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Hydrogeologic investigations in eastern drainage basin, Potwar plateau, Punjab province

M. Ismail

Hydrogeologic investigations in eastern drainage basin, Potwar plateau, Punjab province

by M. Ismail

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Published by Hydrogeology Directorate, WAPDA in Lahore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementM. Ismail.
SeriesG.W.I. report ;, no. 4
ContributionsPakistan. Water and Power Development Authority.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 93/58071
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1383041M
LC Control Number92931553

Please read our short guide how to send a book to Kindle. Save for later. You may be interested in Powered by Rec2Me. Most frequently terms. indus harappan civilization clio com abc daro harappa settlements region mohenjo ancient indus civilization Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

Drainage: Flow of water through well-defined channels. Network of such channels is called a drainage system. Drainage basin: An area drained by a river and its tributaries. Watershed: Boundary line separating one drainage basin from other. River basins are larger watersheds. Drainage pattern of an area depends on the geological time period, nature and. Middle level plateau basically dominates in this basin. In the middle part towards eastern Radhanagri tahsil denudational plateau on Deccan trap dominates (Geological Survey of India, ). Size and Shape: For proper watershed management, the parameters like shape and size are very crucial. The size of the drainage basin is.

Rising water tables and the salinization of land as the result of canal irrigation threaten the agricultural economy of the Punjab. Since the Water and Soils Investigation Division of the West Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority has inventoried the water and soils resources of the Punjab and investigated the relations between irrigation activities, the natural hydrologic. major rivers Ghaggar and Yamuna. It was carved out of the former state of Punjab on 1 November on the basis of language distribution. The name Haryana is found in the works of the 12th century AD Apabhramsha writer Vibudh Shridhar (VS –). It is bordered by Punjab and Pradesh to the north and by Rajasthan to the west and south. The.


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Hydrogeologic investigations in eastern drainage basin, Potwar plateau, Punjab province by M. Ismail Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Pindori Oilfield is located in the southeast of Potwar basin, about 67 km southwest of Rawalpindi in the Punjab Province. Pindori structure is 18 km west of Bhangali field and about 16 km northwest of Turkwal field. These three villages are Bains, Bahiya and Pindori. That’s why the field is called as Pindori Oil Field.[4]   Medium river basins – with catchment area between 2, sq.

km incorporating 44 river basins such as the Kalindi, the Periyar, Punjab province book Meghna, etc. Minor river basins – with catchment area of less than 2, sq. Km, these include 55 river basins. On the basis of the mode of origin, nature and characteristics: The Himalayan drainage, and.

Chapter Drainage system of India Physical Environment book - DRAINAGE SYSTEM You have observed water flowing through the rivers, nalas and even channels during rainy season which drain the excess water.

Had these channels not been there, large-scale flooding would have occurred. Wherever channels are ill-defined or choked, flooding is a common phenomenon. Structural interpretation of seismic reflection data from eastern Salt Range and Potwar Plateau, Pakistan Article (PDF Available) in AAPG Bulletin 73(7) January with Reads.

KOHAT POTWAR (UPPER INDUS) BASIN AGE GROUP FORMATION LITHOLOGICAL SYMBOLS TYPE LOCALITY LITHOLOGY FOSSILS t. leis. oup Soan Formation Mujahid Village, District Attock The formation consist essentially of compact, massive conglomerate with subordinate interbeds of varicoloured sandstone, siltstone and/or clay.

Lithostratigraphic units of the Kohat-Potwar Province, Indus Basin, Pakistan deformed molasse basin of the southern Potwar of the diversity among these mountain belts can be.

The word Punjab is made of two words Punj (Five) + Aab (Water) i.e. land of five is named so because of the five rivers flowing through this land and these five rivers of Punjab are Sutlej, Beas, Ravi, Chenab and ically, Punjab was the name of the region containing today’s states of Punjab (Pakistan), Punjab (India), Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi.

Natural Topography And Drainage - Pakistan - authorSTREAM Presentation. Drainage of Northern and North Western Mountains: Drainage of Northern and North Western Mountains Fast flowing rivers Rapids/ water falls Khunjrab River - flows south along the Karakoram Highway from the Khunjrab Valley and is known as the Nagar River, Hunza River south of Sust.

f) The Eocene beds of Cauvery Basin and Be ngal Basin. Oligocene and lower Miocene systems are exposed in the Cauvery Basin, Kutch and Rajasthan, Sind and Baluchistan, Potwar Plateau. (iii) the stretch of the Brahmaputra in Assam and its Himalayan tributaries in the eastern part.

