Wakal River basin
|State||Rajasthan and Gujarat|
|Source||Udaipur district, Rajasthan|
|Basin size||1851 square kilometres|
The river originates in the south-western spurs of the Aravalli range, and meets the Sabarmati River after traversing a distance of 158 kilometres.. Mansi and Parvi are two main tributaries of the Wakal River.
The area of the Wakal River's watershed is 1851 square kilometres, and is spread out over Udaipur district of Rajasthan and Sabarkantha district of Gujarat. 98% of the basin area lies in Rajasthan, the remainder in Gujarat. The mean annual surface water yield for the basin is 319.4 million cubic metres.
- Surface Water Resources Assessment Report - Wakal River Basin, Rajasthan, India. Global Water Sustainability Program,. 2008.
- Planning of Water Resources of Rajasthan State, Report 4.2 - Basin-Wise Water Availability. Tahal Group. 2014.
- Jain, Sharad K; Agarwal, Pushpendra K; Singh, Vijay P (2007). Hydrology and Water Resources of India. Springer.
- Biswas, Himadri (2008). Numerical groundwater flow modeling in the Wakal River basin, India. Miami: Florida International University.
- Wakal Hydrogeology Assessment Report - Wakal River Basin, Rajasthan, India. Miami: Global Water Sustainability Program. 2008.
- Sinha, A. K. (2012). An Integrated Approach of Groundwater Management in Wakal River Basin using Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System. Udaipur.
- Planning of Water Resources of Rajasthan State, Report 4.3 - Detailed Study of Catchment Area. Tahal Group. 2014.
|This article related to a river in India is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|