4 edition of Irrigation management in developing countries found in the catalog.
Irrigation management in developing countries
|Statement||edited by K.C. Nobe and R.K. Sampath.|
|Series||Studies in water policy and management ;, no. 8|
|Contributions||Nobe, Kenneth C., Sampath, Rajan K. 1948-, International School for Agricultural and Resource Development.|
|LC Classifications||TC812 .I73 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 547 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||547|
|LC Control Number||85026988|
Jul 29, · The Economics of Water Management in Developing Countries Problems, Principles and Policies The Political Economy of Institutional Reforms in Pakistan’s Irrigation Sector; Chapter 3: Selection Through Water Markets The Political Economy of Institutional Reforms in Cited by: 1. Initially associated with hi-tech irrigated agriculture, drip irrigation is now being used by a much wider range of farmers in emerging and developing countries. This book documents the enthusiasm, spread and use of drip irrigation systems by smallholders but also some disappointments and disillusion faced in the global South.
Sep 16, · Our expert panel offers insights on how farming in developing countries could be improved through irrigation and how water resources could, in turn, be managed more effectively. This book addresses strategies for food security and sustainable agriculture in developing economies. The book focuses primarily on India, a fast developing economy, whose natural resource base comprising land and water supporting agricultural production is not only under enormous stress, but also complex and not amenable to a uniform strategy.
These institutions include those of the developing countries, of the developed countries that provide aid, and of the international financing and technical-assistance agencies. Engineers in the developed countries have had, and will continue to have, a leading role but will need some redirection. The sound development of irrigation and drainage enterprises in developing countries is a continuing need to reduce hunger, environmental degradation, and population growth, and to promote political stability and international trade.
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Jun 30, · Goals / Objectives The overall goal of this project is to analyze the potential of water pricing policy and the reformed water management institutions (WUA and contracting) to effectively manage water demand. Objective 1: To document the current irrigation practices and in particular the status of water saving technology usage in northern China.
Get this from a library. Improvement in irrigation management with special reference to developing countries. [K K Framji; International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage.;] -- Contributed papers. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. developing countries irrigation accounts for approximately 80%, compared with 10 % for domestic uses.
Although the trends are no longer in favour of large scale irrigated agriculture; water for food provision is crucial. The fulfilment of poor people's water-related needs is fundamental to the elimination of poverty.
Irrigation is the artificial exploitation and distribution of water at project level aiming at application of water at field level to agricultural crops in dry areas or in periods of scarce rainfall to assure or improve crop production.
This article discusses organizational forms and means of management of. Irrigation management in developing countries: a suggested action programme. Books or book chapters. October Robert Chambers. This booklet summarises propositions arising from a workshop on Choices in Irrigation Management, organised by ODI from 27 September to 1 October Finally, the book growers and agronomists were waiting for: “Fertilization and Irrigation: Theory and Best Practices” by Guy Sela.
The edition of the book focuses on plant nutrition and fertilization management practices. All explained in a clear, easy-to-read manner. Principles and Practices of Irrigation Management for Vegetables 2 Irrigation Water Quality Criteria Understanding irrigation water quality is critical for sustainability of vegetable production.
In some areas of Florida, water quality impacts crop productivity more than soil. Water and Development: The Importance of Irrigation in Developing Countries By Karina Schoengold and David Zilberman The post-World War II era has witnessed a drastic increase in irrigation.
Further, it compares the management of greywater in developed and developing countries and explores the advantages and disadvantages of various treatment technologies, discussing the reuse of greywater for irrigation purposes in arid and sub-arid countries, especially in the Middle East.
Arid Land Irrigation in Developing Countries: Environmental Problems and Effects covers the proceedings of the International Symposium on Arid Land Irrigation, held in Alexandria, Egypt on February This book is organized into eight sections encompassing 46 chapters.
Pricing Irrigation Water: Principles and Cases from Developing Countries (Rff Press) - Kindle edition by Yacov Tsur. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Pricing Irrigation Water: Principles and Cases from Developing Countries (Rff Press).Cited by: Focusing on the examples of China, Mexico, Morocco, South Africa, and Turkey, Pricing Irrigation Water provides a clear methodology for studying farm-level demand for irrigation water.
This book is the first to link the macroeconomics of policies affecting trade to the microeconomics of water demand for irrigation and, in the case of Morocco Cited by: PROBLEMS OF IRRIGATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
By Phillip Z. Kirpich; Dorota Z. Haman/ and Stuart W. Styles. ABSTRACT: This paper describes the crucial importance of irrigated agriculture to developing countries and to the world as a whole. This is followed by a summary of key problems that restrict and diminish the benefits.
This book presents a chronological evolution of the history, art, science and technique of irrigation, drainage and flood management in the riparian countries of Danube river, viz., Austria, Germany, former Czechoslovakia, Hungary, former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Romania from the.
The evolution of water governance and societal perception in large, public irrigation systems in developing countries has triggered successive waves of reforms since the s.
Abernethy, C. The objective of irrigation water management, and methods of measuring their achievement. In Framji, K. (Ed.), Improvement in irrigation management with special reference to developing certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com: Charles L.
Abernethy. Much can be obtained by placing more lands under irrigation and by improving the operation and management of existing irrigation schemes.
The greater portion of newly irrigated lands will come from the developing countries while improvement of existing facilities is necessary in developing and developed certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com by: 2. National Management Measures to Control Nonpoint Pollution from Agriculture Chapter 4F: Irrigation Water Management more difficult for plants to uptake water.
In addition, specific ions, such as chloride, sodium, boron and others may have a toxic effect on plants at certain levels. Agriculture in Developing Countries: Technology Issues presents an experimental approach of testing new possibilities and combinations to match the changes taking place in the agricultural production environment of developing countries.
While emphasizing the importance of combining scientific and indigenous knowledge, this book argues that sustained agricultural development can be achieved.
Jun 17, · Domestic Wastewater Treatment in Developing Countries book. to environmental sustainability by producing effluents that can be safely and profitably used in agriculture for crop irrigation and/or in aquaculture, for fish and aquatic vegetable pond fertilization.
wastewater management and public health, and others interested in Cited by: The book provides an analysis of impacts of climate change on water for agriculture, and the adaptation strategies in water management to deal with these impacts.
Chapters include an assessment at global level, with details on impacts in various countries.Guidance for Developing Irrigation Water Management (IWM) Plans Introduction The effectiveness of the operation and management of a center-pivot irrigation system can be determined by interviewing the irrigator, taking observations of the irrigation systems operation, and measuring the application uniformity of the irrigation water.