Water and Soil Lab
Welcome to the home page of the Water and Soil Lab, a dynamic and innovative research group
Water and soil lab at ATREE was established in April 2013.
Our broad mission is to carry out research on water quality issues. The laboratory is well equipped to measure and quantify various physical, chemical and biological pollutants in water and soil.
The lab consists of three units:
1. Ongoing Projects:
- Strategic in-stream systems: A Decentralised anticipatory approach to wastewater contamination in Bangalore
- BES for the treating of wastewater and monitoring of effluent quality.
- Decentralized wastewater treatment-global innovation for sustainable rural communities.
- Citizen’s dashboard for Bengaluru’s Lakes
2. Completed Projects:
- Adapting to Climate Change in Urbanising Watersheds (ACCUWa).
- Groundwater and sanitation nexus in Peri-Urban Small Towns of Bangalore.
- 2035 Vision for Sustainable and Equitable Water and Wastewater Management in Bangalore.
- Lele S., V. Srinivasan, B. K. Thomas, P. Jamwal, 2018 Adapting to climate change in rapidly urbanizing river basins: insights from a multiple-concerns, multiple-stressors, and multi-level approach, Water International, (43), 2 (2018): 281-304
- Biswas, D., P. Jamwal 2017 Swachh Bharat Mission: What we need to know about groundwater contamination in peri-urban India Economic and Political Weekly Vol. 52, Issue No. 20.
- Thomas, B.K., S. Lele, V. Srinivasan, P. Jamwal, 2017 Rethinking Resilience in Urbanizing River Basins Seminar, 694: 55-8.
- Jamwal, P. 2017 Fate of nutrients in human dominated ecosystems - A case study of Jakkur Lake in Bengaluru. Resonance, (22), 3 (2017): 79-290.
- Jamwal, P.,M.S. Mohan Kumar 2016 Effect of flow velocity on chlorine decay in water distribution network: A pilot loop study Current science ,(114) 8, 1349-1354.
- Jamwal, P., M.N. Naveen and Y. Javeed. 2016 Estimating fast and slow reacting components in surface water and groundwater using a two-reactant model. Drinking Water and Science Journal, 9 (2016):19-25.
- Jamwal, P., T. Md. Zuhial., P. Raje. Urs. V. Srinivasan, S. Lele 2015 Contribution of Sewage treatment to pollution abatement of urban streams: A case study from Bangalore Current science, (108), 4: 677-685.
- Srinivasan, V., B. K. Thomas, P. Jamwal and S. Lele 2013 Climate vulnerability and adaptation of water provisioning in developing countries: approaches to disciplinary and research-practice integration Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, (5), 3-4 (2013): 378-383.
- Jamwal, P., Mittal, A.K and Mouchel, J.M. 2011 Point and non-point microbial source pollution: A case study of Delhi Physics Chemistry of Earth. (12), 36: 490-499.
- Jamwal, P., and Mittal, A.K. 2010 Reuse of treated sewage in Delhi city: Microbial evaluation of STPs and reuse options Resource Conservation and Recycling, (4), 54 (2010): 211-221.
- Jamwal, P., Mittal, A.K, Mouchel, J.M 2008 Effects of urbanisation on the quality of the urban runoff for Delhi watershed Urban water, (3), 5:247-257
- Jamwal, P., Mittal, A.K, Mouchel, J.M 2008 Efficiency evaluation of sewage treatment plants with different technologies in Delhi (India) Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, (1-4), 153: 293-305.
- Jamwal, P., Mittal, A.K, Mouchel J.M 2006 Study of the effect of different factors on fate of indicator micro-organisms in urban sewer systemsEnvironmental Engineering and Management Journal, (3), 5 (2006): 375- 381.