Irrigation and Drainage: Sustainable Strategies and Systems ed. by Muhammad Salik Javaid



Irrigation and Drainage: Sustainable Strategies and Systems ed. by Muhammad Salik Javaid
This book aims to explore frontiers of knowledge in coining sustainable strategies and systems direly needed in managing the quality and quantity of water required for crop irrigation, surface and root zone drainage and flood management using available tools of research and development.
Eminent authors and their colleagues possessing varied professional backgrounds and expertise have dealt with these issues concerning the strategies and systems of irrigation and drainage.
This book will prove to be beneficial for crop growers, agricultural engineers, water resource managers, academicians and graduate students alike.
Contents
Preface
1 Nature and Role of Water Institutions — Implications to Irrigation Water Management in Zimbabwe
2 Wastewater Reuse for Irrigation — Practices, Safe Reuse and Perspectives
3 Impacts of Abattoir Waste-Water Irrigation on Soil Fertility and Productivity
4 Use of Hydrological Modeling Techniques to Evaluate, Develop and Enhance Irrigation Potential of a Humid Subtropical Watershed
5 Water Balance of Flooded Rice in the Tropics
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