INTEGRATED REMOTE SENSING AND GIS-BASED HYDROGEOLOGICAL STUDY IN DINDIGARH BLOCK, SOUTH INDIA
This study focused on the assessment of water resources in the Dindigarh block. South India, where technologies such as remote sensing and GIS are concentrated, Precipitation, water level, geophysical and geochemical studies. precipitation of The region is subject to the monsoon season, mainly in the Northeast. Annual average rainfall Compared to the annual average, the close and normal cases differ significantly Rainfall in Tamil Nadu. The water level in this area reaches moderate and far Greater depth in most places. Geophysical and geochemical studies completed. It is evaluated to assess the quantitative and qualitative state of groundwater. and that's how it happened. This study proves that the amount of groundwater in the study area is very low. the stone. Water interactions are a fundamental component of water quality in the research region. Groundwater quality is suitable for irrigation and agriculture Purposes. For drinking purposes, it should be a basic treatment. the study concludes that an area of 1.14 km2 is suitable for potential groundwater bodies. Covers. It is located in Adhyanutu, Tottanutu place. Similarly, Adhyanutu, Tottanutu, Part of Tadi Kombu, Sirupdi, Muripadi, Tamaraipadi, Kovilur, Vellodu, and Balakrishnapuram sites covered 70% of the survey, region. Remote sensing and GIS integrated technology proves the efficiency Understanding the spatial distribution variation of groundwater content and quality.