Scientific Studies By  Various Organisations

Major Refrences

  • Paleochannel of North West India Review and Assessment, Report of  Expert Committee to Review Available Information on Palaeochannels, Ministry of Water Resource
Palaeochannels are commonly occurring landforms in alluvial landscapes, and have an economic significance because of their use in the exploration for freshwater resources, artificial recharge and storage of ground water; additionally, they are of importance in the location and assessment of mineral deposits such as uraniferous ores, gold, silver and other placer deposits hosted in them. The scale on which these features form is highly variable, from small meander cut-offs to entire channels/channel belts extending over tens to hundreds of kilometres. Almost inevitably,……Read More
  • Scientific References
Establishing the exact course of the mighty river Sarasvati, causes of its disappearance, sentimental attachment of the people in the area, archaeological, geological, hydrological and mineralogical importance of the sacred river has led to the involvement of various agencies in the research work….. Read More
  • Brief Report on the workshop “Saraswati Paleochannels” 29, 30 August, 2017
Two days’ workshop on `Utilisation of Sarasvati Palaeochannel Maps for Ground Water Exploration’, has been organized jointly by Regional Remote Sensing Centre (RRSC-W), NRSC/ISRO, Dept. of Space, Jodhpur and Haryana Sarasvati Heritage Development Board (HSHDB), Govt. of Haryana during 29-30 August, 2017 at Jodhpur Rajasthan…… Read More