Swati Gole

Swati Gole
Ecological Society · Research and sustainability

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This paper is a case of urban river Mutha for ecological management.Over the past few decades, condition of river Mutha has deteriorated considerably. The present situation shows less of fresh water flow and lot of sewage water addition,waste dumping and foul smelling water flow. The fresh water contribution by base flow to the main stream is very...
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Rationale On 12th July, 1961 Pune city faced devastating floods due to collapse of the newly constructed Panshet dam and breach of Khadakwasla dam. The dams emptied within a few hours that day. There was a total devastation in Pune. A catastrophe such as dam collapse is a rare phenomenon. But it will not be an exaggeration to say that we got a glim...
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Floods devastate settlements, bring misery to human lives, disrupt cities, and incurs financial losses to the nation. All of these were evident in Pune in the months of August and September 2019, when the city experienced unprecedented flooding in its rivers. A preliminary analysis of the floods reveals that it was not just the fury of nature that...
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Centre for Environment Education, India, commissioned Ecological Society, Pune, to study and prepare Ecological guidelines for the upcoming riverfront development project for Mutha river in Pune city, India.
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Dam catchment regions in Western Ghats, a biodiversity hotspot, have special significance for its ecologyand sustainable development. As a part of the Western Ghats mountain range, they host unique biodiversitythat needs to be conserved. The study area viz. Pavana, Chaskaman and Dimbhe catchments are part of theNorthern Western Ghats. These dams ha...
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Ecological Guidelines and Recommendations For Mula-Mutha Riverfront Development
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Observations and sporadic photographic data gath- ering of insects and the garden around my house inspired me to write this note, “Home Insects”. How- ever since I don’t have a background of formal Bio- logical science, major contribution in interpreting and analyzing data is by co-author Aditi Kale.
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Dam catchment regions in Western Ghats, a biodiversity hotspot, have special significance for its ecology and sustainable development. As a part of the Western Ghats mountain range, they host unique biodiversity that needs to be conserved. The study area viz. Pavana, Chaskaman and Dimbhe catchments are part of the Northern Western Ghats. These dams...
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Centre for Environment Education, India, commissioned Ecological Society to study and prepare a plan for ecological restoration and management of Pashan lake. This is a man-made lake in Pune city, India.
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The Mayureshwar Wildlife Sanctuary (MWLS) is a small but popular wildlife destination within easy reach of Pune and Mumbai cities in western India. The sanctuary has a typical dry scrub vegetation with sparse and stunted growth trees. The sanctuary is a home to the Indian gazelle Gazelia bennetti, locally known as the Chinkara, Indian grey wolf Can...
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The objective of the present study is to establish the rate of weathering profile development and the rate of denudation in a small watershed in Western Ghats. The Sonpar watershed is drained by the major right bank tributary of the Koyna river in the latter's source region. The basin covers an area about 45.59 sq.km (17.6 sq miles) and lies in the...
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A 235.5 km2 headwater catchment of the Krishna River in the Deccan plateau lavas is dry for eight months of the year but receives intense monsoonal rains during four months. High initial suspended sediment concentrations fall as rapid vegetation growth provides increasing protection. During a six-year period annual suspended sediment yields from th...

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