EVALUATING GROUND WATER FLUCTUATION IN DISTRICT HISAR, HARYANA: A TEMPORAL ANALYSIS (1974-2018)

Authors

  • Krishna Devi, Prof. Mehtab Singh

Abstract

There has been significant fluctuation in Ground Water in Haryana. It is because of seasonal rainfall, recharges agronomic practices during the every year. The present study examines the fluctuation of groundwater of Hisar district of Haryana. On the basis of secondary data, collected from groundwater cell, provide a true picture of the groundwater; which is recharged after the rainfall. The findings of the study show that there has been significant fluctuation of ground water, during the period 1974-2018. The study also establishes the cause-effect relationship of ground water fluctuation during different successive periods. The study also touches various problematic areas which directly or indirectly affect the seasonal fluctuation of water table during different successive periods. It also shows a minor and major fluctuation of water table which has given rise to considerable regional disparity in the different parts of the state, undertaken for the study.

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Published

2021-03-05

How to Cite

Krishna Devi, Prof. Mehtab Singh. (2021). EVALUATING GROUND WATER FLUCTUATION IN DISTRICT HISAR, HARYANA: A TEMPORAL ANALYSIS (1974-2018). PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(4), 6985-6994. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/7368