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Soil hydrology, land use and agriculture measurement and modelling by Manoj Shukla

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Published by CABI in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hydrologic models,
  • Hydrology,
  • Computer simulation,
  • Measurement,
  • Soil moisture,
  • Land use,
  • Environmental aspects

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Manoj K. Shukla
Classifications
LC ClassificationsS594 .S665 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25121159M
ISBN 109781845937973
LC Control Number2011003332

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  Agriculture is strongly affected by changes in soil hydrology as well as by changes in land use and management practices and the complex interactions between them. This book aims to expand our knowledge and understanding of these interactions on a watershed scale, using soil hydrology models, and to address the consequences of land use and management changes on agriculture 5/5(1). This book aims to expand our knowledge and understanding of these interactions on a watershed scale, using soil hydrology models, and to address the consequences of land use and management changes on agriculture from a research perspective. About The Book Agriculture is strongly affected by changes in soil hydrology as well as by changes in land use and management practices and the complex interactions between them. Soil hydrology, land use and agriculture: measurement and modelling. Description This book presents some of the complex interactions between soil hydrology and land use management changes on a watershed scale, and determines the influence of these changes on soil, water and solute dynamics within the vadose zone.

The book synthesizes information on several existing soil hydrological models, their capabilities, theories and input requirements, addresses the consequences of land use and management changes for agriculture agriculture Subject Category: Disciplines, Occupations and IndustriesCited by: 4. Soil hydrological behavior determines crop responses to water and nutrients provided by irrigation and fertilization. Soil hydrology also controls deep percolation fluxes of water and nutrients, as well as water and nutrient runoff. Thus, it impacts the quality of soil, surface and groundwater resources. Buy Soil Hydrology, Land Use and Agriculture: Measurement and Modelling by M. K. Shukla, Manoj K. Shukla (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low . Soil Hydrology, Land Use and Agriculture. Measurement and Modelling This page intentionally left blank Soil Hydrology, Land Use and Agriculture Measurement and Modelling Edited by Manoj K. Shukla New Mexico State University USA CABI is a trading name of CAB International CABI Head Office CABI North American Office Nosworthy Way Massachusetts Avenue Wallingford 7th Floor .

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