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Report B1.4: Water and salt trends and balances for the Mesopotamian plain
This report is part of a series analyzing water and salt flow through the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in the Mesopotamian plain. The series provide an insight in the layout and operation of the water and salt flow to allow ...
Salt Management: The Australian Experience
Salinity is the accumulation of soluble salts (predominantly NaCl) in soil and water, usually over an extended period of time. For most people the term has negative connotations, associated as it is with long-term land and ...
Managing Salinity in Iraq's Agriculture: Potential Solutions & Interventions
This report is the second in a series of three publications that comprises an overview of the Iraq Salinity Assessment. This report documents solutions and impacts identified in the first report in this series. The third ...
Report B4. Guidelines to a salinity management framework in Iraq
This document identifies the steps needed to develop a salinity management framework for the Mesopotamian plain in Iraq, without considering external influences on water quantity and quantity from outside the plain.