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Title
Application of remote sensing and GIS for sustainable development

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Table 1.
SI. No.
Year
Surface water
Million M 3
Ground water
Million M 3
Total available water
Million M 3
1
1983-84
235.00
18.50
253.50
2
1984-85
57.48
4.98
62.46
3
1985-86
62.21
6.21
68.42
4
1986-87
113.68
4.66
115.34
5
1987-88
237.49
19.81
257.30
6
1988-89
31.62
2.0
33.62
7
1989-90
238.24
14.77
253.51
8
1990-91
101.30
13.10
114.40
9
1991-92
138.15
4.57
142.72
10
1992-93
147.34
24.87
172.21
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
This work forms a part of the joint research project
of NRSA and 1RS. The author expresses his sincere
gratitude of Dr. D.P. Rao, Director, NRSA, Prof. B.L.
Deekshatulu, Director, CSSTE-AP and Shri K.
Radhakrishnan, Mission Director, IMSD for their
constant encouragement during the course of the study.
The author wishes to express his thanks to Mr. V.
Ramalingam, Scientist, 1RS for computing the
mathematical model and to Dr. T. Natarajan, Director,
1RS for the encouragement and support during the work.
He also wishes to express his thanks to his colleagues
Shri G. Hanumantha Rao and Dr. S.V.C. Kameswara
Rao for their help and support during the work. The
secretarial help rendered by Mr. Narayana Rao and Mr.
Narayana Murthy is gratefully acknowledged.
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