4 edition of Managing salinization found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||S620 .S34 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||97031664|
The global and regional extent of the salinization of land and water resources is reviewed. A brief history of human-induced or secondary salinization is provided, followed by a description of the world's population, water and land resources, climate and the extent of human-induced land degradation. Salinization aspects of crop production and irrigation are briefly discussed. Most commonly in drylands the salinity levels are always high and evenly dispersed due to this salinity levels the plant cultivated are usually tremendously affected. Normal plants cannot grow in soils with high salinity levels. In this book the authors would like to analyze the effects of human activities on the salinity levels in drylands.
Book Description. This important volume, Soil Salinity Management in Agriculture, addresses the crucial issue of soil salinity of potential farmland and provides a comprehensive picture of the saline environment and plant interactions, along with management and reclamation methods and contributions from researchers from the fields of agricultural chemistry, soil science. AbstractIrrigated agriculture faces serious threats of waterlogging and soil salinization in the arid and semiarid regions of the world. In this paper, an integrated spatial-agro-hydro-salinity mod.
But water management failures were also responsible for the collapse of societies. Notably, the salinization of irrigated lands in Mesopotamia and filling up of ditches with sediments— cleaned out by enslaved Israelites among others—resulted in lost land fertility and an inability to sustain large centrally governed civilizations. Soil salinity is the salt content in the soil; the process of increasing the salt content is known as salinization. Salts occur naturally within soils and water. Salination can be caused by natural processes such as mineral weathering or by the gradual withdrawal of an ocean. It can also come about through artificial processes such as irrigation and road salt.
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Managing Salinization Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Waltina Scheumann (Author)Cited by: 9.
The Paperback of the Managing Salinization: Institutional Analysis of Public Irrigation Systems by Waltina Scheumann at Barnes & Noble. FREE ShippingAuthor: Waltina Scheumann. Salinization of soils is a major threat to irrigated agriculture and counteracts the targets of costly public infrastructure investments.
In this study, salinization is regarded as the outcome of an institutional arrangement which impedes the effective implementation of well-known and well-established control measures be they technical, managerial or : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Salinization of soils is a major threat to irrigated agriculture and counteracts the targets of costly public infrastructure investments.
In this study, salinization is regarded as the outcome of an institutional arrangement which impedes the effective implementation of well-known and well-established control measures be they technical, managerial or economic.
This study attempted to evaluate irrigation water quality and its management in the context of soil salinization in Gumsellasa irrigation scheme. The scheme got operational inbut farms have been facing danger of soil salinization with in such short period.5/5(1).
Handbook for saline soil management Editors: R. Vargas, E.I. Pankova, S.A. Balyuk, P.V. Krasilnikov and G.M. Khasankhanova Published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and Lomonosov Moscow State University. You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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Topic II. Preventing and managing salinization under climate change threats: learning from past experiences, introducing new technologies and facilitating the exchange of knowledge 30 The effect of salinization and climate change on the biomes of South Africa 31 J.P.
Nell Effects of an alternative water source and combined agronomic practices. There are various practices that you can apply, in order to prevent soil salinity or manage salinity problems once they already occur.
Select a crop that fits the conditions in your field. A Guide to Viticulture for Wine Production. Chapter 19 Management of Vineyard Soils Salt-Affected Vineyard Soils.
Primary salinization occurs naturally where the soil parent material is rich in soluble salts, or in the presence of a shallow saline groundwater table. Recognized and advocated as a powerful tool, the role of remote sensing in identifying, mapping, and monitoring soil salinity and salinization will continue to expand.
Remote Sensing of Soil Salinization: Impact on Land Management delineates how to combine science and geospatial technologies for smart environmental management. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Contains summary in English and German.
Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral--Technical University of Berlin) under the title: Institutional analysis of salinization in public irrigation systems.
Managing Salinization: Institutional Analysis of Public Irrigation Systems. [Waltina Scheumann] -- Salinization of soils is a major threat to irrigated agriculture and counteracts the targets of costly public infrastructure investments. Summary Salinization of land and water is an increasing problem in many areas of the world, particularly in arid and semi-arid regions where irrigation is a contributory factor.
This book assesses the extent, human causes and management of salinization. Managing the invisible: Groundwater salinity in coastal areas Written by Tibor Stigter, on 6 September Around 40% of the world’s population lives within km of the coastline.
With the numbers increasing rapidly, the pressure on coastal freshwater. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: salinization. Soil Salinity and Management.
Leaching: To reduce salt accumulation in the root zone irrigation water and drainage systems can be used to wash salts down the soil profile.
Resort (if possible) to growing crops or varieties with tolerance to salinity. Use crop residues as mulch to reduce water loss from evaporation. Managing the salinization and drainage problems of irrigated areas through remote sensing and GIS techniques.
Author links open overlay panel. AjaySingh. Get rights and content. Although water erosion is the dominant human-induced soil degradation process, an extent of million km2 suffers from secondary salinization caused by land mismanagement, with 58% of these in irrigated areas alone, and nearly 20% of all irrigated land is salt affected (Ghassemi et al., ).
Irrigation Management at the Farm Level. Sustainable irrigation management and prevention of salt and sodium accumulation require solid planning, appropriate equipment, and monitoring.
A first step is to build the soil so it optimizes water use by the crop. It also reviews the public and private sector interventions made in the past for the management of saline and waterlogged soils in the Pakistan.
The lessons learned and future perspectives of managing salt-affected and waterlogged soils are also the foci of this paper. 2. Irrigation development in the Indus Basin.from book Water Resource Systems Planning and Management salinization from irrigation return flows, infestations of exotic plant and animals, excessive fish harvesting, flood plain and habitat.The soil salinization process occurs when the mineralization of the soil solution exceeds a certain threshold under the influence of a physical mechanism.
Depending on the intensity of salinization and alkalinization processes, various agronomic techniques can be applied to remediate saline soils, at varying time and space scales.