Water management for salinity control of soil and groundwater in North China Plain.

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Year Published: 2005
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Author: Fang, S. ; Chen, X. L.
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In response to water resources shortages in the North China plain, various projects connected with the control of Haihe River have been carried out, including:- (i) flood drains, (ii) removal of excessive surface water and saline groundwater, (iii) use of rainwater for soil leaching and desalinization, (iv) developing supplementary irrigation and drainage (v) regulating groundwater depth, (vi) comprehensive control of drought, waterlogging, salinity and saline groundwater, and the (vii) control of secondary salinization. A large area of saline-alkaline land has been improved.

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Journal: Transactions of the 19th International Congress on Irrigationand Drainage, Beijing, China, 2005. Vol 1B: Water quality, salinitymanagement
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ISSN: 8185068941

alkaline soils, control, desalination, drainage, drought,floods, groundwater, groundwater level, irrigation, land improvement,leaching, plains, rain, rivers, saline soils, saline water, salinity,salinization, soil salinity, soil types, water management, waterlogging,China, Northern China, East Asia, Asia, Developing Countries, China,rainfall, salt water, water resource management, watering, WaterResources (PP200), Soil Fertility (JJ600), Soil Chemistry and Mineralogy(JJ200), Soil Water Management (Irrigation and Drainage) (JJ800)(Revised June 2002) [formerly Soil Water Management], Soil Physics(JJ300), Erosion; Soil and Water Conservation (PP400)

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