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India - Third Uttar Pradesh Sodic Lands Reclamation Project : environmental assessment (英语)

The development objective of the Third Uttar Pradesh Sodic Lands Reclamation Project for India is to increase agricultural productivity in the selected project areas in Uttar Pradesh (UP). The objective will be achieved through reversal of water-induced land degradation, enhancement of soil fertility and improved provision of agricultural support services. Negative impacts include: draining of seasonal and small wetlands due to drainage channels passing through; loss of aquatic flora and fauna; conflicts in distribution of water; excess use of diesel generators for running tube wells in absence of regular electricity supply; supply and use of soil amendments; and crop production and crop diversification. Mitigation measures include: 1) develop sufficient and flexible timelines to avoid heat waves and excessive monsoon for ground verification; 2) allow local communities to make representation for the inclusion of their sodic lands- satisfying the selection criteria; 3) ensure that forceful and without consent acquisition/appropriation of land does not takes place; 4) ensure that the link drains do not pass through natural wetlands; 5) test water quality, especially for presence of fluoride, do not install tube well if tested positive for fluoride; 6) undertake regular monitoring of water table with help from the concerned department and maintain records; and 7) develop proper social monitoring system to ensure that land reclamation is preceded by a proper drainage network.


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    India - Third Uttar Pradesh Sodic Lands Reclamation Project : environmental assessment

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