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Environmental impact assessment of Sardar Sarovar Project on Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary.

Environmental impact assessment of Sardar Sarovar Project on Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary.

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Published by Gujarat Ecological Education and Research (GEER) Foundation in Gandhinagar .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental impact analysis -- India -- Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary,
  • Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary (India) -- Environmental conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNalsarovar Bird Sanctuary
    ContributionsGujarat Ecological Education and Research Foundation., Narmada Planning Group.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL676.57.I4 E58 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination138 p., [4] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23140887M
    LC Control Number2005386924

    The Sardar Sarovar Dam Project: An Overview Philippe Cullet The Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP) is part of a gigantic scheme seeking to build more than 3, dams, including 30 big dams, on the river Narmada, a 1, km river flowing westwards from Amarkantak in Madhya Pradesh, touching Maharashtra and ending its course in Gujarat. The Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary in Ahmedabad is one of those venues that holds the power to enchant and mesmerize you by virtue of its mind-boggling assemblage of migratory birds.

    Abstract. The Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP) involves the construction of a dam across the Narmada River in Gujarat State. The dam is designed to provide irrigation for million hectares of land, and drinking water for 4, villages and towns in : S. Parasuraman.   Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary: Nal Sarovar / Pisawada - See 22 traveler reviews, 56 candid photos, and great deals for Ahmedabad, India, at Tripadvisor.4/5(22).

    A much-needed post-facto evaluation of one of the most controversial projects in recent history—the Sardar Sarovar Project. Built across the Narmada River, the Sardar Sarovar Project has faced a multitude of economic, financial, social, and environmental challenges since its inception. Sardar Sarovar Project Scope, Execution and Issues Introduction In the light of the observations of the Supreme Court in its order dated 17th April , the Prime Minister constituted the Sardar Sarovar Project Relief & Rehabilitation Oversight Group (OSG) under the Chairmanship of Sri u.


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Environmental impact assessment of Sardar Sarovar Project on Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Sardar Sarovar Dam is a gravity dam on the Narmada river near Navagam, Gujarat in Indian states, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan, receive water and electricity supplied from the dam. The foundation stone of the project was laid out by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on 5 April Country: India.

GEER, Environmental Impact Assessment of Sardar Sarovar Project on Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary. Final Tec hnical Report submitted to Nar mada.

Environmental Protection. Sardar Sarovar project is the first major river valley project which is subjected to exacting environmental conditions imposed by the Government of India at the time of according clearance to this project. This is also one of the first projects where environmental impact assessment has been undertaken through.

Environmental impacts of Sardar Sarovar dam project 1) Submergence causing loss of forest and agricultural land: In order to minimize the adverse effects of submergence it becomes necessary • To compensate and mitigate the losses due to deforestation.

• To reduce the dam height up to a minimum possible value. Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary, consisting primarily of a square-kilometre ( sq mi) lake and ambient marshes, is situated about 64 km to the west of Ahmedabad near Sanand Village, in the Gujarat state of inhabited by migratory birds in winter and spring, it is the largest wetland bird sanctuary in Gujarat, and one of the largest in ated: 24 September (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary A much-needed post-facto evaluation of one of the most controversial projects in recent history-the Sardar Sarovar Project Built across the Narmada River, the Sardar Sarovar Project has faced a multitude of economic, financial, social, and environmental challenges since its inception.

The Narmada Valley Project (NVP) is made up of plans for 30 major, medium and 3, minor dams in India. In Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP) in the state of Gujarat and the Narmada Sagar Project (NSP) in the state of Madhya Pradesh are, at present, the NVP's major constituents.

Estimates show that the cost of the whole project would be around US $19 billion over the next 25 years. Sardar Sarovar: report of the Independent Review Independent Review of the Sardar Sarovar Projects, Bradford Morse, Thomas R.

Berger, Resource Futures International Published for the Independent Review by Resource Futures International, - Dams Social aspects India Gujarat (State) - pages.

Built across the Narmada River, the Sardar Sarovar Project has faced a multitude of economic, financial, social, and environmental challenges since its inception. the Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP) from to During this period, the TISS developed baseline data on social, demographic, economic, cultural and environmental aspects of individuals, families and communities in 33 villages in Akkalkuwa and Akrani tehsils ofFile Size: 1MB.

The Sardar Sarovar Project will provide irrigation facilities to lac ha. of land, covering villages of 73 talukas in 15 districts of Gujarat. It will also irrigate 2,46, ha. of land in the strategic desert districts of Barmer and Jallore in Rajasthan ha.

This place is just meant for charge ( entry for 2 people + camera) again you pay for boat ride which again is a trick. which you pay officially/ to the government is just till the island untill where you will not find any bird apart from sea /5(). NALSAROVAR BIRD SANCTUARYAbout 60kms from Ahmedabad, Nal Sarovar is one of the largest bird sanctuaries in India.

The wetlands of Nal Sarovar attract a wide variety of birds like- flamingos, ibis, cranes and pelicans etc. In winters many migratory birds gather here in large numbers from Siberia. The Sardar Sarovar Dam, constructed on the sacred Narmada River, aims to secure power, as well as irrigation and drinking water, for the drought-prone region.

However, the project has also had significant environmental impacts and has displaced large proportions of the population, especially poor farmers and ethnic and Adivasis, the aboriginal population of India.

Indeed, this situation. a project. Yet there was no proper appraisal made of the Sardar Sarovar Projects; no adequate appraisals of resettlement and rehabilitation, or of environmental impact, were made prior to approval. The Projects proceeded on the basis of an extremely limited understanding of both human and environmental impact, with inadequate.

Before the Ministry of the Environment even cleared the Narmada Valley Development Projects inthe World Bank sanctioned a loan for $ million for the largest dam, the Sardar Sarovar, in In actuality, construction on the Sardar Sarovar dam site had continued sporadically sincebut began in earnest in The two multi-purpose projects i.e.

Narmada Sagar Project, Madhya Pradesh and Sardar Sarovar Project, Gujarat are proposed to be taken up with World Bank assistance. Detailed investigations on NSP were recommended in by a special committee chaired by Dr. A.N. Khosla and investigations have been going on since then in the Narmada Size: 49KB.

Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary is the largest wetland bird sanctuary in Gujarat and one of the largest in India. Sanctuary is home to more than species of migratory birds and resistant birds. Some of them are white storks, sarus crane, brahminy ducks, harriers. ducks, painted stork, white necked stork, flamingoes, rosy pelicans, herons, ibises.

Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary, Ahmedabad, India. K likes. Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary is one of the foremost Indian sanctuaries. It is ranked internationally for its developed wildlife that comprises 4/5().

Nal Sarovar bird sanctuary is a vast area comprising of sq.-km Lake, a tranquil marshland with shallow waters ( ft.). It is basically a natural lake. It is situated approximately 64 kilometers to the west of Ahmedabad near Sanand Village, in the Gujarat State.

A vast natural lake, marshy lands, muddy lagoons and islets together form The Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary, the largest wetland bird sanctuary in Gujarat and also one of the largest in India.

Following are the social,economic and environmental impacts of dam: * The fields which were previously not water logged are now having having abundant supply of water because which rice,jowar and bajra are growing at a faster rate than it used.The Sardar Sarovar Dam is a project where they have benefited the urban areas even more, and completely displaced the rural and poor people living in that region.

Location of the Dam The dam site is located between the three states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Madhya Pradesh, and is kilometers from the Arabian Sea.