IJSRP, Volume 4, Issue 6, June 2014 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Aleen Rose Kujur, Hasan Akhtar
Water has a determining role in every aspect of our life. Groundwater problems unfold slowly and incrementally, as the cumulative effect of many individual impacts of abstractions and contamination sources corroborate themselves. Monitoring & Effective groundwater resource management requires an optimum balancing of the increasing demands of water and long-term maintenance of the complex natural resource This paper reviews use of groundwater models in planning and developing the water harvesting structures including quality aspects of the groundwater and thereby predicting the fate and movement of the chemical in natural, urban or hypothetical scenario. The results show that Analytical and numerical groundwater flow models can be used in development of sustainable water resource framework if the proper sets of input variable are defined. The results of these evaluations indicate groundwater models can provide an efficient and readily‐accessible tool to aid in designing systems for collection and storage of water.