Dr. Chaitanya Pande

Dr. Chaitanya Pande
National Institute of Rural Development | NIRD · Centre for Wage Employment & Livelihoods

BCS, M.Sc, PH.D.
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Introduction
Dr. Chaitanya Pande currently works at the All India coordinate research project for dry land department, Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola. I have completed phd in environmental science from Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, I am very much Interesting in research field related to Natural Resource … Currently serves as a Editorial Board member in Journal of American Journal of Agricultural and Biological Sciences.

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Publications (119)
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The present paper attempts to assess various categories of Land use/land covers in Mahesh River Basin using remote sensing and GIS techniques. The present study area is located Mahesh river basin lies between 76° 46’11’’ E and longitude 20°40′ 36” N latitude covered by survey of India Toposheets. The Mahesh River basin which is a major tributary of...
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Geomorphological mapping and necessary supporting data are crucial to developing countries that are usually under severe environmental and demographic strains. Approaches and methods to map the variability of natural resources are important tools to properly guide spatial planning. In this paper a comprehensive and flexible new geomorphological com...
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The aim of this present study was to evaluate groundwater quality in the Mahesh River Basin of Akola and Buldhana district, Maharashtra, India. A detailed geochemical study of groundwater region is described, and the origin of the chemical composition of groundwater has been qualitatively evaluated, using observations over a period of one seasons p...
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Artificial groundwater recharge is becoming increasingly necessary as growing population require more water and as more stores is needed to save water in times of surplus for use in time of shortage. The present investigations of artificial recharge zones were carried out in Murtizapur Taluk of Akola district, Maharashtra, India. It lies between70...
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The agricultural sector is the backbone of the Indian ec Analysis and prediction of micronutrient of the soil chemical parameters are highly insisted upon by farmers and agriculture researchers. The soil nutrients parameters can be analyzed from multispectral data through ISO cluster unsupervised classification. Understanding the nutrient level of...
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The change detection and land use and land cover (LULC) maps are more important powerful forces behind numerous ecological systems and fallow land. The current research focuses on demarcating the spatiotemporal LULC changes, NDVI, and change detections maps. These effects directly affect the ecosystem, land resources, cropping pattern, and agricult...
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Droughts are particularly disastrous in South Africa and other arid regions that are waterscarce by nature due to low rainfall and water sources. According to some studies, droughts are not uncommon in Africa’s drylands and have been rising in dry African terrain. Warm to hot summers and cool to cold winters describe the climate of the Free State P...
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Predicting rainfall amount is essential in water resources planning and for managing structures, especially those against floods and long-term drought establishment. Machine learning techniques can produce good results using a minimum dataset requirement, making it a leader among the prediction algorithms. This work develops a hybrid-learning model...
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Accurate and reliable discharge estimation is considered vital in managing water resources, agriculture, industry, and flood management on the basin scale. In this study, five data-driven tree-based algorithms: M5-Pruned model-M5P (Model-1), Random Forest-RF (Model-2), Random Tree-RT (Model-3), Reduced Error Pruning Tree-REP Tree (Model-4), and Dec...
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Grape (Vitis vinifera L.) is a significant fruit crop of India. The area under grape cultivation in Nashik region of Maharashtra is increasing very fastly in last some decades to calculate the actual change in area we select a village Mavadi from Dindori tehsil of Nashik district and analysis the change in area for year 2015 and 2019. Sentinel 2-A...
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Precise estimation of reference evapotranspiration (ET0) is crucial for efficient agricultural water management, crop modelling, and irrigation scheduling. In recent years, the data-driven models using Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based meta- heuristics algorithms have gained the attention of researchers worldwide. In this study, we have investigat...
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The main objective of the present study is to perform risk assessment of groundwater contaminated by nitrate (NO3-) and evaluate the suitability of groundwater for domestic purposes in the Palani region of South India. Thirty groundwater samples were collected in the study area. Various groundwater quality analysis parameters such as the pH, electr...
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Data-driven models are important to predict groundwater quality which is controlling human health. The water quality index (WQI) has been developed based on the physicochemical parameters of water samples. In this area, water quality is medium to poor and is found in saline zones; very high pH ranges are directly affected on the water quality in th...
