WWF-India released a comprehensive report on the Environmental Flow (E-flows) requirement of the river Ganga, Titled “Assessment of Environmental Flows for the Upper Ganga”. In 2008, a team from WWF, along
Upper Ganga River
The impacts of water infrastructure and climate change on the hydrology of the Upper Ganges river basin
Provision of detailed continuous long-term hydrological time series data for any river basin is critical for estimation, planning and management of its current and future water resources. Most of the river
WWF-India has been working in the upper Ganga river stretch since 1997. Various programmes and projects involving indicator aquatic species and local communities have been implemented. It has been a major
<p>To provide the background hydrological information for the assessment of environmental flow requirements at four selected ‘Environmental Flow’ (EF) sites, a hydrological model was set up to simulate the catchment in the present state (with water regulation infrastructure) and to generate the natural flows (without water regulation infrastructure).