Irrigation and Drainage

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Edited By: Kristoph-Dietrich Kinzli, P. E. and Prof. Jiusheng Li

Online ISSN: 1531-0361

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  1. Nitrogen Utilization under Drip Irrigation with Sewage Effluent in the North China Plain

    Lijun Guo, Jiusheng Li, Yanfeng Li and Di Xu

    Version of Record online: 20 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ird.2123

  2. Poverty Profiles and Nutritional Outcomes of Using Spate Irrigation in Ethiopia

    Fitsum Hagos, Afework Mulugeta, Teklu Erkossa, Simon Langan, Nicole Lefore and Yenenesh Abebe

    Version of Record online: 16 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ird.2117

  3. The Implications of State Intervention for Self-Governed Irrigation Schemes: Insights From Tigray, Ethiopia

    N. Oates, A. Hisberg, J. Rodríguez Ros, H. Solomon, E. Ludi, S. Marlet and J.-Y. Jamin

    Version of Record online: 16 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ird.2121

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    Analysis of river flow regime changes related to water availability on the Kapuas river, Indonesia

    Henny Herawati, S. Suripin, S. Suharyanto and Tia Hetwisari

    Version of Record online: 15 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ird.2103

  5. Simulation of Irrigation Uniformity and Optimization of Irrigation Technical Parameters Based on the SIRMOD Model under Alternate Furrow Irrigation

    Di Wu, Jingyuan Xue, Xiaodong Bo, Weichao Meng, Youjie Wu and Taisheng Du

    Version of Record online: 15 FEB 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/ird.2118

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Best Paper Award 2016

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Congratulations to Ludivine Pradeleix, Philippe Roux, Sami Bouarfa, Bochra Jaouani, Zohra Lili-Chabaane and Veronique Bellon-Maurel who have been selected for the Best Paper Award 2016, for papers published in 2015. Environmental Impacts of Contrasted Groundwater Pumping Systems Assessed by Life Cycle Assessment Methodology: Contribution to the Water–Energy Nexus Study


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Impacts of man-Induced Changes in Land use and Climate Change on Living in Coastal and Deltaic Areas
by Bart Schultz

Sea level rise due to climate change is presented as one of our biggest problems. The reality is quite different and generally insufficiently taken into account in decision-making. 80–90% of the population growth takes place in urban areas that are located in coastal and deltaic regions. In the majority of these areas there is land subsidence with a much larger impact than sea level rise. Commonly, inadequate measures are taken to reduce the risk of flooding. Based on newly available data, trends and forecasts, the relevant aspects and their impacts are presented in this paper, together with a future outlook.

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These papers have been selected based on their innovative character, as well as on their importance for global food production and improvement of governance with respect to water management systems and flood protection provisions. They illustrate the spectrum and global spreading of topics that are dealt with in Irrigation and Drainage as one of the leading journals in the fields of water management and flood protection. The authors belong to the top experts in the sector and are well recognised by their colleagues.

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