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Forecasting the irrigation groundwater parameters helps plan irrigation water and crop, and it is commonly expensive because it needs various parameters, mainly in developing nations. Therefore, the present research's core objective is to create accurate and reliable machine learning models for irrigation parameters. To accomplish this determinatio...
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Accurate prediction of the reference evapotranspiration (ET0) is vital for estimating the crop water requirements precisely. In this study, we developed multi-layer perceptron artificial neural network (MLP-ANN) models considering different combinations of the meteorological data for predicting the ET0 in the Beas-Sutlej basin of Himachal Pradesh (...
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Reference crop evapotranspiration (ETo) is an important component of the hydrological cycle that is used for water resource planning, irrigation, and agricultural management, as well as in other hydrological processes. The aim of this study was to estimate the ETo based on limited meteorological data using an artificial neural network (ANN) method....
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India has abundant water resources, including rivers and snowcovered mountains in the Himalayas, which can supply the country’s water needs. In many areas, however, accessible water supplies are depleting due to fast population growth and the need to fulfill rising demands for irrigation, human and industrial consumption. Physico-chemical and micro...
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The ecological sustainable development and planning of groundwater resources is an excessive challenge for many coun- tries currently facing water insufciency. The main focus of this work was to determine the direction of groundwater fow, head value, and water level using the steady-state fnite diference model (MODFLOW software) in basaltic format...
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The primary goal of this study is to evaluate the groundwater quality and conduct a non-carcinogenic risk assessment of nitrate contamination in an industrialized and high-density region of South India. A total of 40 sampling sites were identified in and around the industrial area, and samples were collected during the pre-monsoon and post-monsoon...
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Groundwater plays a vital role in the sustainable development of agriculture, society and economy, and it's demand is increasing due to low rainfall, especially in arid and semiarid regions. In this context, delineation of groundwater potential zones is essential for meeting the demand of different sectors. In this research, the integrated approach...
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Total natural and groundwater resources play the most crucial role in developing ecological, biological and socioeconomic doings. Various parameters like land use, geology, elevation, slope, lineament, lineament density, drainage density and geomorphology afect the groundwater development of recharge and its accessibility. In this research, geograp...
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Groundwater plays a vital role in the sustainable development of agriculture, society and economy, and it's demand is increas- ing due to low rainfall, especially in arid and semiarid regions. In this context, delineation of groundwater potential zones is essential for meeting the demand of diferent sectors. In this research, the integrated approa...
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Regional climate change (CC) and land use changes (LUCs) can significantly influence the hydrological processes at watershed scale. Different studies have investigated the impact of climate change in the Indus Basin. However, there is a need to investigate the impact of environmental changes on the regional hydrology over a complex topographic regi...
Research Proposal
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We the editors cordially invite you to contribute to our book under any of the following themes and related topics: 1. Climate change impact on air quality in Nigeria. 2. Climate change impact on the surface and groundwater resources and their quality in Nigeria. 3. Climate change impact on the watershed and natural resources’ development and plann...
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Timely and reliable water footprint prediction is imperative and prerequisite to mitigate climate risk and ensure water and food security and enhance the water-use efficiency. This study aims to model the Water Footprint (WF) by using the four kernels of Gaussian processes models (Polynomial, Normalized Poly, Radial Basis Function RBF, and Pearson...
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River daily discharge estimation and modeling considers an important step for scheduling and planning different water resources for sustainable socio-economic development. In the current work, four techniques of Gaussian processes regression (GPR): Polynomial Kernel, Radial Basis Function Kernel, Normalized Polynomial Kernel, and PUK Kernel, were u...
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TThe water quality represents the water's physical, chemical and biological properties and depends on the environment, and anthro-pogenic influences. Recently, river water in Dehradun has subjected to immense pressure due to contamination from indecorous land use and urbanisation. In this study area, water quality assessment is carried out with the...
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The water quality represents the water's physical, chemical and biological properties and depends on the environment, and anthro-pogenic influences. Recently, river water in Dehradun has subjected to immense pressure due to contamination from indecorous land use and urbanisation. In this study area, water quality assessment is carried out with the...
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The main aim of this paper is to develop the accurately map of soil chemical parameters were used for development of the agriculture, forestry, ecological planning, and crop yield production. Soil chemical properties analysis and forecast model was developed and validated with the Wavelet transform methods and multispectral satellite, images. At th...
