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The impact of cultivation techniques on the evaporation from bare soils was investigated in the laboratory. Two soil-types, which are important resources for rainfed cultivation of olives and almonds in semi-arid regions, were selected: a loamy sand soil and a stony (loam) soil. Evaporation from...
The analysis of water management in irrigated districts is highly relevant. The present work highlights the principal irrigation management problems of the irrigation district of Almudévar, a representative surface irrigation district located in the northeast of Spain. The predominant irrigation...
The deterministic field scale model DRAINMOD was tested in an experiment on subsurface pipe drainage in the Veneto region, in an environment of NE Italy characterised by the presence of a shallow water table in a flat area. The objective was to determine whether a minimal set of field data would...
Measurements of saturated hydraulic conductivity ( K s ) in the field are costly, time-consuming, and relatively cumbersome, chiefly as hydraulic conductivity exhibits a large spatial variability, so that it becomes difficult to find accurate representative values to correctly predict soil-water...
The present study aims to find out an optimum policy for pumping out the optimized volume of groundwater obtained from the authors' earlier Two Level Optimization Model (N.K. Garg, A. Ali, 1998. Two level optimization model for Lower Indus Basin. Agric. Water Manage. 36, 1–21) for the Dadu...
Surface irrigation simulation models have seldom been used in engineering practise, and district modernisation is not an exception. Surface irrigation evaluations were performed in the Almudévar irrigation district to obtain the parameters required for surface irrigation modelling. The total...
For the Penman–Monteith equation to be used to predict crop evapotranspiration in a one-step approach, methodologies for determining surface resistance ( r s ) must be available. One usual approach to the modelling of r s is to compute it by inverting the Penman–Monteith equation and then...
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