Authors: Singh, O.P., Dhruva Narayana, V.V. And A.K. Tiwari
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Description: Alkali soils are spread in an area of about 2.5 million hectares of the Indo-Gangetic Alluvial Plains of India (Abrol and Bhumbla 1977). Work at the Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Karnal, has shown that these soils can be reclaimed through land levelling, application of gypsum, rice cultivation in the rainy season, and storage of rainwater in the catchment (Abrol et al. 1973 Narayana 1979). Observations of runoff and water balance analysis in the alkali soil watersheds under reclamation have indicated significant reduction in the values of runoff peaks and volumes and corresponding increase in the groundwater recharge in the study area (Narayana 1977). This paper presents the procedures of analysis and the evaluation of these responses.

Keywords: analysis of the hydrologic changes taking place in alkali soil watersheds during reclamation
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Citation: Singh, O.P., Dhruva Narayana, V.V. and A.K. Tiwari 1979. ANALYSIS OF THE HYDROLOGIC CHANGES TAKING PLACE IN ALKALI SOIL WATERSHEDS DURING RECLAMATION. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 21(2):147-150.
Volume: 21
Issue: 2
Pages 147 - 150
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Date: 1979
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