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Doab

(dō`ăb), term applied in India to a tract of land between two converging rivers. The Doab, unqualified by the names of any rivers, designates the tract in Uttar Pradesh state between the Ganges and Yamuna rivers, extending from the Shiwalik Range to the rivers' confluence at Allahabad. This well-irrigated region is the greatest wheat growing area of the state.
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Keywords: Rechna Doab, zone budget, groundwater modeling, water balance and steady state simulations
It was edge of the seat stuff, but they pulled away over the last 50m MICHAEL DOAB ON HIS NEPHEW'S SUCCESS
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Costello and Doab repeatedly crunched the numbers with David McAfee until there was no question in his mind.
The primary goal of the DOAB is to increase discoverability of open access books.
To better understand these issues, a team of researchers working from the International Water Management Institute's Pakistan office evaluated reasons for RCT adoption, farmer response to RCT use, and the resulting water use impacts in the Rechna Doab (a doab is the area between two rivers, in this case the Ravi and Chenab tributaries of the Indus), at the center of the rice-wheat zone in Pakistan's Indus Basin (figure 2).
The data used in this study was collected from 544 farms located in the Rechna Doab.
Taking his material from the records of seven districts of the Ganges-Jumna Doab, he provides a study of the ecological consequences of the extension of cash-crop cultivation, which was forced upon the peasants in the first half of the 19th century, causing environmental changes severely affecting the inhabitants of the area.
Tenders are invited for Improvement To Drainage Channels And Construction Of Guard Wall With Stone Packing In Sabanga Gp Under Simulia Constituency Of Balasore District In Kansabansa-Mantei Doab No-Xi.
Some hydrologists think that there could be a 10-20 metres decline in the groundwater tables in the upper and the lower regions of the Rachna Doab in north-east Pakistan by 2025.
As per the canal closure plan, Punjab's lower Jhelum, Rasul Qadirabad Link, Upper Chenab canal will remain closed from December 26 to January 12, Qadirabad Baloki Link, Jhang Branch, Central Bari Doab canals from December 27 to January 13 and Lower Bari Doab, Baloki, Sulemanki Link from December 29 to January 15.
Under the canal closure programme, Punjab's lower Jhelum, Rasul Qadirabad Link, Upper Chenab canal will remain closed from December 26 to January 12, while Qadirabad Baloki Link, Jhang Branch, central Bari Doab canals from December 27 to January 13 and Lower Bari Doab, Baloki, Sulemanki Link from December 29 to January 15.