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  ISSN (Online) No: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH REVIEWIN ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (IJRREM) Identification and Analysis of Groundwater Potential Zones inHosur Taluk, Tamilnadu using Remote Sensing and GeographicalInformation System Pooa!P! air # M.Tech. Remote SensingDepartment of Civil EngineeringAdhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur  ! #$%&,Tamilnadu, 'ndia. pooanairp$%&gmail!com 'r!S! Suresh!(a)u * H(D and )rofessor,Department of Civil Engineering,Adhiyamaan College of Engineering,Hosur  ! #$%&, Tamilnadu, 'ndia hod+ciil&adhiyamaan!ac!inA(STRA-T  *or the e+ploration of groundater resources, integration of remote sensing data andthe geographical information system -'S/ has 0ecome a 0rea1through in the field of groundater research hich assists in accessing, monitoring and conserving groundater resources. 'n this pro2ect, various groundater potential 3ones for the assessment of groundater availa0ility at Hosur Talu1 , 4rishnagiri District have 0een delineated usingremote sensing and 'S techni5ues. Survey of 'ndia toposheets , 6'SS '7 imageries are usedto prepare various thematic map layers vi3. lithology, slope, landuse, lineament, drainage,soil, and rainfall ere transformed to raster data using feature to raster converter tool inArc'S. The raster maps of these factors are allocated a fi+ed score and eight computedfrom eightage overlay analysis. Moreover, each eighted thematic layer is statisticallycomputed to get the groundater potential 3ones. The ground ater potential 3ones thuso0tained ere divided in to four categories, vi3., poor, moderate, good, very good, e+cellent3ones. The result depicts the ground ater potential 3ones in the study area and found to 0ehelpful in 0etter planning and management of groundater resources. .eywords/  Remote sensing, 'S, 8eighted overlay, Thematic maps. I!I TR0'1-TI0 roundater is one of the most valua0le natural resources, hich supports human health,economic development and ecological diversity. 9ecause of its several inherent 5ualities ithas 0ecome an immensely important and dependa0le source of ater supplies in all climaticregions including 0oth ur0an and rural areas of developed and developing countries.   roundater potential is measured 0y -a/ recharge rate and mechanism,-0/ a5uifer storageand transmission properties,-c/ suita0ility of the ater from ater 5uality point of vie and International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management (IJRREM)Volume -1,Issue-2,e!-2 1# $age no%&1-##&1  ISSN (Online) No: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH REVIEWIN ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (IJRREM) -d/ the response of the a5uifer to changes such as climate, seasonality, artificial ithdraaland pollution.Monitoring of roundater potential using 'S and remote sensing imagery has receivedincreasingly greater attention in recent years. The use of remotely sensed data along itheographic 'nformation System -'S/ is ell suited, and it can 0e easily com0ined ith thedata generated from conventional and ground measurement systems. They are used toidentify the geology, geomorphology, soil, lineament density, drainage density, rainfall andland use for maps that indicate the occurrence of groundater. The integration of groundater resources evaluation using the remote sensing method. Remote sensing and 'S possess ne possi0ilities for hydro geological studies. Highresolution satellite imageries areidely used in groundater studies due to their high spectral and spatial resolution. Theoverlay analysis 0y 'S techni5ue as used to delineate the groundater potential 3one. II! R23AT2' 40R. Senthil .umar, G!ret al!, 5*6#78  remote sensing and geological data frameor1 -'S/ hasturned into one of the heading devices in the field of groundater e+amination, hich helpsin surveying, chec1ing, and rationing groundater assets. A detailed analysis as led tofigure out the groundater potential 3ones in 6e11ur su0 0ol of Mangalur 9loc1, Cuddaloreregion, Tamil :adu, South 'ndia. The topical maps, for e+ample, geography, geomorphology,soil hydrological gathering, area use; area spread and aste guide ere ready for the studyrange. All the topical maps ere changed over into lattice -raster design/ and superimposed 0y eighted overlay techni5ue -ran1 and eightage insightful topical maps/. *rom theinvestigation the groundater potential 3ones ith 0rilliant, great, great, moderate and poor  prospects. 