4 edition of The Economics and management of water and drainage in agriculture found in the catalog.
The Economics and management of water and drainage in agriculture
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ariel Dinar, David Zilberman.|
|Contributions||Dinar, Ariel, 1947-, Zilberman, David, 1947-|
|LC Classifications||TC824.C2 E28 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 946 p. :|
|Number of Pages||946|
|LC Control Number||91016083|
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Book Title The Economics. The Economics and Management of Water and Drainage in Agriculture. By David Zilberman (editor) and Ariel Dinar Book category Adult Non-Fiction. ISBN USDA Agricultural Research Service and National Research Council Committee on Irrigation-Induced Water Quality Problems In Economics of Water Management in Agriculture - CRC Press Book This book includes a set of papers from distinguished scholars who critically examine economic issues relating to the relationship between water and agriculture, with a special focus on irrigation.
This book includes a set of papers from distinguished scholars who critically examine economic issues relating to the relationship between water and agriculture, with a special focus on irrigation. Employing state of the art methodologies, they address the most relevant issues in water policy.
Managing Water: Irrigation and Drainage Worldwide, over two billion acres of virgin land have been plowed and brought into agricultural use since Until the last decades of the twentieth century, clearing new land compensated for loss of agricultural land.
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The journal publishes papers of international significance relating to the science, economics, and policy of agricultural water management.
In all cases, manuscripts must address implications and provide insight regarding agricultural water management. The primary topics that we consider are the following: • Farm-level and regional water.
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With uniform water applications, returns to land and management are significantly greater than with non-uniform applications, and the pond size is almost negligible. Water application levels are almost identical in the limited and unlimited drainage cases, when water is applied uniformly.
The management goal of agricultural drainage is to maintain a salt balance in the crop root zone in arid areas and proper soil water balance in humid areas (ASCE, ; Smedema, ). Drainage water from different locations and/or facilities will have different quality characteristics. The Extent of Farm Drainage in the United States D.B.
Jaynes and D.E. James USDA-ARS-NSTL Ames, IA Introduction Modern production agriculture in much of the central and eastern United States would not be possible without the extensive drainage.
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