No water to waste
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CTA. 2001. No water to waste. Spore 95. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Proper management of irrigation is key to sound water management. Various tools can help to assess current situations and design future scenarios in water use in irrigation, and also facilitate an informed dialogue for preventing conflicts over...
Proper management of irrigation is key to sound water management. Various tools can help to assess current situations and design future scenarios in water use in irrigation, and also facilitate an informed dialogue for preventing conflicts over water. The SALTMOD software was developed by the International Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement (ILRI). It simulates water-management options to affect saline levels in soil moisture, groundwater and drainage water, and calculates how climate, soil, topography and crop-rotation schedules affect various irrigation solutions. Download it free from www.ilri.nl but you must buy the printed user manual. English only. SALTMOD, Description of Principles and Applications ILRI Special Report 11, by RJ Oosterbaan & R Kselik, ILRI, 2001. ISBN 90 70754 51 7, t 14 ILRI, PO Box 45, 6700 AA Wageningen, The Netherlands Fax +31 317 495590, Email: email@example.com The Water Resources, Development and Management Service of FAO has developed French and English language tools for information systems on scarce fresh water. Their Cropwat programme calculates evapotranspiration, crop water and irrigation requirements and the associated Climwat climatic database includes data from 144 countries. Website: www.fao.org/ag/agl/ aglw/wdeci.htm Download the online climate atlas of the International Water Management Institute from www.iwmi.org; it provides accurate data on climate and moisture availability. IWMI s Water Accounting for Integrated Water Management software maps water resources, amounts and flows in a river basin.
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