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PS RAO MASSMUS Application in Shahapur Canal Naryanpur Karnataka India February 2009. Dr PS RAO.

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1 PS RAO MASSMUS Application in Shahapur Canal Naryanpur Karnataka India February Dr PS RAO

2 (1) RAP (2) CAPACITY & SENSITIVITY (3) PERTURBATIONS (4) WATER SHARES and BENEFITS (5) COST of OPERATION (6) USERS & SERVICE TO USERS (7) MANAGEMENT UNITS (8) DEMAND for OPERATION (9) OPERATION IMPROVEMENTS/UNITS (10) INTEGRATING SOM OPTIONS (11) PLAN FOR MODERNIZATION and MONITORING & EVALUATION (0) WATER SERVICES VISION OF THE IRRIGATION SYSTEM AND FUTURE SCENARIO BUILDING

3 Narayanpur systems 8 systems Indi Lift IS JBC MBC SBC Rampur LIS Indi BC NRBC NLBC

4 Shorapur city Shahapur city Shahapur Branch Canal

5 STEP 1 Censing MUS Irrigation Cotton Rice

6 Diversified cropping pattern

7 Domestic water Shettikera tank Shahapur City reservoir Hand pumps along SC Groundwater recharge by irrigation

8 Domestic water Purposely made gate leak to feed dwellers along drainage People access to canal water along SC

9 Others MUS CATTLE DRAINAGE FLOOD CONTROL SMALL BUSINESS POWER PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT RECREATION

10 7 Water Services met in SBC, classified with the MEA grid Provisioning Services Regulating Services Supporting services Cultural Services  Irrigation  Domestic water  Water for cattle  Industry and business (Tourism)  Hydropower  Environmental flows (drainage - support to natural ecosystems)  Flood protection NoneBathing during festivals

11 RAP MUS SHAHAPUR

12 STEP 2 Capacity & Sensitivity SERVICESCharacteristics required for the service CAPACITYSENSITIVITY Domestic Water  Highly reliable controlled flow  High quality of water reduced during canal closure High sensitive to deficit and pollution Water to cattle  access to canal water  supply to water ponds reduced during canal closure Groundwate r recharge  canal seepage  Field losses  specific recharge facilities Reduced by canal lining Low sensitive Homestead garden  groundwater pumping high water table to feed root system Groundwater recharge and percolation from adjacent fields Low sensitive Environmen t  Environmental flows Availability of waterWater scarcity Pollution Fishery Presence of waterMinimum water flows or volume in water bodies at season’s end. sensitive to long term quality

13 Improving the capacity More animal ramps Better (safe) access to canal water

14 STEP 3 Perturbations No specific estimations were possible as the MUS is not recognized within the system Further studies recommended

15 STEP 4 Sizing MUS WATER ACCOUNTING VALUING WATER

16 STEPS 5 to 10 COSTING WATER SERVICES MANAGEMENT DEMAND IMPROVEMENTS INTEGRATION PLAN FOR MODERNIZATION

17 Follow Up Further validation in another system Good awareness at policy level – to be streamlined for recognizing and valuing System managers welcome the tool – more to be trained


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