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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee Ganga River Basin Environment Management Plan Saturday, August 6, 2011 PBCEC, IIT Kanpur by Third Workshop SWaRAIT BHUBESUJNUDUPU ISI KolkataWWF-India NEERI CFRI
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Our Belief The qualities of the Ganga water are: Coolness, sweetness, transparency, high tonic property, wholesomeness, potability, ability to remove evils, ability to resuscitate from swoon caused by dehydration, digestive property and ability to retain wisdom
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Challenge Growing population, urbanization, industrialization and agriculture Continuously flow ( ) Un-polluted Flow ( ) Protecting the river system Longitudinal, lateral and vertical connectivity Adequate space for various river functions Ecological entity Adequate provision for soil, water and energy
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs GRBMP by Consortia of 7 IITs Objectives and Organizational structure
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Can not afford to Experiment with River Like Ganga! Precautionary Principles must apply wherever knowledge gaps and uncertainties exist Apply modern science and new technologies but with traditional wisdom Gyan Dhara + Jana Gyan Supportive Capacity and Assimilative Capacity Our Philosophy
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs The Mantra: Defecation Ablutions Discharge of wastewater Throwing of used floral offerings Rubbing of filth Body shampooing Frolicking Acceptance of donations Obscenity Offering of inappropriate praises or even hymns in a incorrect way Discarding of garments Beating and Swimming across, in particular Thirteen actions are prohibited on approaching the scared waters of the Ganga, namely:
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Working: Parts to Whole Parts ! Priority: Immediate Attention; Availability of Resources; Time Required Our Strategy Thought Process: Whole to Parts
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  • GRBMP * Main Document GRBMP * Main Document Goals & Objectives Objectives GEN WRM FGM ENB SEC PLG GDM COM PIC EFL MIS Literature (SOA) Literature (SOA) Methodology (MTH) Methodology (MTH) Data (DAT) Data (DAT) Analysis (ANL) Analysis (ANL) Suggestions & Recommendations (S&R) Suggestions & Recommendations (S&R) 01 02 03 04 - - nn - - - - Ver (MMM YYYY) Ver (MMM YYYY) WorkPackagesWorkPackages Areas Sewage Treatment EQP GRBMP : Recommendations and Guidelines Nirmal Dhara Nirmal Dhara Aviral Dhara Aviral Dhara Ecological Restoration River Course Development River Course Development Water Resource Development Water Resource Development Flood prevention Sustainable Agriculture Navigation & Recreation FinancialLayoutFinancialLayout StrategyStrategy Implementation Schedule Monitoring Mechanisms 004_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_02_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Concept MapReport Indexing
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  • Ecosystems in Ganga Basin Structural Components Abiotic Biotic Functional Components Transport of Elements Features of biochemical Cycling Interactions Energitics Production Consumption Fluxex of C, N, P, S Mass balance Subsystems Fresh water Estuarine Wetlands Terrestrial Flowing Storages/Pondages Main Stem Gangotri To Farakka Artificial Natural Tributaries Farakka to Gangasagar Hoogly - Matlah Permanent Transient Diara Lands Riparian Cultivated Forests Grasslands / Scrublands Chemical Characteristics Chemical Characteristics Flow Sediment Load Sediment Load Habitat Nutrients Salanity Decomposables Recalcitrant Dissolve Gases Toxicants MetalsPesticides Producers Consumers Decomposers Phytobenthos Phytoplankton Macrophytes Zooplankton Macroinvertibates Vertibrates Zoobanthos Fish Higher Vertibrates Bacterial Fungus Culturable Non Culturable Aquatic Extra Aquatic
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  • Ecosystems in Ganga Basin Functional Components Transport of Elements Features of biochemical Cycling Interactions Energitics Production Consumption Fluxex of C, N, P, S Mass balance Wetlands Terrestrial Storages/Pondages Artificial Natural Permanent Transient Diara Lands Riparian Cultivated Forests Grasslands / Scrublands Subsystems Fresh water Estuarine Flowing Main Stem Gangotri To Farakka Farakka to Gangasagar Hoogly - Matlah Higher Vertibrates Structural Components Abiotic Biotic Chemical Characteristics Chemical Characteristics Flow Sediment Load Sediment Load Habitat Nutrients Salanity Decomposables Recalcitrant Dissolve Gases Toxicants MetalsPesticides Producers Consumers Decomposers Phytobenthos Phytoplankton Macrophytes Zooplankton Macroinvertibates Vertibrates Zoobanthos Fish Bacterial Fungus Culturable Non Culturable Aquatic Extra Aquatic Tributaries
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Ganga Basin Information and Communication Network
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Gangapedia Home Page
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Feedback, Comments and Suggestions; And Way Forward
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  • August 6, 2011; PBCEC, IITK GRB EMP ENB 3 rd Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Thank You !