Mid-term report of the study ‘Remote Sensing Based Water Productivity Assessment in Karnataka’

The mid-term report of the study `Remote Sensing Based Water Productivity Assessment in Karnataka’ is out and we will be sharing the key findings on Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 2.30 PM (IST)

Click on the link to get a meeting invite and know about the findings first hand: (EVENT CLOSED)

About the study:

Advanced Centre for Integrated Water Resources Management (ACIWRM) and the Water Resources Department, Government of Karnataka in collaboration with UNESCO-IHE, Delft, The Netherlands, applied remote sensing based Water Productivity assessment to Narayanpur Left Bank Canal system’s command area in Karnataka. The study was led by Dr. Poolad Karimi and Dr. Sajid Pareeth from UNESCO-IHE and was supported by Asian Development Bank.