Building climate resilience through smart water and irrigation management systems
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McCartney, Matthew; Johnston, Robyn; Lacombe, Guillaume. 2016. Building climate resilience through smart water and irrigation management systems. In Nagothu U.S. (Ed). Climate change and agricultural development: Improving resilience through climate smart agriculture, agroecology and conservation. Oxon, UK: Routledge. pp.41-65.
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WATER MANAGEMENT; IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT; IRRIGATION SYSTEMS; GROUNDWATER IRRIGATION; CLIMATE CHANGE; FOOD SECURITY; AGRONOMIC PRACTICES; AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION; RAINFED FARMING; IRRIGATED FARMING; RICE; GREENHOUSE GASES; EMISSION REDUCTION; SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; LIVING STANDARDS; RAINWATER; WATER HARVESTING; ECOSYSTEMS
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