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JCR. 2020; 7(18): 697-709

GIscience for Groundwater Prospect Zonation

Shruti Kanga, Abidur Jaman Sheikh, Udit Godara, Sudhanshu, Suraj Kumar Singh.

The integration of remote sensing data and the geographic information system (GIS) for groundwater resource exploration has become a breakthrough in groundwater research, which helps in assessing, monitoring, and conserving groundwater resources. Planning and management of groundwater development using modern Geospatial techniques are essential for the proper management and utilization of this precious resource. The thematics layers such as geology, geomorphology, slope, soil, land use/land cover, drainage density, geomorphic units, and lineament mapping, were demarcated and Weighted Overlay Analysis operation in GIS environment was performed. Suitable ranks were allocated for each category based on their water categorization and finally, the groundwater potential zonation of the Shekhawati River Basin has been classified into 3 categories, Poor (1.66%), Moderate (78.71%), and Good (19.62%). Good groundwater potential zone is located on the north-west, south-west, and southern portion of the study area.

Key words: Geospatial Technology, Weighted Overlay Analysis, GIS, Groundwater Potential Zone, Satellite images.

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