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Surface irrigation return flows vary

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Kenneth K. Tanji , University of California
Muhammad M. Iqbal, University of California
Ann F. Quek, University of California
Ronald M. VanDe Pol, University of California
Linda P. Wagenet, University of California
Roger Fujii, University of California
Rudy J. Schnagl, University of California
Dave A. Prewitt, University of California

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California Agriculture 31(5):30-31.

Published May 01, 1977

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Much attention is being focused on irrigation return flows as a result of recent legislation on water quality and pollution control and the concern for water and energy conservation. State-wide, surface irrigation return flows are nearly nonexistent where water normally is scarce or expensive. This report describes the variations in flow and quality characteristics of surface drainage waters from two irrigation districts in Californias Central Valley, and the factors that contribute to such variations.

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This project staff acknowledges the overall guidance and support given by Co-Investigators J. W. Biggar, R. J. Miller and W. O. Pruitt of the same department and G. L. Horner of USDA-Economic Research Service. We also acknowledge the assistance of J. W. Goldinger, D. W. Wolfe, and J. A. Sellick for laboratory and field work. This investigation was made possible through the cooperation and support of Robert Clark and Richard Haapala of Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District and Ray Ram of Panoche Drainage District. This work was partly supported by EPA Grant No. R803603.

Surface irrigation return flows vary

Kenneth K. Tanji, Muhammad M. Iqbal, Ann F. Quek, Ronald M. VanDe Pol, Linda P. Wagenet, Roger Fujii, Rudy J. Schnagl, Dave A. Prewitt
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Surface irrigation return flows vary

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

Kenneth K. Tanji , University of California
Muhammad M. Iqbal, University of California
Ann F. Quek, University of California
Ronald M. VanDe Pol, University of California
Linda P. Wagenet, University of California
Roger Fujii, University of California
Rudy J. Schnagl, University of California
Dave A. Prewitt, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(5):30-31.

Published May 01, 1977

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Much attention is being focused on irrigation return flows as a result of recent legislation on water quality and pollution control and the concern for water and energy conservation. State-wide, surface irrigation return flows are nearly nonexistent where water normally is scarce or expensive. This report describes the variations in flow and quality characteristics of surface drainage waters from two irrigation districts in Californias Central Valley, and the factors that contribute to such variations.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

This project staff acknowledges the overall guidance and support given by Co-Investigators J. W. Biggar, R. J. Miller and W. O. Pruitt of the same department and G. L. Horner of USDA-Economic Research Service. We also acknowledge the assistance of J. W. Goldinger, D. W. Wolfe, and J. A. Sellick for laboratory and field work. This investigation was made possible through the cooperation and support of Robert Clark and Richard Haapala of Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District and Ray Ram of Panoche Drainage District. This work was partly supported by EPA Grant No. R803603.


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