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Salinisation of Land and Water Resources
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Salinisation of land and water is an increasing problem in many areas of the world, particularly in arid and semi-arid regions where irrigation is a contributory factor. This book assesses the extent, human causes and management of salinisation.
The first part of the book provides an extended review of general issues, including a history of secondary salinisation, followed by a discussion of. Salinization of land and water is an increasing problem in many areas of the world, particularly in arid and semi-arid regions where irrigation is a contributory factor.
This book assesses the extent, human causes and management of salinisation. The first part of the book provides an extended review of general issues, including a history of Cited by: The global and regional extent of the salinization of land and water resources is reviewed.
A brief history of human-induced or secondary salinization is provided, followed by a description of the world's population, water and land resources, climate and the extent of human-induced land degradation.
Salinization aspects of crop production and irrigation are briefly by: (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Salinization of land and water is an increasing problem in many areas of the world, particularly in arid and semi-arid regions where irrigation is a contributory factor. This book assesses the extent, human causes and management of salinization.
Salinisation of water resources 38 Extent of land salinisation 40 Previous estimates 40 Current estimate 41 Extent of water resources salinisation 43 Environmental damage 45 Economic and social damage 46 Section D: Management of Salinity — Engineering Options Management of salinity problems 49 Engineering options 49 Drainage 49 Conjunctive File Size: KB.
Salinisation of land and water is an increasing problem in many areas of the world, particularly in arid and semi-arid regions where irrigation is a contributory factor. This book assesses the extent, human causes and management of salinisation. The first part of the book provides an extended review of general issues, including a history of Author: Fereidoun Ghassemi, Anthony J.
Jakeman. This book is organized in two parts. The first part provides a brief history of secondary salinization, followed by a description of the world's population, water and land resources, climate, and the extent of human-induced land degradation. Also included is a brief description of crop water requirements, irrigation methods, and processes of land and water resources salinization and their Cited by: Salinisation refers to increasing salt content within soils.
Natural processes cause soil salt content fluctuations, a phenomenon known as 'primary salinity'; Concern is centered around 'secondary salinity', an anthropogenic exacerbation of natural soil salinity levels.
Salinisation of land and water resources. Human causes, extent, management and case studies  Ghassemi, F. Jakeman, A.J. Nix, by: Get this from a library. Salinisation of land and water resources: human causes, extent, management, and case studies.
[F Ghassemi; A J Jakeman; H A Nix; Australian National University. Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies.]. Request PDF | Salinisation | Salinization of land and water resources is a major environmental and economic problem facing many parts of the world.
One of the essential | Find, read and cite. Decreased biodiversity, changes in the natural character of aquatic ecosystems, and lower productivity are frequent ecological effects.
In some dryland countries, salinisation is viewed as the single most important threat to water resources. However, the extent and importance of salinisation as a global threat has been greatly by: Soil salinisation is a widespread soil degradation process, exacerbated by a mismatch between water demands for irrigation in food production and the amount of quality (non-saline) water.
Different land, crop and/or water management approaches (e.g. conservation tillage, crop selection/rotation, groundwater level control) have been used to Cited by: Home; All editions; Salinisation of land and water resources: human causes, extent, management, and case studies / F.
Ghassemi, A.J. Jakeman, H.A. Nix Ghassemi, F. excellent account of salinization around theworld is given in the book “Salinisation of Land and Water Resources” by F. Ghassemi, A.J. Jakeman and H.A. Nix (). Climatic groupings are a useful indicator of the nature andpotential for salinization (Ghassemi et al., ), butfunctionally it is useful to consider dryland orirrigated salinity.
Soil salinity is the salt content in the soil; the process of increasing the salt content is known as salinization. Salts occur naturally within soils and water. Salination can be caused by natural processes such as mineral weathering or by the gradual withdrawal of an ocean.
It can also come about through artificial processes such as irrigation and road salt. The State of Land and Water Resources (SOLAW) is FAO's first flagship publication onthe global status of land and water resources.
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Salinization of land and water resources: Human causes, extent, management and case studies. Sydney: Univ. of New South Wales Press Ltd. E-mail Citation» Ghassemi, et al. is a book that reviews the global and regional extent of salinization of land and water resources.
The authors describe salinity problems in thirteen selected countries. Download Citation | Salinisation: A major threat to water resources in the arid and semi-arid regions of the world | Semi-arid and arid regions (i.e.
drylands with annual mean rainfall between 25 Author: W. Williams. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Fereidoun Ghassemi books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.
Salinisation of Land and Water Resources. Fereidoun Ghassemi. 02 Mar Hardback. US$ US$ Save US$salinity problem, and these discharge ultimately to land disposal sites or to a river.
However, the drainage systems have not been entirely able to overcome the irrigation salinity problem and areas affected by water-logging and salinisation are continuing to increase. Urban salinity Urban salinity is a combination of dryland and irrigation File Size: 1MB.Land and water salinisation.
Land and water salinisation. Shallow, saline groundwater has the potential to continue to drive land degradation in the wheatbelt region despite falling water tables in some areas due to widespread, below average rainfall over recent decades. The salinity risk in the valley floors is particularly high and only 8% of.