Hydrogeological Study and Aquifer Management Plan in Cauve...
Hydrogeological Study and Watershed Management in Ramganga...
Multi-Vector Decision Support System for Water Resource Ma...
Efficacy assessment of Artificial Recharge Structures in M...
Urban Water Security, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh

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Geovale Services is a team of highly skilled resource professionals with global experience in managing world-class projects. We seek to serve our clients by adopting a dynamic approach to challenges faced by clients in their quest for resource management. Our diverse knowledge base and past experience enable us to provide innovative solutions of risk mitigation through an integrated multi-skilled approach.

Blogs

Summary of India’s mining sector performance in the ...

On the last day of the second decade of the twenty-first century of the second millennia, here is a stocktake or summary of India’s mining sector performance in the decade we are just about to leave. While we were witnessing a mining sector boom in the year 2011, for most of the decade, the ...

December 31, 2020

Geovale Decision Support System Tool and its application

Geovale has launched an innovative multi-vector decision support system (DSS) to address the natural resource conservation needs for an Indian village community, carrying out a decentralized micro-water shed management. Geovale DSS tool has applicability at a micro watershed up to a basinal scale....

October 19, 2020

Impact of climate change on the water balance at different...

13th October is the day dedicated as International Day for Disaster Risk Reductions. Developments and evolution of geological sciences have helped us to predict volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, earthquake zones, landslides, glacial lake outburst floods, and many other natural disasters. However, whil...

October 14, 2020

Coal Auctions- Mahanadi and Phuljari Coal Blocks

#Mahanadi and #Phuljhari (East & West) are two coal blocks located in the #Talchir coal field of Odisha. Both these blocks are expected to invite considerable investor attraction for their high resource potential for thermal coal.The Mahanadi #Coal block (3149 ha.) was explored by CMPDI...

August 4, 2020

National Mineral Policy 2019: A lost opportunity?

Mr. Biplob Chatterjee of Geovale Services and Miss. Aparna Roy (Associate Fellow, Observer Research Foundation) has published a valuable article on behalf of ORF regarding the National Mineral Policy 2019, addressing changes in the new policy and its associated risks to the mining and mineral sect...

November 25, 2019

News

Interpretation of Aero-geophysical Data for Mineral Explor...

Geovale Mineral Exploration Team has carried out the interpretation of aero-geophysical data in one of the blocks in central India for GSI. The team had reputed intl geophysicists and local geologists.The broad workflow of the interpretation included the following activities: Delineation of the bo...

August 10, 2020

Impact of Super Cyclone Amphan in Kolkata Trees

Analysis by Geovale’s Senior Remote Sensing and Geospatial Data Analyst Dr. Atri S (Atri Shaw) on the impact of Amphan on Kolkata’s trees. There had been significant damage to Kolkata’s green cover during the once in a few century super-cyclone event, which impacted the city .. A...

July 20, 2020

Macchakata coal block, Angul, Odisha

Macchakata (fishbone in Odiya) coal block located in Angul, Odisha is one of the largest coal concession to go under the hammer in the current phase of coal auctions. With a peak rated capacity of 30 Mtpa and project development cost likely to be around USD 3 bn, it will need an investor with deep...

May 11, 2020

Geovale Africa in Somaliland

Geovale Africa: Somaliland Few among us would have heard about countries which do not exist on the maps. Somali Land is the north western territory of Somalia which has declared independence. As it is not yet recognized by the UN it does not appear in the political map of the world. This part of t...

April 13, 2020

36th International Geological Congress

Participants in the 36th International Geological Congress, you are invited to attend Symposia 1.8: Forensic Geology. This session will be conducted on 5th March, 2020. The session promises to have an excellent mix of papers to be presented by some of the top specialists in Forensic Geology from d...

November 18, 2019

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