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Analysis of effective factors on agricultural water management in Iran

REFERENCES B agheri R., H esam M., K iani A.R., H ezarjaribi A. 2014. Emitters subsurface distribution of soil moisture the soil in different tissues. Iranian Journal of Irrigation and Drainage. No. 3(9) p. 309–407. [In Persian]. D abiri F., K hoshnevis Y azdi S., Z andi F. 2013. Agriculture productivity effects on the Iran economic growth. Journal of Economics and Business Research. No. 4(5) p. 17–31. [In Persian]. F orrest T.I. 2002. Principles of on-from water management [online]. Florida Cooperative Extension Services, Institute of

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Community engagement for irrigation water management in Lao PDR

REFERENCES ADB 2015. Feasibility study for Nam Haad irrigation rehabilitation [online]. [Access 03.01.2017]. Available at: https://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/linked-documents/42203-02-lao-oth-01.pdf A lan G.D. 2016. Radio stations in the Lao Democratic People’s Republic [online]. [Access 01.02.2017]. Available at: http://www.asiawaves.net/lao-radio.htm C epuder P., N olz R. 2007. Irrigation management by means of soil moisture sensor technologies. Journal of Water and Land Development. No. 11 p. 79–90. D ymerska A., G rabowska

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Elements of water management planning according to EU Water Framework Directive in the catchment of Upper Narew

the Cracow Technical University. Typology of surface waters and Identification of surface water and groundwater bodies under the Provisions of the WFD 2000/60/EC; 2004. Consortium: Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Institute of Environmental Protection, National Institute of Geology, Maritime Institute. G3 Guidelines - Planning water management in Poland under the provisions of the Water Framework Directive, 2005. Technical Assistance in the Implementation of WFD 2000/60/EC in Poland. Warszawa

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Stakeholder engagement in a water user association for agricultural irrigation management in the villages in Indonesia

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Modelling the impact of design rainfall on the urban drainage system by Storm Water Management Model

REFERENCES B ellos V., T sakiris G. 2015. Comparing various methods of building representation for 2D flood modelling in built-up areas. Water Resources Management. Vol. 29 p. 379–397. B ezak N., Š raj M., R usjan S., M ikoš M. 2018. Impact of the rainfall duration and temporal rainfall distribution defined using the Huff curves on the hydraulic flood modelling results. Geosciences. Vol. 8. Iss. 2 69 pp. 15. DOI 10.3390/geosciences8020069. B urger G., S itzenfrei R., K leidorfer M., R auch W. 2014. Parallel flow routing in SWMM5

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Multicriteria approach for selecting the most vulnerable watershed for developing a management plan/ Użycie wielu kryteriów do wyboru najbardziej wrażliwej zlewni w projektowaniu planu zarządzania

References ARNETTE A., ZOBEL C., BOSCH D., PEASE J., METCALFE T. 2010. Stakeholder ranking of watershed goals with the vector analytic hierarchy process: Effects of participant grouping scenarios. Environmental Modelling and Software. Vol. 25 p. 1459-1469. BALOCH M.A., TANEK A.E. 2008. development of an integrated watershed management strategy for resource conservation in Balochistan Province of Pakistan. Desalination. Vol. 226 p. 38-46. BELTON V., STEWART T.J. 2001. Multiple criteria decision analysis: an

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Contribution to flood risk management by the IRIP method at the level of Gareat El Taref catchment, Constantine’s highlands, North-East of Algeria

REFERENCES A rgence S., L ambert D., R ichard E., S ohne N., C haboureau J., C repin F., A rbogast P. 2006. High resolution numerical study of the Algiers 2001 flash flood: sensitivity to the upper-level potential vorticity anomaly. Advances in Geosciences. Vol. 7 p. 251–257. A roua N., B erezowska -A zzag E. 2013. Le risque intrinsèque à la gestion locale des risques liés à l’eau en Algérie [The intrinsic risk to local management of water risks in Algeria] [online]. Revue Géographique de l’Est. Vol. 53. Iss. 1–2. [Access 30

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Effect of two management techniques applied to the reduction of Juncus maritimus (Lam.) abundance in a selected temporary wetland

pond vegetation in North Africa (Eastern Numidia, N.E. Algeria)]. Ecologia Mediterranea. Vol. 31. Iss. 1 p. 83–100. D err J.F. 2008. Common reed ( Phragmites australis ) response to mowing and herbicide application. Invasive Plant Science and Management. Vol. 1. Iss. 1 p. 12–16. DOI 10.1614/IPSM-07-001.1. D utoit T., G erbaud E., O urcival J. M., R oux M., A lard D. 2001. Recherche prospective sur la dualité entre caractéristiques morphologiques et capacités de compétition des végétaux: le cas des espèces adventices et du blé [Prospective research

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Irrigation management by means of soil moisture sensor technologies

Irrigation management by means of soil moisture sensor technologies

Water is a sensitive and limited resource, mainly in intensively used agricultural areas in Austria, where groundwater is used as drinking water as well as for irrigation purposes. In order to guarantee a sustainable use of irrigation water, soil water measurement devices can be used to optimise irrigation, which means that controlling the soil water content in the entire root system may prevent water stress due to water deficiency on the one hand, and over wetting on the other hand. Furthermore, losses of nutrients due to leaching can be avoided. Several research studies on that topic were initiated during the last few years. The soil water status on selected fields planted with different crops (onions, carrots, sugar beets, sweet maize, zucchini) was monitored continuously by FDR (Frequency Domain Reflectometry) soil water measurement devices. Sensors in different depths measure the plant water uptake in the root zone under standard irrigation practices on different sites and different soils, respectively. The deepest sensor is installed to avoid deep percolation caused by over irrigation. By means of these data, irrigation could be regulated based on the actual plant water requirements to keep the soil water content within an ideal range for crop development.

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Water management and flood protection of the polders in the Netherlands under the impact of climate change and man-induced changes in land use

References Boetzelaer M. Van, Schultz B., 2005a. Historical development of approaches and standards for flood protection along the Netherlands part of River Rhine. In: Proc. History Workshop Frankfurt am Oder, Germany, 19 May 2005. Boetzelaer M. Van, Schultz B., 2005b. Recent developments in flood management strategies and approaches in the Netherlands. In: Proc. 2 nd Yellow River Forum, 17-20 October 2005, Zhengzhou, China. Bruin D. de, Schultz B., 2003. A simple start with far

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