WATER ISSUES HOW TO SAVE INDIAN RIVERS
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WATER ISSUES HOW TO SAVE INDIAN RIVERS
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S0321-50750000617-4-1
Publication type
Article
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Published
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30-31
Abstract
On the example of the Jumna (Yamuna), the right tributary of the Ganges, the author raises issues specific for many Indian rivers. One of the main problems is contamination and shallowing. Further agony of Jumna threatens also  to  destroy the  world-famous architectural monument Taj Mahal.
Keywords
India, Ganges, Jumna, contamination, Taj Mahal
Date of publication
01.03.2015
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