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    December 2011

    5th Annual Water Management Workshop, University of California – Davis

    8th December 2011 - 9th December 2011
    University of California – Davis, 1 Shields Ave
    Davis,CA95616United States
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    Presenter Vishal K. Mehta, PhD Title Urban hydrology: examples from East Africa and India

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    December 2012

    AGU Fall Meeting

    3rd December 2012 - 7th December 2012
    Moscone Center, 747 Howard St
    San Francisco,CA94103United States
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    Presenter Vishal K. Mehta, PhD Title Web-based urban metabolic mapping for Bangalore, India Download Poster presented at the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco, December 6th, 2012

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    IGWC 2012

    18th December 2012 - 21st December 2012
    IGWC-2012, Maulana Azaad College of Arts & Science
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    International Ground Water Conference (IGWC 2012), in Aurangabad, India. The team will present ongoing research on groundwater modeling for Bangalore, India.

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    February 2013

    SEI Science Forum 2013

    13th February 2013 - 14th February 2013

    Title Cities as tightly coupled social-ecological systems: the water-energy nexus of Bangalore city, India. Presenters Vishal K. Mehta and Eric Kemp-Benedict Venue SEI Science Forum 2013, Stockholm, Sweden Abstract India’s 370 million urban population exceeds the total population of all countries except China. Water supply has not kept up with increasing demand.  No city receiving 24x7 water supply. As utilities reach farther out to increase supply, their energy consumption and costs are increasing, even as private self-supply from groundwater pumping…

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    August 2016

    Water in the Arkavathy sub-basin

    10th August 2016 @ 9:00 am - 5:45 pm IST
    Hotel Lalit Ashok Bangalore,India + Google Map

    Dr. Deepak Malghan has been invited to present at a dissemination workwshop "Water in the Arkavathy sub-basin: status, concerns and future under climate change" He will present in the session on Water Governance, in a talk titled "Urban water supply and management in Bangalore".

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    September 2016

    “Why all urban hydrology is social hydrology”

    28th September 2016 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm IST
    Indian Institute of Human Settlements, No. 197/36, 2nd Main Road Sadashivanagar
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    WHY ALL URBAN HYDROLOGY IS SOCIAL HYDROLOGY? EVIDENCE FROM BENGALURU, INDIA Dr. Deepak Malghan Centre for Public Policy, IIM Bangalore Abstract: One of the principal concerns of hydrology is to characterise the dynamic water balance in a watershed. Rapidly burgeoning urban agglomerations in Asia present a unique challenge to hydrology as natural hydrological cycles are severely perturbed by human activity. Bangalore receives an average rainfall of about 1800 MLD (million litres a day) but also imports 1450 MLD of river…

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