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by Rakesh Hooja

eBook Management of Water for Agriculture: Irrigation, Watersheds and Drainage epub
  • ISBN: 8170338867
  • Author: Rakesh Hooja
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rawat Publications (January 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 408 pages
  • ePUB size: 1620 kb
  • FB2 size 1685 kb
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Irrigated agriculture has made a significant contribution towards world food security. However, water resources for agriculture are often overused and misused. The result has been large-scale waterlogging and salinity

Irrigated agriculture has made a significant contribution towards world food security. The result has been large-scale waterlogging and salinity. In addition, downstream users have found themselves deprived of sufficient water, and there has been much pollution of freshwater resources with contaminated irrigation return flows and deep percolation losses.

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systems water management policies that enable irrigation. managers or planners to optimally manage scarce

systems water management policies that enable irrigation. managers or planners to optimally manage scarce. condition the agricultural production processes (Sarwar et. a. 2001). A comprehensive, complete, and quantitatively. sustainability, irrigation and drainage systems should be. managed in a manner that does not degrade the quality of. land, water, and other natural resources that contribute to. agricultural production and environmental quality. The most serious risks to surface water and aquifers. is a worldwide problem and great effort is directed to. study the rate of recharge and the measures required.

Recent papers in Agricultural Water Management, Irrigation and Drainage Engineering

Recent papers in Agricultural Water Management, Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. Sustainable management of agricultural systems requires, inter alia, and a functional drainage and irrigation system, which should ensure good drainage of agricultural land but also to guarantee by quantity and quality water for irrigation.

As a heavy water user, irrigated agriculture is but one of many needs for water, energy, and land resources. At the same time, the growing global economy and world population are placing greater demands on irrigated agriculture to provide food and fiber. With consistent planning and operation of water management systems, irrigation and drainage can be sustained in humid areas with minimal environmental impacts, while enhancing the Nation’s agricultural productivity. The profitability of irrigation and drainage in humid areas depends on seasonal rainfall, adequate economic returns from crops, and irrigation and drainage expenses.

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Moreover, new water management schemes forced societies to get organized, work together on irrigation and drainage . Cover crops, while using water for their growth, once suppressed and acting as a surface mulch can have a positive effect on water availability in many regions.

Moreover, new water management schemes forced societies to get organized, work together on irrigation and drainage schemes, and develop laws on water allocations. But water management failures were also responsible for the collapse of societies. But, of course, water is needed to grow crops-from 19 gallons to hundreds or more gallons of water for each pound of plant or animal product (table 1. ).

The content of Water for Agriculture is enhanced by numerous tables .

The content of Water for Agriculture is enhanced by numerous tables, diagrams, and in-depth case-studies. This book will be an essential read for those professionals involved in the planning of water resources, and for advanced students studying this topic as part of agriculture, development studies, economics, engineering, environmental science, geography, hydrology and planning courses. Drainage services and water quality. Case study - farmland drainage in Norfolk, England. Case study 2. Analysis and case studies.

Water resources management (WRM) in Honduras is a work in progress and at. .

Water resources management (WRM) in Honduras is a work in progress and at times has advanced; however, unstable investment and political climates, strong weather phenomena, poverty, lack of adequate capacity, and deficient infrastructures have and will continue to challenge developments to water resource management. Together, these two basins drain 106,714 km2 per year.

"In this book, the author develops a structured analytical approach to water resources management/administration at the local level and weaves it together with related developments - some planned, others de facto - at other levels of public administration and policy formation. Above all, it is the author`s ample vision of past, present and future initiatives in the management of water for agriculture that provides sound credibility to his innovative questioning of available options and policy futures. With sections on An Overview of Integrated Use of Water for Irrigation and Agriculture, Participatory Irrigation Management, Managing Large Integrated Command Area Development Projects, Drainage and Salinity Control, and Managing Watershed Development, the book thus touches in a holistic manner on virtually all significant aspects of managing water for agriculture in India. The book is an invaluable source for policy makers, academicians, practitioners and a range of analysts and commentators on water resources and agriculture in India today. It can be made an essential reading for public administrators, professors and students of water policy, agriculture and rural management, and national and international analysts of India`s ongoing experiments with water management for agriculture."
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