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The present study accentuates the expediency of remote sensing (RS), Geographical Information System (GIS), and Spatial Multiple Criteria Evaluation Analysis (SMCE) in appraising the geo-environmental scenario of a watershed falling under the semi-arid region of India . In this study, the Bordi river basin, which falls partly under the Amravati and...
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Surface water is important for the urban and agriculture ecosystem, the accurate and very easy to detect and analysis of the surface water based on the remote sensing data and google earth engine platform. It is a very much important for irrigation and water resource management during the dry period and rabi with summer season. In this paper, we ha...
Book
This book addresses the various challenges in achieving sustainable groundwater development, management, and planning in semi-arid regions, with a focus on India, and discusses advanced remote sensing and GIS techniques for the estimation and management of groundwater resources. The book is timely as there is a need for a better understanding of th...
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The morphometric characteristics were done to develop a plan for drainage basin management through GIS software and Cartosat-2 data. This study mainly focuses on 35 morphometric parameters, which are calculated by mathematical formulas. Stream frequency, bifurcation ratio, circulatory ratio, and other factors, can be given to valuable information f...
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This book addresses the various challenges in achieving sustainable groundwater development, management, and planning in semi-arid regions, with a focus on India, and discusses advanced remote sensing and GIS techniques for the estimation and management of groundwater resources. The book is timely as there is a need for a better understanding of th...
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In this paper, we focus on the assessment of land-use and land-cover change detection mapping to the effective planning and management policies of environment, land-use policy and hydrological system in the study area. In this study the soil and water conservation project has been applied during the five years and after five years what changes have...
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Surface water is important for the urban and agriculture ecosystem, the accurate and very easy to detect and analysis of the surface water based on the remote sensing data and google earth engine platform. It is a very much important for irrigation and water resource management during the dry period and rabi with summer season. In this paper, we ha...
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In this chapter we discuss groundwater development and planning using rainwater harvesting, which can be helpful for crops in semi-arid regions. Rainwater harvesting activities have been performed on drainage lines for stored rainwater in drainage and to recharge poor aquifer zones in a given area. Before rainwater harvesting structures were instal...
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In India the demand of sustainable energy is growing at a fragmented level. The demand of rural electrification and economic growth requires high production of energy. Hence, the use of renewable energy may help to mitigate air pollution, and allow specific regenerative agriculture, waste, and forest biomass for producing the energy and achieving s...
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Pests and diseases cause major harm during crop development. Also plant stress affects crop quality and quantity. Recent developments in high resolution remotely sensed data has seen a great potential in mapping cropland areas infected by pests and diseases, as well as potential vulnerable areas over expansive areas. Crop health monitoring in this...
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The following themes for call for chapters from different authors for Book Edited Volumes. 1. Hydrological process in arid and semi-arid region 2. Factors influencing hydrological process 3. Groundwater Quality Status of Semi-Arid and Arid Regions 4. Properties of groundwater and its importance for drinking and irrigation purpose 5. Human He...
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Accuracy in groundwater quality monitoring plays a vital and decisive role in environment ecosystem , human health and agriculture practices. The present study aims to identify the relationship between the water quality parameters and sources of contamination using radial basic function (RBF) networks. The primary focus of the study is to understan...
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Vegetation is a key component of ecosystem and its plays most important role for stabilizing global environmental. Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) and Soil Adjusted Vegetation Index(SAVI) known as a remote sensing techniques which are used to quantifying and classify vegetation cover over land. Hence the major objective of this paper...
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Watershed prioritization, particularly in the context of watershed plans and management programmes, is part of the water resources development. Actually, morphometric analysis aided by geospatial technology is accomplished in prioritizing sub-watersheds according to their natural features of availability of resources. The information relating to th...
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The groundwater quality for drinking purposes was assessed using statistical index of Akola and Buldhana districts, Maharashtra, India. The sampling was performed in both the seasons (pre-monsoon and post-monsoon), a total of nine water quality parameters (pH, TDS, Ca, Mg, Na, K, Cl, HCO 3 and SO 4) were estimated. Water quality index (WQI) method...
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Watershed prioritization, particularly in the context of watershed plans and management programmes, is part of the water resources development. Actually, morphometric analysis aided by geospatial technology is accomplished in prioritizing sub-watersheds according to their natural features of availability of resources. The information relating to th...
