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Authors Name: Prashant Gusain , Pooja Bhandari , Mohit Bisht
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Published In: Volume 7 Issue 11, November-2022
Abstract: Water is a crucial element of Earth and is necessary for all living. Along the banks of the rivers, ancient civilizations like Harappa, Mohenjo-Daro, the Nile Valley, and Mesopotamia grew and prospered. Water from the river was necessary for their survival. Water is still very important nowadays and is a crucial part of current development projects. Since water is one of the fundamental needs of all flora and is necessary for life to exist, new towns are planned with nearby water sources in mind. The water bodies and catchment area will guarantee a sufficient water supply for a variety of development and habitation-related operations. Urban development in India is chaotic and unplanned. Tremendous increase in population has caused large scale Urbanization and expansion of cities & towns. Better Urban facilities caused migration of people for search of employment, education and medical facilities to town centers and lead to growth & development of new towns and urban centers. The large-scale urbanization and unplanned growth has caused the encroachment on land and water sheds. The Urban development activities have paved the soft surfaces thus restricted the penetration of water into underground reservoirs and increased the surface run off. Large scale deforestation for industrialization and development of new towns has altered the eco system and created the environmental imbalance. Thus the unplanned urban development has affected the water bodies in many ways, such as shrinking of water bodies, pollution of water bodies and altering the water cycle. This paper aims to study the Impact of Urban Development on Water bodies and Environment.
Keywords: Urbanization, deforestation, aquifer, pollution, catchment area, food chain, glaciers, precipitation, water cycle
Cite Article: "URBAN DEVELOPMENT`S IMPACT ON WATER BODY SCIENCE AND THE ENVIRONMENT ", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 11, page no.678 - 683, November-2022, Available :
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