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Runoff and Sediment Monitoring in an Agricultural Watershed in the Ethiopian Highlands
This master thesis was conducted in the Gumara-Maksegnit watershed, which covers an area of 54 km² and is located in the Lake Tana basin in the North West Amhara region, Ethiopia. This region is affected by severe land ...
Investigation of the impact of stone bunds on soil water content - A case study in the northern Ethiopian Highland
During rainy season (June to September) soil erosion by surface runoff is a major issue and a big challenge for soil conservation scenarios in the northern Ethiopian highland. For reduction of water erosion and thereby decrease ...
Проект Оценка экосистемных услуг для усовершенствования системы управления водными ресурсами в сельском хозяйстве РК
Presentation on Project Assessment of Ecosystem Services for Improving the System of Water Resources Management in Agriculture of Kazakhstan.
Farmers’ Perceptions of Water Policies: A Case Study from the Jordanian Badia
This report reviews a case study of farmers’ perceptions of policies and regulations to improve water security in the Jordanian Badia. The aim is to improve water management and conservation by engaging all stakeholders, ...
Valuation of Ecosystem Services for Improving Agricultural Water Management in Kazakhstan
Presentation on Valuation of Ecosystem Services for Improving Agricultural Water Management in Kazakhstan.
Assessment of Gully erosion by linking photogrammetric appraches and field measurements
Erosion processes thesis
Soil moisture prediction in an agricultural field of Gumara-Maksegnit watershed, North Gonder, Ethiopia
Master Thesis: The research question of this study is then ‘how much soil moisture is left in the soil during drying process or recession of the summer (wet) season whose rainfall distribution is uni-modal as well as ...
Природные ресурсы проектной территории
Environmental resources project area
Spatial and Temporal impacts of stone bunds on soil physical properties: a case study in the Northern Ethiopian Highlands
Central issue of rain fed agriculture systems in the Ethiopian highlands is to store rain water in the soil during the rainy season. The aim is to maximize plant available water and to reduce surface runoff and soil ...
Understanding Farmers’ Adaptation to Water Scarcity: A Case Study from the Western Nile Delta, Egypt
This research study analyzes how farmers adapt to water scarcity in the command area of a secondary canal in the Nile Delta of Egypt (al-Bayda Canal). The results of the study show that farmers use several methods to adapt ...