Processing and Flood Forecasting Circle
Bangladesh Water Development Board
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Ballah(SW157)   
Water Level : 19.86 m
Date : 24-February-2017 10:02:08
Danger Level : 21.64 m
Bamna(SW38)   
Water Level : -9,999,990.00 m
Date : 21-February-2017 13:02:06
Danger Level : 2.34 m
Barguna(SW38.1)   
Water Level : -0.04 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:32
Danger Level : 1.9 m
Barisal(SW18)   
Water Level : 0.95 m
Date : 24-February-2017 10:02:15
Danger Level : 2.55 m
Benarpota(SW24)   
Water Level : -9,999,990.00 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:34
Danger Level : 2.44 m
Bhairab Bazar(SW273)   
Water Level : 1.86 m
Date : 26-February-2017 12:02:06
Danger Level : 6.25 m
Chandpur(SW277)   
Water Level : 2.76 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:34
Danger Level : 4 m
Chittagong(SW153)   
Water Level : 6.72 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:32
Danger Level : 6 m
Comilla(SW110)   
Water Level : 6.22 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:32
Danger Level : 11.75 m
Cox Bazar(SW40.5)   
Water Level : 5.48 m
Date : 03-November-2016 06:11:10
Danger Level : 9 m
Dalia(SW291.5R)   
Water Level : 48.85 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:33
Danger Level : 52.6 m
Durgapur(SW263)   
Water Level : 1.50 m
Date : 22-October-2016 17:10:05
Danger Level : 13 m
Habiganj(SW159)   
Water Level : 5.57 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:32
Danger Level : 9.5 m
Haridaspur(SW198)   
Water Level : 1.14 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:34
Danger Level : 3.8 m
Jhalokati(SW37)   
Water Level : 0.15 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:33
Danger Level : 2.5 m
Kobadak Forest Office(SW165)   
Water Level : -0.04 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:32
Danger Level : 7.37 m
Kurigram(SW77)   
Water Level : -9,999,960.00 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:33
Danger Level : 26.5 m
Mongla(SW244)   
Water Level : -0.86 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:33
Danger Level : 2.07 m
Nakuagaon(SW34)   
Water Level : 19.46 m
Date : 26-December-2016 10:12:34
Danger Level : 22.4 m
Nalianala_Hadda(SW259)   
Water Level : -1.83 m
Date : 07-November-2016 05:11:04
Danger Level : 1.98 m
Patgati(SW106)   
Water Level : 0.52 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:33
Danger Level : 3.6 m
Patuakhali(SW184)   
Water Level : 13.54 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:33
Danger Level : 10 m
Rayenda(SW107.2)   
Water Level : 0.04 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:33
Danger Level : 2.66 m
Sarighat(SW251)   
Water Level : 11.47 m
Date : 08-May-2016 01:05:25
Danger Level : 12.8 m
Shakra(SW128)   
Water Level : -1.04 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:32
Danger Level : 3.96 m
Sheola(SW173)   
Water Level : 4.83 m
Date : 01-March-2017 10:03:32
Danger Level : 13.5 m
Sirajganj(SW49)   
Water Level : 8.00 m
Date : 08-May-2016 04:05:03
Danger Level : 13.35 m
Sunamganj(SW269)   
Water Level : 3.88 m
Date : 26-February-2017 12:02:05
Danger Level : 8.25 m
Swarupkati(SW253)   
Water Level : 0.84 m
Date : 02-February-2017 21:02:07
Danger Level : 2.59 m


Notice

  • Trans-boundary rivers

    a. The Ganges-Padma.

     

    b. The Brahmaputra-Jamuna.

     

    c. The Surma-Meghna.

     

    1. Fifty seven trans-boundary rivers: (includes the three major rivers and their tributaries and distributaries).

     

     

    2. Seven independent riversdraining Chittagong and Chittagong Hill Tracts directly into the Bay of Bengal.

     

     

    3. Inland water bodies 9wet lands) of haor, baors and beels.

     

     

Ground Water, Hydrology

Major Activities of Ground Water Hydrology

  • Organizing and conduct groundwater survey (both qualitative and quantitative) and sub-soil investigation.
  • Provide technical guidance of all field groundwater data collection network and to ensure quality control.
  • Conduct qualitative study for the optimum utilization of groundwater resources and provide guidelines to prepare hydro-geological and hydro-chemical reports.
  • Collection of sediment samples for arsenic source detection.
  • Conduct drilling works, aquifer pump tests, BM works, installation of observation wells, groundwater quality study, maintenance of rigs and other equipment.
  • T steps for standardization and improvement of hydro-geological data (groundwater table, aquifer pump test, groundwater quality, exploratory boring log collection etc.).
  • Co-ordinate the activities of different agencies and organizations involved in groundwater studies and render advise to groundwater planners and users.
  • Review comments on papers and reports on groundwater resource utilization suggesting probable remedial measure etc..

About 1200 exploratory boring, groundwater level and water quality monitoring through 1900 observation wells (down to the depth of 350 m), 500 aquifer pump tests etc. has been conducted.


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