Water Resources Assessment and Management in Drylands

Edited by
August 2016
324 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03842-247-1 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03842-248-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Water Resources Assessment and Management in Drylands that was published in

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saline water drip irrigation; salinity; moisture; spatiotemporal distribution; Geostatistics; environmental flow requirements; ecosystem services; Qira oasis; arid areas; Northwest China; groundwater-surface water interactions; remote sensing; land use scenarios; simulation model; catchment water balance; managed aquifer recharge; dune sediments; grain size distribution; hydraulic conductivity; porosity; empirical equations; managed aquifer recharge; diffusive evaporation; dune aquifers; extinction depth; shallow groundwater table; heat transport; liquid water and water vapor fluxes; Salix bush; HYDRUS-1D; semi-arid; water scarcity; climate change; water policies; hydro-economic modeling; economic and environmental benefits; winter irrigation; soil salinity; soil moisture content; soil temperature; north of Tarim Basin; SIMDualKc model; dual crop coefficient; eddy covariance; plastic mulch; groundwater recharge; precipitation intensity; climate change; sustainable groundwater management; soil permeability; land cover; Acacia aneura; Eucalyptus camaldulensis; remote sensing; hydraulic conductivity; spatial variability; arid land; remote sensing; Landsat 8 OLI; RapidEye; drylands; Jordan; water auditing; wadi aquifers; aquifer depletion; channel recharge; anthropogenic changes; fractured rock aquifer; dryland water resources; managed aquifer recharge; monitoring water resources development; irrigated agriculture; water policies; remote sensing of water resources