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Spatial Variability of Selected Soil Attributes under Agricultural Land Use System in a Mountainous Watershed, Ethiopia
In the Ethiopian Highlands, research projects were often measuring soil attributes of spatially structured point data but soil variability at a watershed scale is not clearly defined. This study was conducted to assess ...
Valuation of Ecosystem Services for Improving Agricultural Water Management in Kazakhstan project: Outcomes and Visibility
Presentation on project outcomes and visibility.
Evaluating the Productivity Potential of Chickpea, Lentil, and Faba bean under Saline Water Irrigation Systems.
The information on salinity threshold levels for food legumes when irrigating with saline water is limited and old. In a multiyear study at two sites in the Euphrates Basin, we aimed at (i) evaluating the potential of ...
Rationale for estimating costs of ecosystem services in water resources use for irrigation in the Arys basin - Turkestan Canal (In Russian)
MSc Thesis titled Rationale for estimating costs of ecosystem services in water resources use for irrigation in the Arys basin - Turkestan Canal.
Monitoring surface run-off and soil erosion processes
Within the ‘Unlocking the potential of rainfed agriculture in Ethiopia for improved rural livelihoods’ (UNPRA) project, the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria (BOKU) research focuses ...
Report of Gender Expert on Focus Group meetings on women’s role in use and management of water resources in Turkistan region (Second mission)
The mission report is made based on results of the missions which took place on 25-26 March 2015. It covered three villages: Karachik, Bugun and Staryi Ikan situated in Turkestan region. In second mission, conducted three ...
Simulation of Surface Runoff and Soil Erosion of a Watershed in Northern Ethiopia - Application and Verification of the SWAT Model for two small Agricultural Watersheds in the Gumara-Maksegnit Watershed
Land degradation is a major issue in the Ethiopian Highlands. Deforestation leads to ongoing soil erosion during the rainy season and thus the hydrology of a watershed changes as high erosion rates and dense gully networks ...
Analysis of the roles of men and women in water use and management in low Syr Basin and opportunities for empowering them and promote more rational water uses
Presentation on the Analysis of the roles of men and women in water use and management in low Syr Basin and opportunities for empowering them and promote more rational water uses
Agricultural water management and ecosystem services in the Aral-Syrdarya watershed, Kazakhstan - Searching for novel ways to share water and improve ecosystem services in Kazakhstan
Nestled between the Syr Darya River and the Karatau mountain range, idyllic Turkestan region in South Kazakhstan Province is situated 250 km downstream from the Chardara reservoir. Agricultural land in this region is ...