Surface water changes in Nal Sarovar Wetland

Nal Sarovar Wetland and Bird Sanctuary, a "Ramsar Convention site - Wetland of International importance”, located near Ahmedabad, Gujarat; experienced the major rainfall deficit in the years 2018, 2002, 1991 & 1972, which results in significant reduction in surface water extent and affects the overall ecology and tourism. This remote sensing based time series data analysis study helps to map & monitor such changes.

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