The dismemberment was probably due to the Pleistocene upheaval in the western Himalayas, including the uplift of the Potwar Plateau (Delhi Ridge), which acted as the water divide between the Indus and Ganga drainage systems.

Biswas S K A review on the evolution of rift basins in India during Gondwana with special reference to western Indian basins and their hydrocarbon prospects. | 4. Burns, S.J. and Matter, A. called a drainage basin. The boundary line separating one drainage basin from the other is tributaries in the eastern part.

The dismemberment was probably due to the Pleistocene upheaval in the western Himalayan, including the uplift of the Potwar Plateau (Delhi Ridge), which acted as the water divide between the Indus and Ganga drainage.

Lithostratigraphic units of the Kohat-Potwar Province, Indus Basin, Pakistan. at the earth's surface in this drainage basin. The minimum age in the spectra from seven of the nine horizons. Contribution of Water by Various Rivers River % Contribution of water Brahmaputra ~ 40 Ganga ~ 25 Godavari ~ Mahanadi ~ Krishna ~ Narmada ~ Rest ~ 20 Classification of Drainage Systems of India Drainage Systems Based on the Size of the Catchment Area Division Size of catchment area in sq km Major ri Medium ri – 2, Minor river 2, and below Drainage.

Kohat - Potwar Basin of Pakistan. In rather stark contrast, exploration for hydrocarbons in Pakistan has resulted in more than 50 oil and gas fields being brought into production in the Kohat-Potwar Province of the NW Himalaya and in the Sulaiman-Kirthar fold-and-thrust belt (Kadri, ; Ahmad et al., ).

Some of the earliest notices and accounts of local geology are by Barnes () on th~ Salt mines in the Punjab, Fleming () on the Salt Range and its mineral deposits, Carter () on the hills and soils between Hyderabad and the mouth of the Indus, Carter () oil geology of Sind and Balochistan, Mereweather () on an earthquake in.

The area is covered in Toposheet no 43D/14 of the survey of location of the salt range is such that the potwar plateau lies in its north,Punjab plain is In south,while in the east and is bounded by Jhelum and Indus rivers,respectively.

the Kohat- Potwar Province, Indus Basin, Pakistan, Geol. Surv. Pak., Memoir bifurcation ratio of the basin is that is an indicator of flash flooding during the heavy rain and storm.

The DEM reveal that the lowest basin elevation is of 48 metre in the plains and highest of 1, mt in the plateau region. The ruggedness number of indicates steep slope of the basin. The Geography of Pakistan (Urdu: جغرافیۂ پاکِستان ‎) is a profound blend of landscapes varying from plains to deserts, forests, and plateaus ranging from the coastal areas of the Arabian Sea in the south to the mountains of the Karakoram, Hindukush, Himalayas ranges in the north.

Pakistan geologically overlaps both with the Indian and the Eurasian tectonic plates where its. The first three river systems together cover a drainage basin of about million sq km, although only 7% of this vast basin lies within Bangladesh.

The combined annual discharge passing through the system into the Bay of Bengal reaches up to 1, billion cu m. Most of the rivers are characterised by fine sandy bottoms, flat slopes. The Indian Drainage System is divided into 3 categories: (1) Major River Basin with catchment area up to sq.

km. and above, accounts for 83% of the total run off and are 13 in number in India.While the eastern region drains directly into the Yamuna, the western region does the same through the Najafgarh drain. On the basis of topographical characteristics, the National Capital Territory of Delhi has been divided into five major drainage basins viz.

Najafgarh basin, Alipur basin, Shahadra basin, Kushak-Barrapullah basin and Mehrauli. Legends One of the great rivers of Asia, the Brahmaputra commences its 3,km journey to the Bay of Bengal from the slopes of Kailash in western Tibet.

As Tibet's great river, the Tsangpo, transverses east across the high-altitude Tibetan plateau north of the Great Himalayan Range, carving out myriad channels and sandbanks on its way.