4 edition of The small tank cascade systems of the Rajarata found in the catalog.
The small tank cascade systems of the Rajarata
C. R. Panabokke
With reference to river systems in Sri Lanka.
|Contributions||Mahaweli Authority of Sri Lanka.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2002/63031 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 39 p.|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||2002295895|
The tank cascade system (TCS) has been used for over years for water management in Sri Lanka. Since surface water is limited in the dry zone of Sri Lanka, agricultural production, especially of upland crops, relies on groundwater for irrigation. We sampled 29 wells in the Ulagalla cascade, a prominent TCS near Anuradhapura city in the dry zone of Sri Lanka, in Yala (dry) and Maha (wet Cited by: 1. Tank cascade systems in the dry zone are considered as one of the traditional land water management systems and have evolved in order to manage the surface water resources efficiently. Ulagalla cascade is a prominent cascade located in Anuradhapura district with nineteen small tanks and highly utilized for agricultural purposes.
Rajarata [rā dja ra tə] (Meaning: King's country) (Sinhala: රජරට) (Tamil: ரஜரட) was one of three historical regions of the island of Sri Lanka for about 1, years from the 6th century BCE to the early 13th century CE. Several ancient cities, including Tambapanni, Upatissa Nuwara, Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, were established as capitals within the area by successive rulers. The hydraulic civilisation evolved as a network of streams and tanks in varying sizes spread over the dry zone of Sri Lanka forming tank clusters referred to as tank cascade systems. This cascading form of small tanks and streams was developed to manage the water resource within river sub-basins. These tank cascades are mostly rain-fed but.
In this system, tanks connected by underground and surface canals form a chain that extends from the foothills to the plains. Once tanks located in the hills are filled to capacity, the water flows down to fill successive tanks, generally ending in a small waterhole. This system conserves about 60 to 70 % of the total runoff in the region! 28 July Dr. C. R. The setting and role of small tanks cascade Panabokke system in the ancient irrigation network of the Rajarata 25 August Mr. G. P. S. H. A study in local history: Kirillapone of de Silva Salpiti Korale in the 18 century 29 September Prof. M. B. Some Sinhala usages of the day Ariyapala.
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The small tank cascade systems of the Rajarata: Their setting, distribution patterns, and hydrography. Colombo, Sri Lanka: Mahaweli Authority of Sri Lanka. vi, by: The small tank cascade systems of the Rajarata, their settings, distribution pattern and hydrography. Mahaweli Authority—International Irrigation Author: Y.
Raja Rajeswari, N. Bhaskara Rao. Panabokke CR () The small tank cascade systems of the Rajarata: their setting, distribution patterns, and hydrography.
Mahaweli Authority of Sri Lanka, Colombo Google Scholar Panabokke CR, Sakthivadivel R, Weerasinghe AD () Evolution, present status and issues concerning small tank systems in Sri : Srikantha Herath, Binaya Mishra, Pearly Wong, S.
Weerakoon. This, in more or less a systematic manner, characterizes the form and order of the small tank system of the Rajarata.
It is within this framework of the location and hydrography of these cascade meso-basins that meaningful analysis and interpretation of the hydrological endowment and carrying capacity of the approximately 3, functioning small tanks of the, Rajarata could be made.
The small tank systems in these cascades have been rehabilitated from time to time either by the farmers themselves, or government agencies and donor. Book Chapter: Madduma Bandara, C M () Tank cascade systems in Sri Lanka: Some thoughts on their development implications in Haq KA, Wijayaratne CM, Samarasekera BMS (Eds.) Summaries of papers presented at Irrigation Research Management Unit seminar series during 1 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION This report on small tank cascade systems is based on a study conducted on seven tank cascades of the Walawe river basin, one of the three main river basins in the Ruhuna benchmark basins1 selected by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) for its benchmark basin study.
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Although some small-scale irrigation systems serve an. Small Tank Cascade Systems: Their Relevance for Minor Irrigation Rehabilitation 43 Prof. Madduma Bandara Understanding Rainfall as a First Prerequisite to Tank Management and Rehabilitation.
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Ecological implications of the Tank Cascade Systems The building block of TCSs is a tank (a sub system) which makes up this interwoven irrigation network. Tanks, paddy fields, watersheds and canals are integrated and interwoven with the natural environment (naturalized) (Marambe et al., ) which facilitated the evolution of the TCS over two by: 9.
Since 3rd century BC tank cascade systems in the lowlands within the dry and interme- diate zones of Sri Lanka have evolved in order to efficiently manage the surface water re- sources. A cascade of tanks is made up of 4 to 10 individual small tanks, with each tank having its own micro-catchment, but where all of the tanks are situated within a single meso-catchment basin.
These meso-catchment basins could be varied in extent from 6 to 10with a model value of 8 sq. miles in the North Central Province region.
The North Central Province, although apparently flat, is in reality undulating, and the ancient tank builders took advantage of the nature of the terrain to make strings of tanks in the valleys called the small tank cascade system.
Today Sri Lanka has ab village tanks irrigating the villages. Ancient Irrigation in Sri Lanka: The Technology. Then came a large study of Dr. Panabokke called THE SMALL TANK CASCADE SYSTEM OF RAJARATA: THEIR SETTING, DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS AND HYDROGRAPHY, IWMI – MASL, Colombo Before this, the author’s doctoral thesis was published as DROUGHT HAZARDS AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT, Central Bank, Colombo, * Small village tank systems of Sri Lanka: their evolution, setting, distribution and essential functions * Groundwater conditions in Sri Lanka: a geomorphic perspective * Soils and Agro-Ecological Environments of Sri Lanka * The small tank cascade systems of the Rajarata: their setting, distribution patterns and hydrography.
“A tank cascade is a connected series of tanks organized within a meso-catchment of the dry zone landscape, storing, conveying and utilizing water from an ephemeral rivulet” (Madduma Bandara.
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him in particular to study the cascade based small village tank systems meticulously. He has made several succinct and outstanding research contributions during the s and s.
This volume is the most comprehensive and concise publication to date, which has consulted almost all the available authentic sources, not simply by glossing over them. * The small tank cascade systems of the Rajarata: their setting, distribution patterns and hydrography * Small tanks in Sri Lanka: evolution, present status, and issues * Small village tank systems of Sri Lanka.the tank systems of the Dry Zone of Sri Lanka.
Even though, Nianthi and Jayakumara  reported about the progress of research on cascade irrigation systems, this study covers the tank and cascade based overall significant studies from the history and identified .