2 edition of Farm-level water management in selected Asian countries found in the catalog.
Farm-level water management in selected Asian countries
|Contributions||Asian Productivity Organization.|
|LC Classifications||S616.A78 F37 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||83210659|
• Irrigation water losses Management Irrigation water losses are another issue which contributes to the estimation of gross irrigation water requirement. In conventional method of water losses or irrigation efficiencies evaluation, at farm level, any deep percolation to the soil. parts of the country. Water pollution is increasing and many aquatic ecosystems are in decline. The threat of climate change only increases this burden. The paper describes the key water challenges facing China, the steps being taken to introduce a new stringent water resources management system, and the experiences so far in introducing.
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Farm-level water management in selected Asian countries. Tokyo: Asian Productivity Organization, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Asian Productivity Organization.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "APO project code OSM//" Description. Farm-level water management in selected Asian countries; report of a Multi-Country Study Mission, Jun, Author: Tokyo (Japan) Asian Productivity Organization. Managing Water on China's Farms: Institutions, Policies and the Transformation of Irrigation under Scarcity.
is a comprehensive and current look at the water shortage problems in China. While China has emerged as a major player in the world economy, water is the most critical factor that limits the country’s further growth. Water Management in Asia 4 2. BACKGROUND Water is a global and crucial issue, it is, directly and indirectly, the first cause of death and disease on the world.
Water is essential for the production of food from agriculture. More than a billion of people do not have access to drinking water, rural and peri urban areas being mostly faced by this. Farm-Level Water Management Rice-Based Farming Systems in the Philippines.
Farm-Level Water Management for Rice-Based Farming Systems in the Philippines. Tabbal. Assistant Scientist, Soil and Water Sciences Division International Rice Research Institute, Los Barios, hguna. : D. Tabbal, R. Undan, M. Alagcan, R. Lampayan, S. Bhuiyan, T. Woodhead.
Water resources management in Asia (English) Abstract. The report has three objectives: to describe the situation confronting the region's borrowers; devise approaches to better deal with the present and future water related problems that effects their well-being; and equip the staff to actively participate Cited by: country or between countries.
The upstream - downstream water sharing challenge is growing and in several regions it is increasingly necessary to include conflict prevention measures.
In many semi-arid or arid countries the main water source is a transboundary resource, a river system, a lake or a groundwater Size: KB. To maintain optimal health, the Institute of Medicine advises that men consume roughly liters (about 16 cups) of total water a day and women consume liters (about 12 cups) of total water a day.
So water quality should be grow faster day by day in order to maintain people ‘s health. Community-Based Water Law and Water Resource Management Reform in Developing Countries ed. B van Koppen, M Giordano, and J Butterworth, CABI Publication, Wallingford UK and Cambridge MA USA, The lack of sufficient access to clean water is a common problem faced by communities, efforts to alleviate poverty and gender inequality and improve.
The climate change paradigm and water pollution have added additional focus on water resources. The book "Practices of Irrigation and On-farm Water Management" (Volume 2) is a true textbook for.
Asian Water Development Outlook iii Contents APWF Foreword v ADB Foreword vi About AWDO viii New Insights on Water Security in Asia Asit K.
Biswas I. The Changing Water Management Landscape in Asia 1 II. Water-related Trends 12 III. Urban Water Management 23 IV. Ways Forward 32 Appendix IDWA: Index of Drinking Water Adequacy 41 Annexes.
Asia's 48 countries have an estimated billion urban population and billion people in rural areas (or approximately 60 per cent of the global population). Divided into central, eastern, southern, south-eastern and western regions, the continent is also extremely heterogeneous in terms of water.
According to the comprehensive assessment on water management in agriculture (), improving rainfed farming could double or quadruple yield. One main reason why yield gaps exist is that farmers do not have sufficient economic incentives to adopt yield enhancing seeds or cropping techniques.
Water resources management in Central Asia Núm cooperation requires the states’ substantial commitment to pave the way toward a coherent regional water-management pact to govern long-term use of Central Asian water resources.
Before examining the current situation in. Asian water supplies sector as a whole is dynamic. For this reason, some of the data in this book might soon be out of date, but the principles outlined are expected to apply for some time.
In those instances where cities and countries (such as Manila and India) are named, itCited by: policy of agricultural water management. In all cases, manuscripts must address implications and provide insight regarding agricultural water management. The primary topics that we consider are the following: • Farm-level and regional water management • Crop water relations, crop yields and water.
Land and Water Resource Management in Asia. Challenges for climate adaptation. Stephen Tyler and Liz Fajber. January Background Paper for the Asia Regional Meeting of the Dialogue on Climate Change Adaptation for Land and Water Management, January 19–21,Hanoi, Vietnam.
Pakistan - On Farm Water Management Project (English) Abstract. The On-Farm Water Management Project seeks to increase agricultural production by increasing the availability and efficient utilization of irrigation water at the farm level through improved water management practices.
Under an assumption of 4 ha ( × m) field size, water consumption of the whole crop-shelterbelt system was higher for all crops investigated except for pear.
The results suggest that shelterbelts may play a role in improving water resource management in Central Asia in the context of water demanding crops, like corn or cotton. Scope. To a layman 'farm management' probably means just that - a body of activities and procedures carried out by a farmer in the ongoing management of his or her farm and for which advice may be available from professional specialists in farm management.
1 To an extent this is correct (as per farm management in Field A of Section ) but, more broadly, farm management as considered. The journal publishes papers of international significance relating to the science, economics, and policy of agricultural water management. In all cases, manuscripts must address implications and provide insight regarding agricultural water management.
The primary topics that we consider are the following: • Farm-level and regional water.The primary topics that we consider are the following: • Farm-level and regional water management • Crop water relations, crop yields and water productivity • Irrigation, drainage, and salinity in cultivated areas • Salinity management and strategies for improving the use of saline water in agriculture • Rainwater harvesting and crop.Water resources in most countries are managed within river basins, and river basins provide a better basis for managing water resources than administrative boundaries.
Hence, the Strategy will promote a river basin approach to integrated water and land management, to complement administrative arrangements based on provinces, districts etc. Size: KB.