Evolution, present status and issues concerning small tank systems in Sri Lanka [Small tanks in Sri Lanka: evolution, present status and issues]
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Panabokke, C. R.; Sakthivadivel, R.; Weerasinghe, A. D. 2002. Evolution, present status and issues concerning small tank systems in Sri Lanka [Small tanks in Sri Lanka: evolution, present status and issues] Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). 73p.
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The core of this study involved an examination and analysis of certain key features of the traditional small tank cascade systems: a) the location and design of the systems in the past b) the hydro-system which considers the overall hydrological balance and groundwater conditions c) maintenance and tank use d) tank management and integration with local farming systems
SubjectsTANK IRRIGATION; HYDROLOGY; WATER QUALITY; IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT; WATER MANAGEMENT; WATER DISTRIBUTION; WATERSHEDS; IRRIGATION DESIGN; MAINTENANCE; FARMING SYSTEMS; GOVERNMENTAL INTERRELATIONS; SMALL SCALE SYSTEMS; VILLAGES; HISTORY;
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