IJEP 42(9): 1146-1152 : Vol. 42 Issue. 9 (September 2022)
1. Yogi Vemana University, Department of Earth Sciences, Kadapa – 516 005, Andhra Pradesh, India
2. Yogi Vemana University, Department of Geology, Kadapa – 516 005, Andhra Pradesh, India
Hydrological studies, Morphometric parameters, Atlur mandal, SRTM data, ArcGIS
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