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2020

Handbook of Irrigation System Selection for Semi-Arid Regions

CRC Press

Titre : Handbook of Irrigation System Selection for Semi-Arid Regions

1st Edition

Auteur (s) : Mohammad Albaji, Saeid Eslamian, Faezeh Eslamian
Publisher  : CRC Press
Date de parution:July 24, 2020
Pages : 296

Descriptif
The Handbook of Irrigation System Selection for Semi-Arid Regions compares the various types of available irrigation systems for different regions and conditions, and explains how to analyze field data to determine the suitability of the land for surface, sprinkle, or drip irrigation systems. The book focuses on strategies for irrigation development and management and examines deficit irrigation and partial root-zone drying systems. Also, solute leaching modeling under different irrigation systems, soil moisture conditions, and organic fertilizer application in arid areas are discussed. Further, it examines multi-criteria decision making for irrigation management and the appraisal of agricultural lands for irrigation in hot, sub-humid regions.   Features : * Presents comparative analysis to aid in the selection of the most appropriate types of irrigation systems according to land characteristics. * Includes numerous practical case studies. * Offers parametric evaluation systems for irrigation purposes. * Considers data from semi-arid zones, each with different sub-climates.

  Focusing on semi-arid land, the book highlights parametric evaluation systems for irrigation purposes, along with the use of analytical hierarchy processes integrated with GIS to determine which systems are best suited. This comprehensive and well-illustrated handbook will be of great interest to students, professionals, and researchers involved with all aspects of irrigation in semi-arid regions.

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