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Review of Research and Development Needs in Irrigation and Drainage. Iptrid

John Skutsch

Review of Research and Development Needs in Irrigation and Drainage. Iptrid

Knowledge Synthesis Report No. 2--February 2001 (Iptrid Knowledge Synthesis Reports)

by John Skutsch

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Published by Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN (FA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Management of land & natural resources

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12899916M
    ISBN 10925104564X
    ISBN 109789251045640
    OCLC/WorldCa48389216

    Chin: Topics that incorporate the latest technological innovations in irrigation and drainage engineering are needed, as well as improved hydrological models for abstraction and runoff computation. Technological innovations such as the development and application of robust autonomous systems with real-time links to mathematical models and field. Chapter 4F: Irrigation Water Management Soil-Water-Plant Relationships Effective and efficient irrigation begins with a basic understanding of the relation-ships among soil, water, and plants. Figure 4f-2 illustrates the on-farm hydrologic cycle for irrigated lands, and Table 4f-1 provides definitions of several terms associated with irrigation. -iii -ABSTRACT This book is in the nature of a primer, providing a basic review and analysis of the principles governing soil-crop-water-climate relationships, irrigation, and the. is a crucial first step in establishing the entrepreneurial smallholder irrigation. The changing face of irrigation in Kenya is truly exemplified by this movement. This book raises many issues while pointing to several promising areas as the way forward. Many countries in the region face similar problems and we hope this book will be of value.


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Review of Research and Development Needs in Irrigation and Drainage. Iptrid by John Skutsch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Review of research and development needs in irrigation and drainage vii Summary The World Water Vision foras expressed by the World Water Council (WWC, ), was motivated by the growing global water crisis. Throughout large parts of the world, limits on the available water resources are in sight.

Get this from a library. Review of research and development needs in irrigation and drainage. [J C Skutsch; J R Rydzewski; International Programme for Technology and Research in Irrigation and Drainage.

Secretariat.]. The International Programme for Technology and Research in Irrigation and Drainage (IPTRID) was established in to promote technology and research in and by developing countries. The purpose of this review is to highlight areas where research and development can improve performance and identify gaps in knowledge.

Description: The International Programme for Technology and Research in Irrigation and Drainage (IPTRID) was established in to promote technology and research in and by developing countries.

The purpose of this review is to highlight areas where research and development can improve performance and identify gaps in knowledge. International Research Program for Irrigation and Drainage (IRPID) is conceptualized as a program for developing and implementing research agenda in the irrigation and drainage sector to meet the challenges of water security and food security.

Vision “Intensify Irrigation and Drainage Research to Achieve Global Food Security” 2. Mission. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

irrigation and drainage. It informs readers about IPTRID activities and about research and development in irrigation and drainage with a view to stimulating international debate on these issues.

GRID is produced for professionals working or having an interest in irrigation and drainage projects in developing countries. It covers. Published five times a year, the Journal is a prestigious peer-reviewed publication and enables ICID to accomplish its objectives of publishing original papers on scientific, engineering, environmental and socio-economic issues associated with irrigation, drainage and flood management in a clear, concise and uniform style that is easily.

The Research and Technology section deals with modern irrigation in France and a fertigation device from Egypt. One may also read about the role of GIS in rural development.

In the Forum, a discussion on water and livestock should interest you, as well. Finally, our Book Review touches on water lifting devices. Irrigation and Drainage is the official journal of the International Commission on the Irrigation and Drainage (ICID).

Irrigation and Drainage publish a number of Special Issues and Supplements throughout the year. Click here to browse our most recent Special Issue. Congratulations to the selected winners of the Best Paper Award.

Capacity needs assessment methodology and processes By Melvyn KAY, Consultant to IPTRID/FAO Tom Franks, Senior Lecturer, Bradford Center for International Development and Sonia Tato, Technical Officer, IPTRID/FAO INTRODUCTION In Septembera one-day workshop was organized on Capacity Building in Irrigation, DrainageFile Size: KB.

• direct available research resources to areas of priority need. • promote the application of research output in the developing world through training and the development of appropriate management tools. The International Program for Technology Research in Irrigation and Drainage (IPTRID) has identified national research needs in missions.

Development Policy Review is a refereed journal that focuses on the links between research and policy in international development. The Editors welcome original contributions on any aspect of development policy from all social science disciplines.

The study was funded by the Research Committee of the World Bank and managed by the International Program for Technology Research in Irrigation and Drainage (IPTRID) and the Agricultural and Rural Development Department.

The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) participated in developing the initial research proposal and. The current irrigation development in Ethiopia is about Mha, and the performance of the existing schemes is not well understood.

As the country is planning to expand irrigated agriculture in the next five years, it will be useful to review existing performance and to identify areas for interventions that help revitalize underperforming by: The benefits of irrigation and drainage are thus obvious.

They are critical to food security as well as to the agricultural intensification needed to protect natural areas. Concerns with climate change, which is resulting in greater occurrences of deficits and excesses of precipitation, will increase pressure for more irrigation and drainage.

Ethiopia has an important opportunity in water-led development, but it needs to address critical challenges in the planning, design, delivery, and maintenance of its irrigation systems if it is to.

WG on Standardization of Notations of technical terms used exclusively in irrigation and drainage engineering () Review Committee on Special Session on Likely Irrigated Agriculture of AD () Working Group on Identification of Research Needs on future development research ().

Overview Aims and Scope. Grass and Forage Science is a major English language journal that publishes the results of research and development in all aspects of grass and forage production, management and utilization; reviews of the state of knowledge on relevant topics; and book reviews.

Authors are also invited to submit papers on non-agricultural aspects of grassland. Performance Benchmarking in the Irrigation and Drainage Sector Experiences to date and Conclusions OD iv R. abcd Summary continued charged with the management of irrigation and drainage infrastructure. However, performance benchmarking cannot, in isolation, bring about significant reform of the irrigation and drainage by: 3.

