Land Cover Change in the catchment of Ralliah Dam (2003-2016)

Written by Balachander T
21
Dec
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The Ralliah dam is one of the important sources of water for the Coonoor town. It was built in the 1930s. The catchment of the dam is mostly forest land dominated by exotics. There are wetland patches that serve to supply water to the dam throughout the year. Can you spot any changes in the land cover that are interesting?

 

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