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From:Soil Research (Vol. 51, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedModelling soil water movement has increased the demand for accurate measurements of soil physical and hydraulic properties. Data on saturated hydraulic conductivity (K), which was measured by using different hydraulic...
From:Government Computer News (Vol. 13, Issue 10)The USDA's Bureau of Reclamation's Agricultural-Meteorological (AgriMet) Telemetry Weather network monitors water conditions of Western states with the objective of reducing water consumption. The network provides...
From:The Ecologist (Vol. 28, Issue 3) Peer-ReviewedModern irrigation schemes in tropical areas are, almost without exception, social, ecological and economic disasters. They necessarily lead to the flooding of vast areas of forest and agricultural land, the displacement...
From:Science and Children (Vol. 57, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedIt is a hot June day in Passaic, New Jersey, and a small group of preschool children are gathered around their teacher. She presents her students with a problem: "The faucet in our greenhouse is broken, but we need to...
From:Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (Vol. 56, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedEric C. Schuck is assistant professor in the Department of agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University. Gareth P. Green is assistant professor in the Department of Economics and Finance, Seattle...
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