3 edition of Assessing the impact of irrigation management transfer found in the catalog.
Assessing the impact of irrigation management transfer
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Gopal Naik ... [et al.].|
|LC Classifications||HD1741.I32 M342 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||2002294242|
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PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Irrigation Water Management Water management is an important element of irrigated crop production. Efficient irrigation systems and water management practices can help maintain farm profitability in an era of limited, higher-cost water supplies. Efficient water management may also reduce the impact of irrigated. Any change in place, purpose, or timing of water use, such as a change from irrigation use to municipal or industrial use, can entail impacts on third parties. This type of transfer is most commonly associated with market-like exchanges. Change in system operations.
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. A series of guidelines are presented for irrigation management transfer (IMT). The book is divided into 4 sections. Phase 1: mobilization of support - preparation and adoption of a transfer policy. Phase 2: strategic planning - organizing a strategic change process. Phase 3: resolution of key policy issues - ensuring consistency between how the irrigation sector is financed and the .
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The book examines the impacts of irrigation management transfer (IMT) of 2 minor canals whose management had been transferred to water user associations (WUAs) sites compared with untransferred minor canals in Maharashtra state, India, to devise strict and cost effective methodologies for evaluating the impact of IMT.
The study was carried out in collaboration by Cited by: 1. Assessing the extent to which commonly cited objectives of irrigation management transfer, namely, increasing agricultural production, improving equity in water distribution, improving system sustainability and reducing financial burden, has been achieved, would help in examining the impact from the states’ by: Request PDF | Assessing the impact of rehabilitation and irrigation management transfer in minor irrigation projects in Orissa, India: A case study | This paper presents a case study on the impact.
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF REHABILITATION AND IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT TRANSFER IN MINOR IRRIGATION PROJECTS IN ORISSA, INDIA: A CASE STUDY. managing irrigation systems to private-sector entities (often a water users association) established for such a purpose is known as irrigation management transfer (IMT) and has been utilized as a tool for irrigation sector reform in more than 60 countries.
The introduction of the IMT process can be traced back to the mids. However, the. Assessing the Outcomes of IWMI's Research and Interventions on Irrigation Management Transfer Article (PDF Available) November with 49 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Downloadable. The purpose of this paper is to summarize IIMI/IWMI's past research and interventions related to irrigation management transfer and to document, to the extent possible, the academic, policy, and technical outcomes of these efforts.
The application of a range of direct and indirect measurement techniques suggests an overall positive contribution from IWMI to. Assessing the Outcomes of IWMI’s Research and Interventions on Irrigation Management Transfer Meredith A.
Giordano, Madar Samad and Regassa E. Namara International Water Management Institute P O BoxColombo, Sri Lanka. Best Management Practices (BMPs) for the use of irrigation water can help increase efficiency and uniformity and reduce contamination of water resources.
Because each farm is unique, producers must evaluate their systems to determine which BMPs are suitable for their operations. Irrigation management BMPs include irrigation scheduling. IWMI case study: Assessing the outcomes of IWMI’s research and interventions 20 on irrigation management transfer ICRAF case study: Fertilizer trees – their development, socioeconomic and 22 ecological impacts in southern Africa WorldFish case study: Impact of the development and dissemination of integrated Principles and Practices of Irrigation Management for Vegetables 2 Irrigation Water Quality Criteria Understanding irrigation water quality is critical for sustainability of vegetable production.
In some areas of Florida, water quality impacts crop productivity more than soil fertility, pest and weed control, variety, and other factors. Irrigation management aims at increasing food production, contributing to economic development and reducing poverty through improvements in performance, productivity and sustainability of irrigated agriculture and irrigation systems.
Irrigation Management We work towards a global initiative on irrigation modernization. Irrigation Management Transfer It appears your Web browser is not configured to display PDF files. Download adobe Acrobat or click here to download the PDF file.
In using crop insurance as a proxy for agricultural impact from weather and climate-driven causes of loss, this work showcases linkages between biophysical and socio-economic vulnerabilities in agricultural systems (Wallander et al., ), and highlights the usefulness of long-term historic trends for informing near-term operational management.
Irrigation is the artificial exploitation and distribution of water at project level aiming at application of water at field level to agricultural crops in dry areas or in periods of scarce rainfall to assure or improve crop production.
This article discusses organizational forms and means of management of irrigation water at project level. Download Irrigation Engineering By – Irrigation involves the artificial application of water to soil, usually for assisting the growth of crops in dry areas or where there is a shortage of the process of agriculture becomes increasingly mechanised, the application of scientific methods and technology to the procedure of irrigation comes as no surprise.
Six distributaries were recently transferred to farmers' organizations under the irrigation management transfer (IMT) for their operation and management. Results of the study revealed that the irrigation supplies are adequate to meet the crop water requirements.
The relative water supply (RWS) index varies from to during summer. Drought impact on crop yields represents the combined effects of reduced precipitation, increased temperature, increased solar radiation, decreased soil moisture, and human management in an event.
It is also related to the frequency of drought events when evaluating the long‐term impacts on food production in a specific place because the. The Irrigation Guide provides technical information and procedures that can be used for successful plan-ning, design, and management of irrigation systems.
It is a guide only and does not imply or set Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) policy. Irrigation systems should apply the amount of water. The paper reviews experiences of irrigation management transfer in smallholder irrigation systems in several African countries, and compares the observed outcomes with reported experiences in Asia and in commercial farming in Africa.
The authors conclude that instances of successful trans-fers, in the smallholder sector, are very few in Africa. International Research on Natural Resource Management Hermann Waibel 08/11/07 Irrigation and Drainage Performance Assessment Marinus G Bos 22/04/05 Irrigation and River Basin Management Mark Svendsen 18/02/05 Irrigation Management Martin Burton 25/03/Kloezen, Wim H.
& Garces-Restrepo, Carlos & Johnson, Sam H., III, "Impact assessment of irrigation management transfer in the Alto Rio Lerma Irrigation District, Mexico," IWMI Research ReportsInternational Water Management o Araral, "Bureaucratic incentives, path dependence, and foreign aid: An empirical institutional analysis of irrigation .Impacts of Irrigation Management Transfer: A Review of the Evidence Douglas L.
Vermillion Introduction. 2 Early efforts to transfer irrigation manage-ment from the government to farmer orga-nizations occurred in the USA, France, Co-lombia, and Taiwan from the s through the s.
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