Managing watershed externalities in India, April 20, 2006

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Statement[report prepared by John Kerr ... [et al.]]
SeriesDiscussion paper series -- report no. 1
ContributionsKerr, J. M., World Bank. South Asia Regional Office. Agriculture and Rural Development Sector Unit., World Bank.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 74 p. ;
Number of Pages74
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Open LibraryOL16332076M
LC Control Number2007394186

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India has been promoting integrated watershed management in drought-prone areas to address these constraints. Watershed communities are being assisted to invest in groundwater re-charging facilities.

A J James has over 20 years of research and work experience in a wide-range of rural development issues in India, including water resource management, watershed development, water and sanitation, water pollution, adaptation to climate change, natural resource management, agricultural development, forestry, and poverty : $ The concept and history of watershed management in India started way back in with the Famine Commission, and then with the Royal Commission of Agriculture in Both Commissions laid the.

Highlights Rainwater harvesting to recharge groundwater is 2006 book important supply side groundwater management tool in India. There is limited field evidence of RWH hydrological impacts at local and watershed scales; existing field studies use limited methodological approaches.

New remote sensing methods and modelling can assist with better assessment and policy, provided data is Cited by:   Calder I, Gosain A, Rao MSRM, Batchelor C, Garratt J, Bishop E () Watershed development in India.

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Kerr, John,Managing Watershed Externalities In India: Theory And Practice, Environment, Development and Sustainability. Paper presented at the National Workshop on Watershed Approaches for Managing Degraded Land in India: Challenges for the 21st Century.

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Watershed management projects are generally anticipated to provide local on-site benefits at the micro-watershed level and to offer positive externalities in the form of valuable environmental services downstream as well as to provide a way to correct downstream negative externalities within the larger watershed.

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The area is threatened with erosion and loss of agricultural productivity. Watershed development (WSD) projects—planned for over million ha in semi-arid areas of India—should enhance soil and water conservation, agricultural productivity and local livelihood, and contribute to better nutrition and health.

Yet, little is known about the health impacts of WSD projects, especially on nutrition, vector breeding, water quality and the distribution of impacts.

Watershed protection and development have gained tremendous importance and relevance in India over the past few years. This has been due to the increasing realization of the alarming state of India’s natural resources — land, water and forest, which have witnessed rapid degradation as a result of the immense pressures that have been put on them by the country’s growing human and.

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