|Statement||by E. B. Vermeer.|
|LC Classifications||HD1741.C54 V47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 350 p. :|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||78324250|
Water conservancy and irrigation in China: social, economic and agrotechnical aspects. by Eduard B Vermeer. Format: Print Book Publication year: Held by WUR Library. Check Availability. Read Alternate Summary/Abstract. null. Close. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Program for water conservancy in Communist China, Washington, D.C.: The Agency, (OCoLC) Through synthesizing the historical development of agriculture and its relationship with policy and political regimes, this paper identifies four major issues that are challenging the sustainability transformation of China’s agricultural irrigation system and water conservancy projects: (1) problems with financial policy coordination between central and local governments; (2) the lack of incentives for farmers to construct and maintain irrigation infrastructure; (3) conflicts Cited by: 1. Agricultural water conservation in China: plastic mulch and traditional irrigation Mark Ingman,1,3 Mary V. Santelmann,1 and Bryan Tilt2 1Water Resources Graduate Program, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon USA 2Department of Anthropology, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon USA Abstract. Plastic mulch is commonly used with micro-irrigation in developed countries.
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