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This title was first published in 1982: Overview of Irrigation

Author: Herman J. Finkel

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351081092

Category: Science

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This title was first published in 1982: Overview of Irrigation
2019-01-14 By Herman J. Finkel

This book was first published in 1983. It provides a comprehensive overview of irrigation technologies, techniques and economics, tailored to a multitude of different crops.

Author: herman J. Finkel

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351081108

Category: Science

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This book was first published in 1983. It provides a comprehensive overview of irrigation technologies, techniques and economics, tailored to a multitude of different crops.
2019-01-10 By herman J. Finkel

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Author: Chemical Rubber Company

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ISBN: OCLC:1123525263

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Author: Herman J. Finkel

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Yield response of corn to deficit irrigation in a semiarid climate. Agricultural Water Management ... Animal Feed Science and Technology 141 (3–4), 209–219.

Author: Mohammad Albaji

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000090802

Category: Technology & Engineering

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The Handbook of Irrigation System Selection for Semi-Arid Regions compares the various types of available irrigation systems for different regions and conditions, and explains how to analyze field data to determine the suitability of the land for surface, sprinkle, or drip irrigation systems. The book focuses on strategies for irrigation development and management and examines deficit irrigation and partial root-zone drying systems. Also, solute leaching modeling under different irrigation systems, soil moisture conditions, and organic fertilizer application in arid areas are discussed. Further, it examines multi-criteria decision making for irrigation management and the appraisal of agricultural lands for irrigation in hot, sub-humid regions. Features: Presents comparative analysis to aid in the selection of the most appropriate types of irrigation systems according to land characteristics. Includes numerous practical case studies. Offers parametric evaluation systems for irrigation purposes. Considers data from semi-arid zones, each with different sub-climates. Focusing on semi-arid land, the book highlights parametric evaluation systems for irrigation purposes, along with the use of analytical hierarchy processes integrated with GIS to determine which systems are best suited. This comprehensive and well-illustrated handbook will be of great interest to students, professionals, and researchers involved with all aspects of irrigation in semi-arid regions.
2020-07-22 By Mohammad Albaji

Author: H. J. Finkel

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1982 By H. J. Finkel

Author: Chemical Rubber Company (Cleveland, Ohio)

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The objective of this handbook is to provide a practical guide for irrigation and agriculture technicians and extension workers in the field.

Author: Andreas Phocaides

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org

ISBN: UOM:39015052404822

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Irrigated agriculture has been an extremely important source of food production over recent decades. Food requirements will increase in future, while global water resources are limited. Therefore, making the best use of water for agriculture and improving irrigation efficiency are prerequisites for the future. Shifting from surface irrigation to pressurised irrigation will contribute substantially to these goals. The objective of this handbook is to provide a practical guide for irrigation and agriculture technicians and extension workers in the field. The ring binder format of the handbook will permit future update of individual chapters, which may become necessary with the rapid changing pressurised irrigation technology.

V.1, t.87.00448: The importance and extent of irregation in the world.

Author: H.J. FINKEL (ed)

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V.1, t.87.00448: The importance and extent of irregation in the world. Soil-water relationships. Plant-water relationships. Water requirements of crops and irregation rates. Soil salinity and water quality. Hydraulics of open channels. Measurement channel flow. Pipe flow. Sprinkler irrigation. Drip irrigation. Pumps and pumping. Gravity irrigation. v.2, t.87.00449: Land grading. Drainage of irrigated fields. Criteria for the choise of irrigation method. Health hazards of irrigation. Economics and costing of irrigation. Automated computerized irrigation. Irrigation management and scheduling. The irrigation of cotton. Irrigation of sugar crops. Irrigation of oil crops. Irrigation of cereal crops. Irrigation of alfafa. Irrigation of citrus.

1-2) (set) R.L. Arya — Greenhouse Engineering R.A. Aldrich — Ground Water Manual a Water Resources Technical Publication USDI — Handbook on Pressurized ...

Author: R.J. Patel

Publisher: Scientific Publishers

ISBN: 9789389184235

Category: Technology & Engineering

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The irrigation water is considered as the essential input for crop production. Over exploitation of natural water resources has caused a menace for the future human generations. The depletion of underground water table in high productivity areas and under utilization of the water resources in rain fed areas of the country, poor irrigation efficiency and high seepage losses from conveyance system, poor land development and mismanagement of the irrigation water resources has acquired alarming proportions. As the share of water for agriculture in future is going to reduce, there will be tremendous pressure to produce more per drop of water in order to meet the food and other requirements of burgeoning population of the country. The existing irrigation water resources are not utilized judiciously and their mismanagement has lead to problems like low production efficiency, salinization, water logging and degradation of land. To manage these problems and increase the production efficiency of irrigation, it is pertinent to adopt judicious methods of irrigation water use, by efficient on-farm irrigation management based on scientific approach. Therefore, a comprehensive knowledge of available soil moisture and its constants, scheduling and quality of irrigation water and proper drainage techniques is crucial. This manual on irrigation engineering is an attempt to fulfil this urgent need as it covers all major aspects of irrigation water management. Although, manual is meant primarily for the students of agricultural universities, yet it will provide valuable basic information and guide to the scientific community and field functionaries.
2019-06-10 By R.J. Patel

Handbook of Irrigation Technology. Vol. 1. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Inc. Jensen, M. E. (1980). Design and Operation of Farm Irrigation Systems.

