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Integrated Water Management: How to Deal with Household Water Needs Jeroen H. J. Ensink
Irrigation uses Agriculture – Field crops (e.g. cereals, sugar cane, cotton) – Gardens – Permanent vegetation – Livestock incl. chicken and water fowl – Fisheries – Aquatic plants Other – Home-based activities (brick making, potteries, weaving, dyeing etc.) – Small-scale industries (tile making, ice factory) – (eco) tourism – Religious – Domestic (Washing, bathing, cooking, drinking)
Water quality and water availability issues in Pakistan Large-scale irrigation system Use of canal water for domestic (laundry) and other productive (fisheries) purposes Groundwater saline Irrigation system only source of water for all purposes
Direct and indirect use of canal water
Water quality in 10 villages (Geometric mean number of E. coli / 100 ml, 3273 samples)
Eline Boelee and Ruth Meinzen-Dick (IFPRI) and Mary Renwick (Winrock International) Multiple Use of Irrigation Water.
Valuing the Multiple Uses of Irrigation Water Ruth Meinzen-Dick International Food Policy Research Institute Washington D.C., USA.
Uses of Water. Irrigation Water for agriculture or growing crops.
13A.2 – California’s Water Resources
WATER. Water Less than 3% of all water on earth is fresh water Only a small portion (0,3%) of this is accessible through rivers or dams Freshwater consumption.
Scarcity Two fundamental elements: –Limited/Finite resources –Unlimited and often competing wants/desires/needs The consequences –People must make choices.
Chapter 1 Earth: The Water Planet Check out pages as you create your title page on ISN #38. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mH9kYn4L8TI.
15.4 Human Influences on the Hydrologic Cycle Runoff and the infiltration rate are greatly influenced by human activity. A major concern in many urban.
WATER SAVING. Recycled Water Recycled water is a good alternative because you can reused again and again. It can be used in household and businesses.
AIM: To describe ways in which people use water and relate how water affects ecosystems. Do Now: Describe how your life would be different if we did not.
Water in the UK – rights and responsibilities Claire Ashton.
By: Andres Felipe Otero Botero To: T. Carmen Elisa Castillo
USES OF WATER Introduction In Stream Water Use Out Stream Water Use Water statistics.
Best Management Practices for integration of water and fisheries resources in lowland ecosystems Kevin Fitzsimmons, Ph.D. Professor, University of Arizona.
By: Erin and Heidi Hohokam Lived around 200A.D.-1400A.D.
Productive sectors Agriculture, livestock, fisheries and commercial forestry Trade and Industry Tourism.
Surface Water and Groundwater Fusion Text: Pages
Southwest Indians and Water Wyatt Hoefer American Southwest A hot, dry desert Little rain even today.
Groundwater game. Basic rules experiment No communication. If you have a question raise your hand. Decisions are private.
Workpackage 1 Subtask Adapting water quality to agricultural reuse type Partners:IRSA-CNR, Fiordelisi s.r.l. Demo site:Capitanata (Italy) FP7 Collaborative.
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