3 edition of Efficiency and equity in management of agricultural water supplies found in the catalog.
Efficiency and equity in management of agricultural water supplies
Richard E. Howitt
by University of California, Davis, Dept. of Agricultural Economics in [Davis]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 28-29.
|Statement||Richard E. Howitt, William D. Watson and Carole Frank Nuckton.|
|Series||Information series - Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics ; 79-1, Bulletin - Division of Agricultural Sciences, University of California ; 1892, Information series (Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics) ;, 79-1., Bulletin (University of California (System). Division of Agricultural Sciences) ;, 1892.|
|Contributions||Watson, William D., joint author., Nuckton, Carole Frank, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD9000.1 .C3 no. 79-1, S494.5.W3 .C3 no. 79-1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||79624329|
Irrigation and Water Management Policy Highlights 3 Table of Contents More than a dozen countries have renewable water supplies at less than m3 per capita per year, a level at which water availability becomes a severe constraint on Increased efficiency in water use need not incur tradeoffs in equity or poverty reduction. • First manage rain – the ultimate source of water – then address water withdrawals from rivers and groundwater. • Agriculture in production landscapes – integrated ecosystemagroecosystem linkages and multiple use concept. 2. Improve access to agricultural water and its Size: 3MB.
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Efficiency also applies to policies involving the re-allocation of water between different users, e.g. within the agricultural sector, or from agriculture to municipal or environmental use. Re-allocation to higher-value uses produces net social benefits corresponding to the difference between the value of water in its old and new uses. CONSULTANT REPORT Agricultural Water Energy Efficiency Final Report APRIL CEC Prepared for: California Energy Commission Prepared by: Irrigation Training and Research CenterFile Size: 8MB.
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2File Size: 1MB. A report from the Center for Irrigation Technology, Agricultural Water Use in California: A Update, refuted much of the Pacific Institute’s findings, estimating the potential of new water from agricultural water use efficiency to be far less at %, or approximatelyacre-feet per year.
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Agricultural water use efficiency can be improved by minimizing soil evaporation losses relative to plant transpiration in the field. The ability to quantify soil evaporation and plant transpiration provides information on irrigation amount for specific crop types and growth stages, which play key roles in the conservation and management of water.
If water transfers are to be used as one mechanism of responsive water management, the equity issues related to area-of-origin impacts will require continued attention. California enacted area-of-origin protection laws in the s partly in response to Los Angeles' controversial efforts to export water from the Owens Valley.
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doi: / Farmers who build good soil health—by planting cover crops, for example—can improve their water efficiency as well; even small increases in organic matter can help the soil hold more water.
Agricultural water management is multidimensional in both the scale and types of access rights, as Table reveals. There are various rights for water, land, infrastructure and. We found that most management measures contribute to better water use efficiency by improving water availability to the crop while reducing unproductive water losses.
The main effect of crop, soil and irrigation management is an increase of the transpiration component in relation to runoff, soil evaporation and by: 9. The book serves as a complete source of information on efficiency indices and sustainability indicators followed in different branches of agricultural management research like nutrient, water and weed management, cropping and farming system studies, meteorological and crop physiological studies and economic assessment of all the management Author: P.
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Using isotopic and nuclear techniques, constraints to water use efficiency were identified and appropriate land and irrigation management practices were put in place to enhance more crops per drop of water and improve soil water storage.
Adopting proven sustainable agricultural practices reduces water use per bushel. Research, innovation, and access to improved technologies, seeds, and improved irrigation techniques are essential to increasing the efficiency of water use. Agriculture needs to be part of. This will likely need to be achieved with less water, mainly because of growing pressures from urbanisation, industrialisation and climate change.
In this context, it will be important in future for farmers to receive the right signals to increase water use efficiency and improve agricultural water management, while preserving aquatic ecosystems.
$/m3 or less than 2 percent of what residents of Los Angeles pay for drinking water. Efficiency of agricultural water management in Spain has also been questioned due to large agricultural surpluses that are eventually subsidized by the Spanish government or the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
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California Governor Jerry Brown recently issued an executive order for mandatory water restrictions in order to deal with the state’s worst drought in history. The initiative mostly focuses on urban water use, with the goal of .(USAID) first global Water and Development Strategy.
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