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Policies, Institutions and Economies of Water Resources and Management in the Karkheh River Basin of Iran
This research report addresses researchers, farmers, decision and policy makers and public and private organizations involved in land and water development in the Karkheh River Basin (KRB) of Iran.
Assessing the Impacts of Agricultural Water Management on Ecosystem Services in the Nile Delta
The objective of this study is to test and identify appropriate water and land management strategies that will increase water and land productivity, reduce the demand for chemical fertilizers, increase farmers’ income, and ...
Impact evaluation of SLM options to achieve land degradation neutrality in Tunisia: Junior officer monthly reports
This report details mainly the author's professional activities performed with the ICARDA Centre in Amman (Jordan) for the period 1 December 2016 – 30 July 2017, under the supervision of Dr. Quang Bao Le (Systems- and ...
Soil and water conservation effects of stone bunds at different scales – a case study from Gumara-Maksegnit watershed, Lake Tana Basin, Ethiopia
Various soil and water conservation (SWC) interventions across the Ethiopian farmlands are supposed to prevent ongoing land degradation and soil depletion related to rainfall driven soil erosion.
Implementing a holistic approach to watershed management
Introduction to the closing workshop on "Reducing land degradation and farmers’ vulnerability to climate change in the highland dry areas of north-western Ethiopia ". -> a succes story including scope for further reserach
Soil salinity prediction and mapping by machine learning regression in Central Mesopotamia, Iraq
Soil salinization affects crop production and food security. Mapping spatial distribution and severity of salinity is essential for agricultural management and development. This study was aimed to test the effectiveness ...
Economic Impact of International and National Lentil Improvement Research in Developing Countries
Lentils, one of humanity’s oldest food crops, originated in the Fertile Crescent of the Near East (Webb and Hawtin, 1981). As a food, lentils provide valuable protein and, unlike several other food legumes, few anti-nutritional ...
Desert land reclamation programs and family land dynamics in the Western Desert of the Nile Delta (Egypt), 1960–2010
The agricultural development on newly reclaimed lands has led to many national debates about food security and budget deficits, and the living conditions of the new settlers at the local level. This debate is still crucial ...
Impacts of changing climate and snow cover on the flow regime of Jhelum River, Western Himalayas
This study examines the change in climate variables and snow cover dynamics and their impact on the hydrological regime of the Jhelum River basin in Western Himalayas. This study utilized daily streamflow records from ...