Spatial and temporal distributions of salinity and boron in an irrigated field under shallow groundwater management.

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Year Published: 2005
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Author: Shouse, P. J. ; Goldberg, S. ; Soppe, R. W. O. ; Skaggs,T. H. ; Ayars, J. E.
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Spatial and temporal variations in salinity and boron content were measured in a field in the San Joaquin Valley of California that was managed according to a drainage reduction strategy based on shallow groundwater management. As has been found elsewhere in arid and semiarid irrigated areas, the measured soil boron content was directly related to salinity for all soil depths. This linear correlation also extended to the shallow groundwater. This attributed to their sharing of a common origin, namely the alluvium derived from sedimentary marine deposits of the coast range of mountains on the western side of the San Joaquin Valley. Boron was found to show greater time stability than salinity or leaching fraction. The areas with the highest boron time stability were the same areas showing the greatest salinity stability.

Pages: 417 - 420
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Journal: International salinity forum - managing saline soils andwater: science, technology and social issues. Oral PresentationAbstracts, Riverside Convention Center, Riverside, California, USA,25-28 April 2005
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alluvium, arid zones, boron, drainage water, irrigatedfarming, leaching, semiarid zones, soil salinity, spatial distribution,temporal variation, water management, California, USA, Pacific States ofUSA, Western States of USA, USA, North America, America, DevelopedCountries, OECD Countries, ground water, soil depths, alluvial deposits,alluvial materials, arid regions, United States of America, waterresource management, Soil Water Management (Irrigation and Drainage)(JJ800) (Revised June 2002) [formerly Soil Water Management], Pollutionand Degradation (PP600), Soil Fertility (JJ600), Water Resources (PP200)

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