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Management of Climate Induced Drought and Water Scarcity in Egypt : Unconventional Solutions (Paperback)
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The book contains suggestion on suitable crop rotations for salt-affected soils to maximize the productivity of lands and water under current climate and under climate change in 2030. This book discusses droughts and water scarcity, which are important issues related to natural phenomena and affected by climate variability and change. It calls for reassessing the prevailing crop structure in Egypt under rain fed irrigation in North Egypt and under surface irrigation in the Nile Delta and Valley.
Droughts affect rain fed agriculture, while water scarcity affects irrigated agriculture. The book investigates proposals for improving crop structure in these areas, taking into account the sustainability of water and soil resources. Further, it explores improved management options for crop production in both rain fed and irrigated agriculture. Lastly, it examines suggestions on more rational use of irrigation water in irrigated agriculture to conserve irrigation water under present climate conditions and to help meet the anticipated demand under climate change conditions.
Genre: Technology, Science
Sub-Genre: Agriculture / General, Environmental Science
Series Title: Springerbriefs in Environmental Science
Publisher: Springer Verlag
Author: Samiha A. H. Ouda & Abd El-hafeez Zohry & Tahany Noreldin & Mostafa Morsy & Tarek El-sayed
Street Date: May 23, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-19-9390