@Techreport{RN953, Author = {Adlakha, L. K. and Boisson, A. and Fischer, S. and Ghosh, N. C. and Grischek, T. and Gulati, A. and Gröschke, M. and Indwar, S. and Jain, C. K. and Kimothi, P. C. and Kloppmann, W. and Kumar, S. and Mittal, S. and Patwal, P. S. and Pettenati, M. and Picot-Colbeaux, G. and Rohilla, R. K. and Ronghang, M. and Saini, P. and Sandhu, C. and Semwal, R. and Singh, D. K. and Sprenger, C. and Voltz, T.}, Institution = {Bureau de recherches géologiques et minières}, Title = {Database of baseline data for study sites}, Year = {2012}, Abstract = {Chennai is the largest city in South India located in the eastern coastal plains. Water supply to the Chennai city is met by reservoirs and by groundwater. Most of the groundwater is pumped to the city from the well fields located in the Araniyar and Korttalaiyar River (A-K River) catchment north of Chennai.}, Project = {saph-pani}, En_type = {Report}, Access = {public}, Url = {https://publications.kompetenz-wasser.de/pdf/Adlakha-2012-953.pdf}, en_id = {953} }