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A Geographical Analysis of the Watershed


His academic interests embrace various aspects of population, Agriculture and Biogeoraphy as well as environmental studies. He is a recognized Ph.D. Supervisor of Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati. He has published numerous research papers and articles in journals and newspapers. He has been awarded “Paryavarn Puraskar”, by Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, “Vasundhara Mitra Puraskar”, by Kirloskar Vasundhara Mitra Puraskar, Maharashtra and “Sarpa Sawardhan Puraskar”, by Maharashtra Sarpmitra Sanghatana, Maharashtra. He is currently nominated by Govt. of Maharashtra as” Honorary Wildlife Warden”, of Amravati Dist.
He is a life member of “Maharashtra Bhugol Shastra Parishad, Pune, Deccan Geographers Society, Pune. He is life member of Indian Science Congress as well as Executive Member of Amravati Chapter and life member of Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Amravati. He is Founder President of two NGOs “Center for Animal Rescue and Study”, and “People for Animals” Amravati. He is passionate sports person, participated in National and Inter University Softball, Baseball and Fencing competition. He loves adventure activities for Wildlife conservation and every year organised several awareness camp for wildlife conservation and environment education’s.

  1. Introduction : 1.1 Introduction, 1.2 Objectives of the Study, 1.3 Methodology, 1.4 Contribution of Schoolers, 1.5 Significance of the Study, 1.6 Integrated Watershed Development, 1.7 Watershed Development – A Community Movement, 1.8 Watershed Movement, 1.9 Institutional Arrangements for Water Resources.
  2. Regional Identity : 2.1 Location, 2.2 Site and Situation, 2.3 Geology and Relief, 2.4 Physiographic Division, 2.5 Rainfall Regimes, 2.6 Soil, 2.7 Natural Vegetation.
  3. Morphological Analysis : 3.1 Introduction, 3.2 Linear Aspects of the Watershed, 3.3 Areal Aspects of the Watershed, 3.4 Relief Aspects of Watershed.
  4. Spatial Distribution of Setlements : 4.1 Introduction, 4.2 Settlement System, 4.3 The Pedhi Watershed – Location of Settlements, 4.4 The Size of Settlements, 4.5 Spatial Distribution of Settlement, 4.6 Spacing of Settlements, 4.7 Nearest Neighbour Analysis, 4.8 Chi-Square Distribution Test of Settlements, 4.9 Morphometric Attributes and Settlement Distribution, 4.10 Deserted Villages – Caste Theory.
  5. Spatial Demographic Matrix : 5.1 Introduction, 5.2 Growth of Population, 5.3 Density of Population, 5.4 Population Structure, 5.5 Male – Female Difference, 5.6 The Pedhi Watershed – Age Structure, 5.7 Social Composition, 5.8 The Pedhi Watershed – Caste Composition, 5.9 Economic Characteristice, 5.10 Morphometric Attributes and Population Distribution, 5.11 Projected Population.
  6. Land Use : 6.1 Introduction, 6.2 Land Use, 6.3 Net Sown Area and Population Distribution, 6.4 Morphometric Attributes & Land Use, 6.5 Cropping Pattern, 6.6 Change in Agriculture.
  7. Infratructure : 7.1 Introduction, 7.2 Infrastructure as an Element of Development, 7.3 Transportation Network, 7.4 Accessibility, 7.5 Institutional Infrastructure, 7.6 Morphometric Attributes and Transportation Network, 7.7 Chemical Zone (Survey).


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