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Social & ecological aspects of irrigation & drainage
|Contributions||American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Soil and Water Division., American Society of Civil Engineers. Irrigation and Drainage Division., American Meteorological Society.|
|LC Classifications||TD201 .S63|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 375 p.|
|Number of Pages||375|
|LC Control Number||75030807|
Social aspects of flooding. In Proceedings of the specialty conference on legal, institutional and social aspects of irrigation and drainage and water resources planning and . For more than 30 years, John Tillman Lyle () was one of the leading thinkers in the field of ecological design. Design for Human Ecosystems, originally published in , is his classic text that explores methods of designing landscapes that function in the sustainable ways of natural book provides a framework for thinking about Author: John Lyle.
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Specialty conference held Nov., Miami Beach, and co-sponsored by Soil and Water Division, American Society of Agricultural Engineers and Irrigation and Drainage Division, American Society of Civil Engineers with American Meteorological Society cooperating. No study related to integrated social and environmental sustainability analysis have been found at the level of irrigation and drainage network, as a major social-agricultural- environmental unit.
Therefore, this study was aimed to analyze the impacts of an oldest active irrigation and drainage networks (Tajan irrigation and drainage network. Abstract. Irrigation and drainage projects affect the physical, chemical, and biological components of the ecosystem and their eventual success depends on how adequately the environmental aspects are addressed at the planning and design : S.
Kamra, K. Rao. Good irrigation management, closely matching irrigation demands and supply, can reduce seepage and increase irrigation efficiency, thereby reducing the groundwater recharge. The provision of drainage will alleviate the problem locally but may create problems if the disposal water is of a poor quality.
Environmental Impact Assessment and their Mitigation measures of Irrigation Project of the project area in view of the design of structures and drainage condition of the irrigation land Author: Ebissa Gadissa.
Irrigation is the application of controlled amounts of water to plants at needed intervals. Irrigation helps to grow agricultural crops, maintain landscapes, and revegetate disturbed soils in dry areas and during periods of less than average rainfall. Irrigation also has other uses in crop production, including frost protection, suppressing weed growth in grain fields and preventing soil.
Description: This book Irrigation & Agricultural Drainage Engineering is intended as a source book in the area of irrigation and drainage for the students of agricultural engineering in particular and agricultural science in general.
However, this book also may be useful for agricultural extension workers and the professional working in this area. The human health threats posed by irrigation development have made it necessary to understand the consequences of local environmental changes on the economic and social well-being of people.
Local environmental changes and the human health risks associated with them are commonly attributed to the improper understanding of the complex processes Author: Samson Wokabi Mwangi.
The occurrence and leaching of some widely used pesticides were studied in – in an experiitiental field, in a small agricultural drainage basin and in a river highly loaded by : Henk Ritzema. The expansion and intensification of agriculture made possible by irrigation has the potential for causing: increased erosion; pollution of surface water and groundwater from agricultural biocides; deterioration of water quality; increased nutrient levels in the irrigation and drainage water resulting in algal blooms, proliferation of aquatic weeds and eutrophication in irrigation canals.
environmental and social implications of the water saving actions leaving out the issues of the policy instruments and economic efficiency. A systems analysis approach was used for the identification and characterization of the relationships between social and environmental aspects of water scarcity and water conservation issues.
For instance, the modernization of irrigation and drainage is a highly interdisciplinary matter with institutional and organizational aspects that require a number of prerequisites including: sustainable operation and maintenance of irrigation and drainage systems; certainties on water regulatory authorities, land priority questions, water Cited by: 7.
The environmental impacts of irrigation relate to the changes in quantity and quality of soil and water as a result of irrigation and the effects on natural and social conditions in river basins and downstream of an irrigation impacts stem from the altered hydrological conditions caused by the installation and operation of the irrigation scheme.
The EIA will consider a wide range of aspects relating to the project, including the following: •Description of the works and the project area •Geography and geology •Climatically conditions •Water Resources and Quality •Assessment of agriculture, livestock and animal husbandry in catchment area •Forests and ecology •Fisheries.
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The sourcebook is designed to assist all those involved in environmental assessment (EA). Environmental assessment teams conducting EAs for borrowing governments need to know Bank policy regarding the project under consideration and which aspects of a. Suggested Citation: " Social and Behavioral Aspects of Malaria." Institute of Medicine.
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It is essential to maximise both yield and quality. Water has to be applied in the right amounts at. A chapter on physical properties and issues was divided into two (chapters 5 and 6), and chapters were added on the principles of ecological soil management and on irrigation and drainage.
The third edition, while still focusing on farming and soils in the United States, has a broader geographical scope; the book has evolved into a more.
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The results of the survey Cited by: Irrigation in Early States: New Directions; Section Navigation navigateright. The conference is organized into five sessions, each addressing one of the main aspects of irrigation. In Session 1, “Features of Irrigation,” participants describe the physical attributes of irrigation systems, which are highly diverse and vary depending on.
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Social components include individual human decision makers and social groups ranging from households, through civic associations, through government agencies (Machlis et al. Notably, norms and regulations are important aspects of the social component of systems (OstromCook et al.Larson and Brumand ).Cited by: Humans have altered these processes through changes in climate and atmospheric CO 2 concentrations, modifications to the land surface including tree clearing and urbanization, construction of surface water impoundments that are generally operated for water supply, flood control or hydropower generation, diversion of surface water, extraction of.
If the soil is poorly drained because of a restricting subsoil layer of clay, tile drainage can be installed, but at a significant cost. We use the term buildin g soils to emphasize that the nurturing process of converting a degraded or low-quality soil into a truly high-quality one requires understanding, thought, and significant actions.
That explains the title of the book ‘Water and the Laws in India’, and not ‘The Water Laws of India’. On the other hand, it is not a full-scale ‘water policy’ or ‘water issues’ book; it does not deal with water-related issues that are purely procedural or managerial or economic and do not involve legal questions.
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The sources and biogeochemistry of selenium (Se) combine to produce a widespread potential for ecological risk (Figure 1). Documented environmental effects across scientifically investigated sites include deformities in birds and fish, degraded fish communities, and exclusion of habitats for bird use (see Modeling and Irrigation pages).
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1. Social Issues and Environment 2. Introduction • We live in a Natural as well as social world • Development cannot be of only the rich nor it means only high living standards.
• Also not just ECONOMIC development • It has to be a holistic approach. • Social aspects, development and environment have a strong relation. Water users were collectively and individually responsible for maintenance of the irrigation systems and customary laws, known as Sirit, were established governing water use and related aspects of rly, the italics system is a system of farmer-managed canal irrigation, which has been in operation for more than years in Dhule, and.
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It is intended that the UAF books shall be made available in both. ANALYSIS Impact of irrigation water quality on human health: A case study in India Jeena T.
Srinivasana,⁎, V. Ratna Reddyb a RULNR, Centre for Economic and Social Studies, Nizamiah Observatory Campus, Begumpet, HyderabadIndia b Livelihoods and Natural Resources Management Institute, H.
No. /18, Sarada Nagar, Mehdipatnam. British intervention on irrigation and its consequent effects in general for different regions.1 Sarada Raju's work deals, in a general way, with the economic conditions in the Madras Presidency during i.e., during the East India Company's rule.
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