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1 Surface Spreading Techniques The most widely practiced methods of AR of groundwater employ different techniques of increasing the contact area and resident time of surface water with the soil so that maximum quantity of water can infiltrate and augment the groundwater storage. Areas with gently sloping land without gullies or ridges are most suited for surface water-spreading techniques. Flooding: This technique is ideal for lands adjoining rivers or irrigation canals in which water levels remain deep even after monsoons and where sufficient noncommitted surface water supplies are 26 Handbook of Engineering Hydrology: Environmental Hydrology and Water Management available.
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