canal 120
  4.2 Water Losses And Recharge Contribution From Watercourses 137
  4.3 Percolation Losses From The Field Irrigation 14
  4.4 Contribution Of Recharge To Groundwater In The Selected Domain Of Upper Gogera Branch Canal 153
6 5 Conclusions 157
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  5.1 Conclusions 157
  5.2 Recommendations 159
7 6 Summary 160
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8 7 References 160
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9 8 Appendices 174
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