Research Paper | Environmental Science Studies | India | Volume 6 Issue 2, February 2017
Biodiversity and Ecological Significance and Remedial Assessment of Sulwade Barrage, Irrigation Project, Dist. Dhule (M.S.), India
R. B. Borse
The project area is significantly developing reason and more productive due to Geographical feature, social aspect, environmental and climatic changes, different ecosystem in forest and largest irrigated area in Dhule District. The main aim of having EIA studies carried out is to understand and prioritize the impact of development activity on the natural life support systems and processes with main emphasis on the continuation of ecosystem processes and functions, so that adequate remedial/mitigating measures are taken right from the design stage. The great riverNarmada merely passes through the northern boundaries of the district and showering water on about 2, 000 acres. Due to low rainfall and higher temperature forest type of the area is sub tropical thorny. The flora and fauna was very vibrant in rainy and winter season only while many of animals like birds, mammals, butterflies, reptiles. When ecosystem changes occur, a new pattern of biological activity and equilibrium is likely to emerge. The ecological change was happened at Tapiriver and in its tributaries, so this happens, a new and dynamic habitat formed as Cirrhinamrigala (Mrigal), Labeorohita (Roh. ) and Catlacatla (Katla). The most of project are falls into desert of semi-arid climate that receives no more than a food of rainfall all year long, therefore migration is regular seasonal movement, often study area, undertaken by many species birds.
Keywords: Remedial, Surwade, environment, dynamic habitat
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 2, February 2017
Pages: 1711 - 1717
How to Cite this Article?
R. B. Borse, "Biodiversity and Ecological Significance and Remedial Assessment of Sulwade Barrage, Irrigation Project, Dist. Dhule (M.S.), India", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART2017635, Volume 6 Issue 2, February 2017, 1711 - 1717
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