Irrigation and Agricultural Development compiles selected papers presented at the International Expert Consultation held in Baghdad, Iraq from February 24 to March 1, This book addresses the technical, economic, and institutional problems connected with the development and utilization of irrigation water for agricultural production.

The need to linkmaintenance inputs to hydraulic performance isclearly important, as is the need toprioritize inputs in terms of both cost andexpected impact on performance.

Thefunding of maintenance is closely linked toasset management so that water user groupscan develop long-term strategies forprioritizing and financing by: 8. irrigation and drainage prac-tices, more research will be essential for solving both existing and emerging prob-lems.

The Agricultural Research Service (ARS) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Agriculture responsible for developing and improving irrigation and drainage tech-nologies and management practices.

With advice from. IPTRID () Programme Review and Future Prospects, International Programme for Technology Research in Irrigation and Drainage, World Bank, Washington DC, USA, 49 p. Google Scholar Kruse, E.G., Willardson, L., Ayars, J.

() On-farm irrigation and drainage practices, Agricultural salinity assessment and by: 3. AIMS. Irrigation and Drainage is the official journal of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID).

The objectives of the ICID are to advance the science and art of irrigation, drainage and flood management. Published five times a year, the Journal is a prestigious peer-reviewed publication and enables ICID to accomplish its objectives of publishing original.

A critical review of recent studies on irrigation systems and developments in Ethiopia was conducted from the historical point of view up to the present and the future. This review.

Sixth Edition represents the most comprehensive reference book ever published on the evolution of irrigation systems and the many facets of irrigation systems, technologies and practices.

It is a must-have reference for all water managers and those interested in advancing their professional knowledge or seeking certification. Overview Aims and Scope. The Journal of Agrarian Change is the leading journal of agrarian political economy.

It promotes investigation of the social relations and dynamics of production, property and power in agrarian formations and their processes of.

Phocaides A () Handbook on pressurized irrigation techniques. 2 nd ed. FAO Water Development and Management Unit and International Programme for technology and research in irrigation and drainage (IPTRID), : Ioannis L. Tsirogiannis, Francesco Orsini, Paulo Luz. 9 Irrigation Drainage INTRODUCTION Irrigation and drainage go together.

Lack of an adequate drainage network in an irrigation command which can dispose-off the surplus surface and subsurface flow induced by losses from canal systems in conjunction with rain water disturbs the favourable water balance and causes gradual rise of watertable.

This paper presents a review of the drainage development needs and prospects in developing countries and of the problems which need to be overcome.

A distinction is made between the developments in the temperate, the (semi) arid zone and the (semi) humid zone. It is argued that the low level of attention given to drainage in the past may well have been justified in view of Cited by: 9.

IPTRID acti6ities The Consultative Group meeting of the International Programme for Technology and Research in Irrigation and Drainage (IPTRID) was held in Rome, Italy on 9â 10 May The various activities of IPTRID, like technology dissemination, preparation of research programmes, formulation of research projects, and capacity building.

The International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage is dedicated to enhancing the worldwide supply of food and fibre for all people by improving water and land management and the productivity of irrigated and drained lands through appropriate management of water, environment and application of irrigation, drainage and flood management techniques.

IPTRID stands for International Programme for Technology and Research in Irrigation and Drainage (UN Food and Agriculture Organization). IPTRID is defined as International Programme for Technology and Research in Irrigation and Drainage (UN Food and Agriculture Organization) somewhat frequently.

ICID's upcoming activities for sustainable irrigated agriculture ICID's upcoming activities for sustainable irrigated agriculture ICIDâ S UPCOMING ACTIVITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE Central Office  ICID supports food security and promotes methods to conserve water, increase the productivity per unit of.

Different groups of hydrants or configurations operate simultaneously in on-demand pressurized irrigation systems, generating different flow regimes.

The varieties of flow regimes cause a variability in hydrant pressure and consequently an adequate analysis of the hydraulic performance of the system is needed for better operation and adequate management.

A reliable performance assessment needs Cited by: The IPTRID, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), the World Bank, the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) have laid an emphasis on measuring performance in the irrigation and drainage sector as a way of achieving sustainable development in by: 1.

AbstractPro-poor growth program has not been effective reducing poverty in Papua because the government does not have complete information about the spatial variation of poverty-causing factors (spatial heterogeneity).

Therefore, this study will analyze poverty-causing factors using Geographically Weighted Regression (GWR) model. This study finds that the influence of the Author: Ribut Nurul Tri Wahyuni, Arie Damayanti. 26 1 Water Resources Planning and Management: An Overview Fig.

The Lower Mekong River Basin including Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia and the Mekong Delta in Vietnam Planning and Management. With a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the University of Michigan, he has over 30 years of experience in research and policy analysis in agriculture and economic development.

Whereas irrigation and drainage are intended to address the shortage and surplus of soil water, respectively, an important aspect to address is also the management of salinity. Plants have a limited tolerance for soil water salinity, and despite significant gaps in our practical knowledge, an impression of acceptable salinities is available for many : Sjoerd E.A.T.M.

van der Zee, Sija F. Stofberg, Xiaomei Yang, Yu Liu, Md. Nazrul Islam, Yin Fei Hu.The rapid irrigation development of the early and mid decades of the twentieth century, mostly implemented without providing for proper irrigation water management and drainage, has left a .Experience in South Africa to date has been that short furrow flood irrigation is more sustainable than equivalent irrigation using sprinklers (IPTRID-FAO, ).

Crop production Cereals and grains are South Africa's most important crops, occupying more than 60% of area under cultivation especially corn (FAO, ).