9urugesan (agyara et al!, 5*6#*8  have carried out groundater study in the Dindiguldistrict of 4odai1anal hill, hich is a mountainous terrain in the 8estern hats of Tamilnadu.round ater potential 3ones have 0een demarcated ith the help of remote sensing andeographical information -'S/ techni5ues. All thematic maps are generated using theresource sat -'RS )! 6'SS '7 M</ data and 'nverse distance eight -'D8/ model is used in'S data to identify the groundater potential of the study area. *or the various geomorphicunits, eight factors ere assigned 0ased on their capa0ility to store groundater. Pra)ir 9ukheree et al!, 5*6#*8  made an attempt to determine the groundater potential3ones ithin an arid region of 4achchh district, u2arat. Thematic layers have 0een generated 0y using ancillary data and digital satellite image. The potential 3ones have 0een o0tained 0yeighted overlay analysis, the ran1ing given for each individual parameter of each thematicmap and eights ere assigned according to their influence. Hsin:;u <ehet al!, 5*66=8  Assessing the groundater recharge potential 3one in Chih)enCree1 0asin in eastern Taian using lithology, land use;land cover, lineaments, drainage andslope. The eights of the factors contri0uting to groundater recharge as derived usingaerial photos, geology maps, a land use data0ase and field verification. The resultant map of  International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management (IJRREM)Volume -1,Issue-2,e!-2 1# $age no%&1-##&2  ISSN (Online) No: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH REVIEWIN ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (IJRREM) the groundater potential area as located toards the donstream region in the 0asin 0ecause of the high infiltration rates caused 0y the gravely sand and agricultural land use inthese regions. Sarkar et al!, 5*6668  A roundater potential map as generated for micro atershed 0yusing thematic maps of drainage, lineament, lithology, slope and land use. They employed amulticriterion approach that alloed linear com0ination of eights of each thematic map -8/ith the individual capa0ility value -C.7/ hich ere converted to capa0ilities values using9aysian statistics. These capa0ilities values -C.7/ ere multiplied ith respective pro0a0ilityeight of each potential map. The groundater occurrence as then classified into si+categories of potentiality, namely e+cellent, very good, good, moderate, poor and very poor. III! 0(>2-TI?2S The o02ectives of this study are =   To prepare thematic maps on surface and su0surface features vi3= eology,eomorphology, Soil, Slope,   Drainage > its density, 6anduse;landcover. Rainfall. To identify groundater potential 3ones 0y using 8eighted (verlay Analysis 0ygiving eightage for each theme 0ased To integrate all thematic maps using 'S and demarcating groundater potential3ones of the study area. I?! ST1'< AR2A The study area, Hosur talu1, is one among the seven talu1 of 4rishnagiri district of Tamilnadu state. 't geographically lies 0eteen $?.@%&B: latitude and @@.?# B Elongitude. Study area covers an area of &&@.?#& s5 1m. Hosur e+periences a tropical savannaclimate -4ppen climate classification/ ith distinct et and dry seasons. Due to its highelevation, Hosur usually en2oys salu0rious and moderate climate throughout the year, ithoccasional heat aves.   eologically the area consist of Chamoc1ite neiss, ranitoid andneiss and Metavolcanic Sediments. The landform of the area includes denudationallandforms, pediments, insel0ergs and plateaus etc. International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management (IJRREM)Volume -1,Issue-2,e!-2 1# $age no%&1-##&'  ISSN (Online) No: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH REVIEWIN ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (IJRREM) *ig $ = Map Shoing Study Area ?! 9AT2RIA3S A ' 92TH0'S 6'SS '7 satellite images of #. m resolution -?%$!/, ASTER DEM of %m resolution -?%$$/ products and Survey of 'ndia topographical geological map of $= #%,%%% ere utili3ed in thestudy. The pac1ages have 0een used to perform the data processing and analyses are ERDAS?%$ , Arc'S $%.?, 'S ?%$ and MS office for data processing. All the satellite images; products ere geocorrected FTM pro2ection and 8S  datum !  Methodology, Toposheet,Satellite image and DEM data shon 0elo. *ig ? = *lo chart shoing methodology of this study International Journal of Research Review in Engineering and Management (IJRREM)Volume -1,Issue-2,e!-2 1# $age no%&1-##&
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