Author: Barrett Hazeltine

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080469805

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Field Guide to Appropriate Technology is an all-in-one "hands-on guide" for nontechnical and technical people working in less developed communities. It has been developed and designed with a prestigious team of authors, each of whom has worked extensively in developing societies throughout the world. This field guide includes: Step-by-step instructions and illustrations showing how to build and maintain a vast array of appropriate technology systems and devices Unique coverage on healthcare, basic business and project management, principles of design, promotion, scheduling, training, microlending, and more Teachers, doctors, construction workers, forest and agricultural specialists, scientists and healthcare workers, and religious and government representatives will find this book a first source for advice Step-by-step instructions and illustrations showing how to build and maintain a vast array of appropriate technology systems and devices Unique coverage on healthcare, basic business and project management, principles of design, promotion, scheduling, training, microlending, and more Teachers, doctors, construction workers, forest and agricultural specialists, scientists and healthcare workers, and religious and government representatives will find this book a first source for advice
2003-04-09 By Barrett Hazeltine

This title was first published in 1982: Overview of Irrigation

Author: Herman J. Finkel

Publisher: CRC PressI Llc

ISBN: 0849332311

Category: Nature

Page: 369

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This title was first published in 1982: Overview of Irrigation

Author: Herman J. Finkel

Publisher: CRC PressI Llc

ISBN: 084933232X

Category: Nature

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1982-12 By Herman J. Finkel

Elsevier Science Publishers, Netherlands. 383 pp. Nir, D. 1982. Drip irrigation. In Finkel, iH.J., ed., Handbook of irrigation technology, vol. 1.

Author: Ozay Mehmet

Publisher: IDRC

ISBN: 9780889369535

Category: Social Science

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Modern and Traditional Irrigation Technologies in the Eastern Mediterranean
2002 By Ozay Mehmet

Dov Nir ( 1983 ) , Drip Irrigation , In Finkel , H.J. editor , Handbook of Irrigation Technology , Pub . CRS Press , Florida , USA , pp . 247-298 .

Author: A M Michael

Publisher: Vikas Publishing House

ISBN: 8125918671

Category: Technology & Engineering

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It is a comprehensive treatise on Water Resources Development and Irrigation Management. For the last 30 years the book has enjoyed the status of an definitive textbook on the subject. It has now been thoroughly revised and updated, and thus substantially enlarged. In addition to the wholesale revision of the existing chapters, three new chapters have been added to the book, namely, ‘Lift Irrigation Systems and their Design’, Water Requirement of Crops and Irrigation Management’, and ‘Economic Evaluation of Irrigation Projects and Water Pricing Policy’.
2009-11 By A M Michael

Handbook of Irrigation Technology. Volume I, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, 369 pp. Finkel, H.J., 1982. Handbook of Irrigation Technology.

Author: F.S. Nakayama

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780444600967

Category: Technology & Engineering

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An entirely new agricultural technology, trickle or drip irrigation, began its development in the early 1960's. Initial progress was sporadic even though the advantages in water management with trickle systems were recognized. Operators were reluctant to use the system because of its high initial cost and questions regarding its reliability. Once the main problems were isolated and solutions developed to make the system reliable, rapid acceptance by the growers resulted. Today, trickle irrigation is being used on crops that were earlier considered to be uneconomical. This multi-purpose handbook brings together current knowledge from various engineering and scientific disciplines (crop, hydraulic, irrigation and soil sciences) needed for understanding the trickle irrigation system for crop production. The two dozen contributors are experts on the various subjects, which range from the basic to the more practical aspects of trickle irrigation. Major topics include design, operation and management - with individual chapters covering historical development, emitter construction and clogging, system design, water and salt distribution, automation, water treatment, irrigation scheduling, maintenance, fertilization and salinity. The book greatly expands the scope of research papers, reviews, extension bulletins, and updates earlier text with new information on trickle systems. A multi-disciplinary approach has been taken on a multi-faceted subject. The material contained in the book is the most comprehensive yet developed on the topic. Illustrative sample problems and solutions provide field operators and extension personnel with information needed to install and maintain trickle systems. As it is up-to-date, it is useful as a teaching and reference source for students, manufacturers and irrigation system operators as well as irrigation and crop specialists, and consultants.
2012-12-02 By F.S. Nakayama

Finkel, H.J. Handbook of Irrigation Technology. Boca Raton, FL, 1983. Hurt, R.D. Agricultural Technology in the Twentieth Century. Manhattan, 1991.

Author: Colin Hempstead

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135455514

Category: Reference

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Comprised of 395 essays arranged alphabetically, most on individual objects, artifacts, techniques, and products, this is an up-to-date reference work for all those involved in teaching or researching the history of twentieth-century technology, as well as the serious general reader. The core of each of the main entries is a technical description, within a historical narrative, of about 1,000 words plus illustrations and further reading. There are also about 30 longer survey entries that that address broad questions of technological systems, such as the context in which the various technologies were developed, discussions of any controversies and schools of thought, comparisons between different political and economics systems, and the various ways in which different nations have attempted to make and apply science and technology policies.
2005-08-08 By Colin Hempstead

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