Groundwater resilience Nepal: Preliminary findings from a case study in the Middle Hill

Posted On: 2016-02-10

This report is a part of the Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) project implemented by the Government of Nepal (GoN), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP The report is output of a part of larger program on Groundwater resilience to climate change and abstraction in the Indo-Gangetic basin Groundwater resilience to climate change. Abstraction in the Indo-Gangetic basin is a two-year research project strengthening the evidence-base linking groundwater resources, climate variability and abstraction in the Indo-Gangetic basin. The project team involves researchers from the British Geological Survey, ISET-Nepal, IIT Kharagpur, ISET International, Meta-Meta, National Institute of Hydrology (Roorkee), Overseas Development Institute, University College London, University of Dhaka and Bangladesh Water Develoopment Board. 

The Nepal case study report characterized hydrogeology of the catchments, assess water supplies and water usage and evaluate how resilient groundwater may be to change, two contrasting sub-catchments within the Kali Gandaki River Basin at an elevation of 2000 – 3000 m and Madanpokhara VDC below 1000 m.  

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