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Welcome to visit this site (Blog) is developed to awareness of Group of Digital Earth Technologies such Arc GIS software, Natural Resources planning, Ecology, Precision Farming, Hydrological, Geology, Creation of Lake, Groundwater Pollution, Swat Modeling, Drone, Sensors, Satellites Data processing, New Satellite Information, New Open source softwa...
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Advanced change location procedures by utilizing multi-temporal satellite symbolism helps in understanding landscape dynamics. The present examination shows the spatio-temporal elements of land use of Rahuri Taluka, Ahmednagar District, Maharashtra, India. Sentinel 2A satellite imageries of four different months of Rabi season (2019-2020) were acqu...
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Cropping pattern has undergone dramatic changes worldwide due to the eff ects of climate changes and human management activities. Cropping pattern is an major factor contributing to crop yield and food security at local, regional and national scales, and is a critical input data variable for many global climate, land surface, and crop models. Hence...
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In this chapter the watershed as a hydrogeological drainage feature that typically utilizes land and water assets is discussed. India’s central government and the Maharashtra state government are introducing various water boundary improvement programs, which require a systematic methodology for sustainable watershed development and soil-related res...
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This chapter exclusive thematic maps are prepared for a semi-arid zone in the districts of Akola and Buldhana, while remote sensing and GIS technologies are used in earth surface mapping and watershed growth planning. In the study of land use and cover, soil density, soil erosion, and soil drainage maps, both satellite images and field data are use...
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In semi-arid regions, sustainable water change will help boost quality of soil, and drinking and irrigation water, and this chapter proposes a strategy for the development of land and water resources for sustainable watershed management. The main aim of the study is to directly impact the effects of climate change on groundwater, sustainable farmin...
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In this chapter the fact that water is the most important sustainable and scarce natural resource for agriculture, manufacturing, and domestic use is discussed. The planning and management of sustainable water supplies are major time-critical challenges for any country that need to be resolved due to ever-increasing demand. Major, medium-sized, and...
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This book presents a case study on a semi-arid region, Maharashtra State, India, and discusses problems concerning a broad range of areas: sustainable watershed development; watershed management; groundwater condition; land and resource development plans; thematic maps on e.g. land use, soil types and soil erosion; groundwater recharge site selecti...
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The present research work accentuates the hydrogeological evaluation for Devdari watershed of Maharashtra, Central India, using remote sensing, GIS, and multi influencing factor (MIF). The thematic layers of land use/land cover, groundwater depth, slope, drainage, flow direction, flow accumulation and geomorphology were prepared using IRS-LISS-III...
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This book presents a case study on a semi-arid region, Maharashtra State, India, and discusses problems concerning a broad range of areas: sustainable watershed development; watershed management; groundwater condition; land and resource development plans; thematic maps on e.g. land use, soil types and soil erosion; groundwater recharge site selecti...
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Fifteen pumping tests were performed in the Deccan basalt region of the Morna river basin in Akola district of Maharashtra in India. It is an artesian well as it is in the discharge zone of this coastal aquifer. Transmissivity (T) and storage coefficient (S) must be considered as aquifer parameters and used in groundwater recharge analysis. During...
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The primary objective was appraisal of groundwater quality during pre-and post-monsoon seasons for irrigation purposes. Good quality groundwater is required for high crop yields in arid regions. A total of 45 samples were collected from wells and analyzed in the laboratory for this research work. Different water quality parameters were extracted fr...
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We would like to gratefully acknowledge all reviewers for their time and expertise so generously given to the peer review of manuscripts in Sustainable Water Resources Management in 2018. We truly appreciate their continued support and commitment in helping us maintain and improve the quality of our journal.
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The identification of suitable groundwater potential zonation was prepared using remote sensing and GIS techniques. Drainage pattern map were generated from satellite images using Arc GIS software. This study area was demarcated the groundwater exploration sites and artificial recharges structure with help of groundwater potential zonation map. The...
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The assessable results of the Wardha river basin are essential for the behavior of the drainage and river network and to know its geology, slope and geo-hydrological condition. The Wardha river basin is covered by 1730.85 sq. km 2 with dendritic and sub-dentric drainage patterns. This study area is delineated into nine sub-watersheds from digital e...