"Hydrogeological delineation of groundwater vulnerability to droughts in semi arid areas of western Ahmednagar district" published in the Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing and Space Sciences.

"Groundwater, a renewable and finite natural resource, is a vital source of sustenance for humans and different ecosystems in the semi-arid regions. Rapid population growth in the last three decades has caused a rise in water demand which has inadvertently posed a stress on its availability.  The current study involves a field hydrogeological mapping that was integrated with remote sensing and GIS to delineate areas.  This paper attempts to provide a robust methodology to prioritize areas vulnerable to groundwater unavailability. The attached research brief summarises the key findings of the article. For more details, click on the link  https://bit.ly/2wzX1EZ."