Water and solute balance budget in Yichang Irrigation System, Inner Mongolia.

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Year Published: 2005
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Author: Yue, W. F. ; Yang, J. Z. ; Gao, H. Y. ; Xu, J. X.
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Water diversion to large irrigation districts constitutes most of the water resources extracted from China's Yellow River. The Hetao irrigation district in Ningxia and Inner Mongolia takes 40% of the water from the Yellow River, and has many problems such as water over-consumption, low irrigation efficiency and soil salinity. The Yichang irrigation sub-district was used as an example to study the water and salt balance. Examination of water use and water balance data shows that soil salinity is a problem, and emphasises the importance of internal drainage and dry drainage.

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Journal: Transactions of the 19th International Congress on Irrigationand Drainage, Beijing, China, 2005. Vol 1A: Improving water and landmanagement for increasing efficiency in irrigated agriculture
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ISSN: 8185068933

internal drainage, irrigation systems, planning, rivers,soil salinity, solutes, water budget, water policy, water quality, waterresources, water transfer, water use, water use efficiency, China, NeiMenggu, Northern China, China, East Asia, Asia, Developing Countries,Inner Mongolia, Nei Mongol, water composition and quality, Soil WaterManagement (Irrigation and Drainage) (JJ800) (Revised June 2002)[formerly Soil Water Management], Water Resources (PP200), NaturalResource Economics (EE115) (New March 2000), Policy and Planning (EE120)

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