1 edition of Selected irrigation return flow quality abstracts, 1978 found in the catalog.
Selected irrigation return flow quality abstracts, 1978
by Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, available from National Technical Information Service in Ada, Okla, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Gaylord V. Skogerboe ... [et al.] ; project officer Alvin L. Wood.|
|Series||Environmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-80-066|
|Contributions||Skogerboe, Gaylord V.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 349 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||349|
Irrigation. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Water in agriculture; Narrower terms: Irrigation -- California; Irrigation -- Colorado; Irrigat. [Show full abstract] of %, that the amount of water distributed in the irrigation facilities was times more than the total amount required by the plants themselves, a production value per.
But now that we have come to recognize the great earth itself as a story-book, as a keeper of records buried one beneath the other, confused and half obliterated, yet not wholly beyond our comprehension, now the historian may fairly be allowed to speak of a far earlier day. in Irrigation water ; Selected Irrigation Return Flow Quality. An Influent Control Approach to Quality Management. Proceedings on National Conference on Irrigation Return Flow Quality Management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. May , pp. Skogerboe, G.V. and J.P. Law, Jr. Research Needs for Irrigation Return Flow Quality Control. /Author: Gaylord V. Skogerboe, Wynn R. Walker, Robert G. Evans.
Abstract. This chapter presents a model for optimal scheduling of irrigation with soil salinity parameters explicitly considered. Irrigation scheduling constitutes an essential component of proper irrigation management, particularly under conditions of scarcity of irrigation water and when excessive irrigation and runoff cause ‘external damages,’ as, for example, in the Colorado River Cited by: A major conservation practice in the Upper Snake-Rock (USR) watershed is the conversion from furrow irrigation to sprinkler irrigation. We compared the effect of irrigation system type on water quality and quantity at the watershed scale. Six small watersheds ( ha) were identified with 5 to 70% of the cropland sprinkler irrigated and the remaining fields surface or furrow by: 2.
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PREFACE 1978 book eighth annual issue of SELECTED IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW QUALITY ABSTRACTS has been compiled from approximately sources of material covering calendar year This compila- tion has attempted to include technological and institutional articles that would be pertinent to action programs regarding the control of water quality degradation resulting from irrigated agriculture.
Selected irrigation return flow quality abstracts, eighth annual issue. [Gaylord V Skogerboe; Wynn R Walker; United States. Environmental Protection Agency. The first annual issue of SELECTED IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW QUALITY ABSTRACTS listed publica- tions appearing in calendar years andwhile the second annual issue listed publications appearing in calendar years andand the third annual issue contained abstracts of articles and reports published during calendar years and Selected irrigation return flow quality abstracts, sixth annual issue.
[Gaylord V Skogerboe; Stephen W Smith; Wynn R Walker; Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory.; Colorado State University.]. Recycling irrigation return flow is a water-saving measure that helps to deal with water scarcity for irrigation.
The study aims to estimate the reuse potential of irrigation return flow. Selected Abstract Journals on Irrigation and Drainage, Selected Abstract Journals on Water Resources Management.
Other journals and services that were considered but were not included in the selection can be found in the Annex. My selection was confined to publications in the major Languages of English, French, and German.
Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats. The water quality analysis of collected samples argued that the return flow can be reused for irrigation. The reuse framework developed in this study can be applicable for broader water management.
IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE AND WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT AOGNCY DALLAS. TEXAS UHIW Selected Irrigation Return Flow Quality Literature Abstracts BY: G. Skogerboe, et al., Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO NTIS-PB from RSKERL For additional information contact: Dr James P Law Jr, Chief.
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Inandfour study sites with in a 50,acre irrigated area were monitored to characterize the quantity and quality of irrigation water and surface return flow. Importance of irrigation return flow on the groundwater budget of a rural basin in India 65 be written as: RF - CxPG where C is the return coefficient (0 return coefficient is different from paddy fields to other crops, the global return coefficient C is weighted by the repartition of crops.
In the granite areas of Andhra. Bureau of Reclamation. Prediction of mineral quality of irrigation return flow, Volume III, Simulation model of conjunctive use and water quality for a river system or basin. User's Manual, EPA/c, Robert S, Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U,S.
Environmental Protection Agency, Ada Author: Wynn R. Walker. In irrigated agricultural systems, the most relevant water outflow 65 from agricultural land is irrigation return flow (IRF) which is the water leaving irrigated 66 land as surface or sub-surface.
requirements. The basic components of an Irrigation System Assessment covered in this chapter are: Preparation of an Irrigation Farm Plan – Worksheets 1(a) and 1(b) Irrigation System Audit – Worksheet 2(a) and 2(b) Total Irrigated Area and Irrigation System Peak Flow Rate Check – Worksheets 3(a), 3(b), 4(a) and 4(b).
Get this from a library. Selected irrigation return flow quality abstracts, seventh annual issue. [Gaylord V Skogerboe; Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory.; Colorado State University.;]. This paper presents the conceptualisation and model development of an irrigation return flow model, called “Tiddalik”, for the prediction of drainage return flow volumes and salt loads to streams and river systems.
Conceptualisation of the major drivers of return flows are presented along with the interaction of land use management. stream from Manzanola was irrigation-return flow. A similar situation prob ably existed during periods of little precipitation in the early and late irrigation seasons during to Irrigation-return flows had a large effect on the quality of water in the Arkansas River during these by: 8.
EPA/ August WESTERN WATER LAWS AND IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW by George E. Radosevich Resources Administration and Development, Inc. Fort Collins, Colorado R Project Officer James P. Law, Jr. Source Management Branch Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Ada, Oklahoma ROBERT S.
KERR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH. impacts water bodies receiving irrigation return flow. Berg and Carter () measured soil loss from fields in southern Idaho during two irrigation seasons ( and ) and found that 20 to 70% of the.
irrigation inflow ran off the fields and annual soil loss varied from to Mg ha. Garton, J.E. Designing an automatic cut-back furrow irrigation system. Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin B, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Gharbi, A. Effect of flow fluctuations on free-draining and sloping furrow and border irrigation systems. MS Thesis, Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering.EPA/ July IDENTIFICATION AND INITIAL EVALUATION OF IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW MODELS by Wynn R. Walker Irrigation Hydrology Company P.O.
Box Fort Collins, Colorado Grant No. R Project Officer Arthur G. Hornsby Source Management Branch Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Ada, Oklahoma ROBERT S. KERR .This paper presents our research on the issue of water rights to return flow from irrigation of urban landscapes.
Municipalities in Colorado's Front Range, with rights to transmountain water and other “use to extinction” water rights, have begun to examine lawn irrigation as a .